Reflecting on 2018
Another year has come and gone and so much has changed for me. In Feb. 2018 I wrote a blog about 2017 and saw how vastly my life had changed. Two years of my life have been spent away from Virginia and as I enter my third year in Cape May…I can’t help but realize how much… Continue reading
Tattoos help millennial women establish identity
Special to the Star and Wave Editor’s note: Puzzled at seeing a number of women of the millennial age group sporting tattoos, i asked writer Rachel Shubin, a millennial, what attracted that generation to having permanent artwork on their bodies. Tattoos are permanent, but generational ideals are subject to change. Millennials enjoy indulging in the… Continue reading
Millennials offer mixed outlooks on living in Cape May
Special to the Star and Wave Millennials are alive and well in Cape May, and surviving on more than avocado toast and cold-brew coffee. Rumor has it that their affinity for avocado toast and coffee is one of the reasons millennials cannot afford to buy their own homes. Australian millionaire and property mogul Tim Gurner… Continue reading
Why not write a novel?
November is notoriously known as National Novel Writing Month, NaNoWriMo for short. It’s a month where you write approximately1,666 words a day with a goal of 50,000 by the end of the month. In 2012, I attempted to write a fiction novel, but I did not like the story and I also was too busy… Continue reading
I am a millennial journalist who is passionate about telling stories. I have grown my skills over the years through various career experiences. My work in writing and hospitality allows me to provide a niche opportunity in running social media for local small businesses and promoting their brands and the local area.