The Weirdest Good Day Ever

Wednesday was the most oddly memorable day I’ve had in a while. I was happy, a bit disheartened, relaxed, nervous, reminiscent and optimistic. Plus, there were cups set on fire. Although it may look like I caught Andre the Giant‘s chicken pox or decided to re-create the bubonic plague, my back actually feels better. I

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A Not-So Manly Confession

On Monday morning, I had a Mary Kay consultation. It feels better to get that out in the open. It wasn’t exactly something I had planned, but I’m not complaining that I was temporarily pampered and permanently interested by the business model of one of the world’s largest cosmetics companies. Brianna and I went on

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My Meeting at HubSpot’s Locker…

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a love letter to HubSpot, a marketing software company based in Cambridge. I’ve been admiring their marketing advice and company personality for a few years now. In typical 12-year old fashion, I asked people to “pass” my note to HubSpot to let them know how I felt. Luckily,

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A Love Letter to HubSpot… Pass it On!

Psst! Could you pass this note up to the HubSpotter sitting in the front row? I promise you won’t get in trouble. I have to admit a crush I have… @replying @HubSpot on Twitter with a link to this post is one way to pass it on. You could also put the link on the

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Winter Meetings Experiences

Every year in the first full week of December, Major League (and Minor League) Baseball holds its Winter Meetings. They’re usually in a warmer climate, though that’s not always the case. They are always interesting though, no matter what your goal is as an attendant. If you’re the paparazzi or just a star-gazer, you’ll get

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On Missing Doc

If there was one BU event I would do anything in my power to be at, it was the contest between Comm. Ave rivals that featured Jerry York’s first chance at tying the all-time wins mark tonight. Although that milestone would have been pretty impressive, it didn’t have anything to do with why I wanted

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It Feels So Weird to be Dry.

Yes, that’s a direct quote of Seth MacFarlane impersonating Ryan Lochte on Saturday Night Live a few weeks back. Luckily my family can say that after this weekend. This post isn’t meant to be a sob story for me to win over your sympathy because of my past issues. I’d prefer you give it to

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One of the Most Important Lessons I Learned Came from One of my Interns

Interns are the lifeblood of many organizations, especially minor league sports teams, startups and small businesses. I had a bunch of internships before, during and after school, and loved all but one of them. The attitude and effort of the people I worked with were just as important to my development as my own quality

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Nunie’s Pumped

In a Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon kind of way, the Worcester Tornadoes have something to celebrate. For the first time in 45 seasons, a Major League Baseball player has won the Triple Crown. Miguel Cabrera led the American League in batting average, home runs, and runs batted in this past baseball season. Miguel never

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Nick Gagalis: Digital Hoarder, the Sequel (with More Explosions)

So maybe I’m not Michael Bay. I don’t have an even more sexed-up Megan Fox to offer you, but I have something the Transformers director does not: a legitimate sequel to my work that continues the storyline without sacrificing anything (or using unnecessary slow motion with boobs and stuff blowing up in the background). In

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