It's All About...

...ME! {really, it is!}

I hail from northern New Jersey and have lived most of my life on the east coast. I graduated from Penn State University in three-and-a-half years with B.A.'s in Economics and Advertising. I have work experience in marketing and consulting, having lived and worked in the New York metro area, Atlanta, and Washington, DC. After getting married in the summer of 2013, my husband and I moved to Austin, TX so that I could pursue my MBA at McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. I am studying brand and product management in school and pursuing full-time marketing opportunities nationwide.

When I'm not studying you can find me on my devices {blogging, pinning, instagramming... you get the idea!}, in the kitchen {cooking!}, at the intramural fields {quarterbacking for the MBA coed flag football team!}, in my closet {picking out my next ensemble}, or painting my nails some crazy colors and designs. I also thoroughly enjoy painting {with acrylics} and crafting!

I have...
  • Creative spark and flair
  • Restlessness that drives me to succeed
  • Strong sense of integrity
  • Leadership experience both formal and informal
  • Professionalism


So you may have guessed it, I was in fact wearing patent leather shoes when I created this blog back in July 2007. But the history behind my love and passion for shoes, that's something else...

On an interview I was once asked, "what's something that you're passionate about?" This question stuck with me for a while after, and the more I thought about it, the more often shoes kept running through my mind. And then a thought came to me... shoes are for women, what ties are for men. Afterall, men have power ties... I think women have power shoes. I'm sure if you really think about it, you have that go-to "red power tie" shoe in your closet; the one you can put on that instantly makes you feel powerful and invincible.

A shoe says a lot about a person. Take a women's shoe salon; you have heels, flats, boots, sandals, mules, sling-backs, peep-toes... the list goes on. The varieties and options are endless; shoes make or break an ensemble.

I love shoes and I'm here to share that passion with you (along with lots of other random thoughts that run through my mind!) Any comments or suggestions you want to make are encouraged! Please don't hesitate to reach out, you can always find me through Google Plus in my profile.

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