All good things must come to an end…
After a rather nerve-wracking week, I went to my favorite place to mitigate my frustrations: the kitchen. No, not a bar or a club.
When I’m under duress – and if I’m not in the mood for writing or retail therapy – preparing a hearty meal is often my favorite way to unwind. So, I texted my boyfriend on Friday and invited him over for an Italian-themed dinner!
Check out an easy, yummy recipe for Italian sausage tortellini below.
Though I don’t miss standing on my feet throughout 6- to 8-hour shifts for minimum wage, I do miss the interaction with others. I’ve always been what my elementary school teachers describe as a “social butterfly” – in other words, I love to engage others.
While I’m grateful for gainful employment since graduating from college, in the confines of an office, you don’t get to mingle with too many new faces. So, the social aspect, in addition to stress-free supplemental income, are the reasons why I decided to spend some of my spare time this summer working promotional modeling gigs.
I get so many questions from friends and family members wondering what promotional modeling is – and why it’s worthwhile – that I wanted to write a post about it, from a brand strategist’s point of view.
Side note: I’ve also included some photos in this post from my most recent gig at the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival in Cary, North Carolina, where I worked as an ambassador for George Dickel (a brand of whiskey based out of Tennessee).
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My website is finally back! This time, however, with a new look and direction.
Since temporarily closing my site, I’ve kept busy with the continued development of my online boutique, relocating and a shift in my career. I’m so happy to share that the new direction of JenniferBrix.com is meant to reflect the latter.