November 16, 2018

Fun Fact Friday: Font’s Matter

As Abbie and I were driving to a client meeting one day, there was one thing we really wanted to focus on… “What are we going […]
November 2, 2018
voting

#FunFactFriday – Voting

Tuesday, Nov. 6, will be my first time voting in-person on Election Day! Throughout college, I would send in an absentee ballot, but now I am […]
October 5, 2018
Halloween

#FunFactFriday – Halloween

What’s the first thing you think of when you see October on the calendar? Halloween, of course, one of my favorite holidays. October is also the […]
September 7, 2018
call letters

#FunFactFriday – What do Arizona’s broadcast media call letters mean?

The HMA team has been busy updating the FinderBinder, the state’s media directory.  At our staff meeting a couple weeks ago, I asked the team if […]
August 10, 2018
left handers

The Life of a Left Hander

Today’s blog post is dedicated to all of my fellow left handers of the world! Monday, Aug. 13 is National Left Handers Day, and I am […]
July 6, 2018
summer

#FunFactFriday – July

#FunFactFriday is back! It is officially summer here in Arizona which means it’s heatin’ up! Here are some facts and tips to help you get through […]
June 1, 2018
Father's Day

#FunFactFriday – Father’s Day

Our #FunFactFriday of the month is all about the dad's of the world. This blog post has some interesting facts about Father's Day and some one-of-a-kind gift ideas.
May 4, 2018
May

#FunFactFriday – May

Last year’s May #FunFactFriday was all about May holidays. So for this year’s installment, we’re shifting our focus to interesting observances and facts about this month as a whole.
March 30, 2018
April

#FunFactFriday – April

This month's #FunFactFriday is all about April Fools' Day! If you're looking for a little inspiration, look no further as Bre lists some of history's most memorable pranks.
March 2, 2018
March

#FunFactFriday – March

This month's #FunFactFriday blog post is all about the month of March and some surprising St. Patrick's Day facts that are actually false.