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I couldn't agree more. One of my things is "nothing goes left unsaid." Open communication has really helped me grow, get things done and remain happy at the roller coaster that is a start-up.
Toggle Commented Dec 16, 2010 on Stop Avoiding Conflict at Seeing Both Sides
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I like that you brought up the idea of HR being a department of interest in social media in organizations. Very forward thinking! I think we're already seeing a strong shift in the idea that social media is just for the marketing department, with much more buy-in from customer service, sales and support teams. I see this change being reflected in the the integrations on some of the CRM type tools we have on oneforty. However, people rarely bring HR into that conversation. I'd be interested to see a CoTweet LinkedIn integration or some type of development that serves that department in the future. Look forward to reading the report. :) -Janet Aronica Community Manager,
Toggle Commented Nov 15, 2010 on Social Media Strategists Grow Up at Logic+Emotion
Ahh! Tipping the bartender = most important ;)
I work in social media marketing at a startup. We like to go to conferences and talk about things like the ROI of a Tweet. I also go to startupish events because I like hanging out with passionate young minds like myself. This stuff is fun! However, the booze-filled nights of mingling at bars then *sitting* idly at a convention center isn't necessarily the best for your waistline. Here are things I try to do. BYOB - Bring Your Own Breakfast. A lot of times conferences serve breakfast, but it's probably catered breakfasts of pastries and muffins. All of these... Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2010 at Social Health Nut
Recently while cruising through the aisles of Stop n' Shop, I made an impulse purchase of the fat free Jello chocolate puddling. I thought, "Awesome! I can get my chocolate fix, only 100 calories at a time." Over the course of about a week, I had about one pudding cup a day. Each time I told myself it was only 100 calories, so it didn't really matter. But at the end of the 6-cup pack, I'd had about 600 calories in "dessert." Let's be serious. If you're gonna have dessert, don't half-ass it. For 600 calories, I could've had... A... Continue reading
Posted Sep 13, 2010 at Social Health Nut
I'm an organization SPAZcase and this blog post is exactly what I needed. I LOVE Things for Mac! I'm really loving how it shows this little pop-up at the bottom of my computer showing me how many things I have left to do. Thank you so much for writing this.
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I haven't posted in forever! I'm sorry I've neglected you. Having settled in to my new job as the Community Manager for a startup oneforty, (we're the Twitter app store don'tcha know) I'm ready to get back to making sweet blog love to Social Health Nut on the regular. Instead of sharing another video or posting some random study I've read lately I thought I'd share a personal story of weight/fitness and see what you think. I never usually pay attention to what I weigh. I typically have a general idea, but as a former gymnast and swimmer I tend... Continue reading
Posted Jul 23, 2010 at Social Health Nut
Domino's Scientists Test Limits Of What Humans Will Eat Continue reading
Posted Jun 11, 2010 at Social Health Nut
I saw this Threadless t-shirt on The Chicktionary, a great blog written by that fierce Asian chick Lena Chen who used to write the Sex and the Ivy blog. I love her and I love everything about this t-shirt. Can I haz? Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2010 at Social Health Nut
We're missing out on our mid-day break! Today, an article in the LA Times highlighted the results of a Career Builder survey with 44% of respondents saying they gained weight at their current jobs. Stress was noted as a contributing factor. The article also pointed out that only 9% of employees use their lunch hours to exercise. Now rounding out my first year as a full-time desk jockey, a child of the public relations school of workaholism, I'm just impressed when people actually take lunch breaks. The concept of taking a mid-day break to exercise is that much more foreign.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 8, 2010 at Social Health Nut
I love this design!! I also love old school circus advertisements and posters...which sort of remind me of the Hatch Show prints. So if you know of any wine labels that look like this: ....send those recs my way! :)
I mean, seriously. How can you not have a crush on her? She's fit and healthy. And um, she's not on a baby food diet thankyouverymuch. Anyway, I just think she looks so athletic and amazing in this new ad for Smart Water. This = motivation haha. Oh and PS Brad, you are an idiot. Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2010 at Social Health Nut
I saw a great piece on Mashable yesterday that begs the question: How many calories do you burn while using Twitter? Want to find out? Check out a fun Twitter application called TweetCalories, which shows how many calories you burned over the last 24 hours by Tweeting. I didn't Tweet too much over the weekend, so I only scorched a measly 2.06 calories. I think you burn more calories sneezing. I might Google that. Furthermore, this isn't actually meant to be a top-notch weight-loss tool, but rather, it's a marketing trick for a fitness center in Brazil. I happen to... Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2010 at Social Health Nut
A friend of mine recently made me aware of a new diet her friends were trying: The Chia Seed Diet. As in...Chia Pets? Huh?At first blush, I thought this was some ridiculous diet hoax championed by Skinny Bitch crazies who Bible-thump "portion control methods" like...laxatives. And also at first, I thought this meant to literally eat the Chia Pet plant. (Talk about laxatives. Yikes.) But no. There is some actual science and legitimacy to this trend. The Chia seeds are sold in a specific variety called Salvia hispanica. According to, "this type of chia reportedly packs more alpha-linoleic acid,... Continue reading
Posted May 13, 2010 at Social Health Nut
Happy Tuesday! A new Glee episode is on tonight. In oh-so-Social Health Nut fashion, they re-did Olivia Newton John's "Let's Get Physical" last week. If you aren't already watching Glee, here is a snippet of the awesomeness you are missing. Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2010 at Social Health Nut
Dwight does a guerrilla-style takeover of spin class. Enjoy. You're welcome. Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2010 at Social Health Nut
I want to get this poster for my bedroom!
Toggle Commented May 3, 2010 on Strong Is Beautiful at Social Health Nut
I saw this picture for the first time yesterday and I thought it was pretty damn awesome. photo: Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2010 at Social Health Nut
Short post - just had to make you aware of something cool I just discovered. I'm a little embarrassed about the "just discovered" component because I've been a Comcast customer for nearly a year now...I'm clearly slacking on my TV watching. Anyway, if you go to the On Demand menu, go to Exercise TV and at your finger tips is a wide array of workout choices. They even include some of Jillian Michaels' workouts. I'm going to give the Yoga Meltdown thing a go in a couple of minutes here...because like I've said before, I'm hell-bent on getting into that... Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2010 at Social Health Nut
Thanks so much for reading, Dee Dee! I also had to do yoga at school because we had to have gym credits so I took yoga for a semester. I still didn't like it! I'll check out Mandy Ingber though. I recently discovered that you can get workouts On Demand through Comcast so I am going to also try those. It'll be fun!
Toggle Commented Apr 20, 2010 on Fitness Challenge: Yoga at Social Health Nut
There’s a stigma behind frozen dinners. I mean, seriously. Envision what accompanies the two Lean Cuisines in the shopping cart. It’s most certainly kitty litter, a box of generic-brand tampons…maybe a self-help book or a chick flick that was on the clearance rack. Party on, Lonely. And because life likes to kick you when you’re down, the situation gets worse. Many frozen dinners are loaded with calories and salt. So you’re eating dinner for one, but you’re bloated for two. Life sucks. A little while back, CBS News did a special about the best frozen foods based on taste and... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2010 at Social Health Nut
You grab a stack of chocolate chip cookies on your way out of the office potluck party. You also grab a quick photo of your snack with your iPhone. If you were using PhotoCalorie, the free iPhone application could generate some feedback, letting you know how each cookie had roughly 100 calories - so your snack ran you around 400 calories in total. (Bummer! I guess it might be a salad for dinner.) PhotoCalorie would also log your snack in a food journal, helping you track your meals day by day. I'm sold! When they get the iPhone on Verizon,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2010 at Social Health Nut
This is a short post. I can't remember which restaurant I used to push this wine at, but I remember that it was usually a successful sale because I think people could always sense my genuine enthusiasm in my review. I'm still a wine newb, but in my opinion this is a "bigger" wine with a full-bodied taste and an almost smoky smell. It's still smooth though. A couple of the reviews say there are "dried cherry" flavors with a "vanilla" finish. That about sums it up! The Show was $13.99 at the sketchy convenience store around the block. I'd... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2010 at Social Health Nut
This could so be me at the BC Reservoir. From reading this blog, you may think that I have all the right healthy habits and that I never have trouble getting motivated to work out. But trust me, I'm a fitness fail whale from time to time just like the other kids. My fitness fail is pushing myself too hard and not getting enough rest when I'm injured. Why is this a problem? It prevents me from reaching my potential. A few months back, I had gotten really excited about running and wanted to train for another 1/2 marathon. I... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2010 at Social Health Nut
I had an absolutely lovely weekend at home in Buffalo, NY with my cute-as-a-button parents, Jane and Bob. My mom has sent exactly one email in her life, and my dad will occasionally get into Facebook and add a friend on LinkedIn - but other than that, the blogging gene is completely all my own. But next time I come home and show you two the past three months worth of Social Health Nut, we can read this part together and hug it out. Our idea of family bonding? Working out...being active. We all went to the BAC together, which... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2010 at Social Health Nut