Author Archives: awnyer

Tissue Paper Bouquet is the NEW Toilet Paper Dress!

As the maid of honour for my bestie I wanted to do something different than all the “standard” games for her bridal shower. Though we still did the “guess what’s in her purse” and the very popular clothespin games, I … Continue reading

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Detox Day One = All-Time High, Why Did I Wait so Long to Start?

After a terrible start to the new year health-wise, along with having recently seen two health-minded docudramas titled Hungry for Change and Vegucated that are both on Netflix (I HIGHLY recommend them), I decided to try a life with juicing … Continue reading

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From Gamer to Industry Pro, One Man’s Unexpected Journey Into Gaming PR

A profile piece written for my PR program on a fellow PR practitioner. ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ When deciding on your career, though you may have a particular goal in mind it doesn’t necessarily mean that’s where … Continue reading

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Video Games and Society’s Hesitant Embrace

A feature I wrote for GamingExcellence.com, it even scored 130-degrees on the very popular N4G website! ~ * ~ Video games and their consoles have progressed considerably since they first appeared as main-stream games in the 70s. Today, they’ve become … Continue reading

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The Growth of Video Game Music

Another post I wrote for my PR program’s ACPR Tunes blog. ~ * ~ Music is always evolving with the times and video games are a great example of it. Over the years game developers have worked to produce compositions … Continue reading

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Dance Clubs are “MADD” About Music

Written for school on a class blog titled ACPR Tunes. ~ * ~ Today’s society teaches everyone to multi-task while continuously changing their focus of attention, and music is no exception. Thanks also in part to the plethora of available … Continue reading

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Photoshopping the World’s Perception of Beauty

Yet another feature I wrote during my time in my PR program. ~ * ~  Photoshop is a program used to tweak and edit pictures of any sort in any way you can imagine.  Whether it be to change the … Continue reading

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