On the way to a client visit in the burbs, I wound up killing time in a McDonald’s before the meeting. As it was time to go, I headed to the bathroom and found a McDonald’s worker holding the door … Continue reading
Posts by Carrie Sabourin
I love to read. I read all kinds of things, from fiction to non-fiction, on a wide array of topics. As with most life-enriching activities, the challenge is always finding the time or making it a priority
I was able to attend the 2013 Global BMA Conference last week, which was held here in Chicago. It was a jam-packed conference and I left renewed and inspired.
I recently went to see “Big Fish,” a musical based on the movie based on the book. It’s in Chicago for a short five-week pre-Broadway debut before the Broadway opening on October 6th.
When I have the occasion to meet someone new, they’ll inevitably ask what I do for a living. Until Mad Men made advertising “glamorous” again,
Marissa Mayer’s recent announcement ending Yahoo’s work-from-home policy has riled everyone up on both
It was a busy day and by the time 1:15 rolled around, I had yet to eat lunch. After considering the frigid temperature outside, I decided on one of the options in our lobby: Potbelly.
My niece hates walks. Or hikes. Or anything remotely related to exercise. The rest of us, after a couple days of being inside and eating delicious food, thought a hike in the forest preserve near my parents’ house was just … Continue reading
I thought I’d spend some time on Pinterest to see how the b2b elite are using it. I quickly discovered
The words tumbled out of her mouth quickly and ended rather emphatically. “Aunt Carrie, when I grow up,