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Under Armour: Where Do They Go From Here?

In studying for my Marketing Degree, I've come across several brands that have stood the test of time. Not only has Under Armour been in business since 1996, but they have been consistently growing throughout the years. An article was written (revised in 2016) showcasing Under Armour's "Willful Digital Moves," and that is what I … Continue reading Under Armour: Where Do They Go From Here?

The 1920s Mental Health Throughout The Decades. Volume Series 1: Nia Riddle Quick Reads

This is not a drill 🚨 My first book is available on Kindle!! A special thanks goes to Nia Riddle House for encouraging me on my journey, and making the process less daunting! Discover the evolution of mental health throughout the decades! Get a glimpse into how society viewed and treated those with mental illnesses. … Continue reading The 1920s Mental Health Throughout The Decades. Volume Series 1: Nia Riddle Quick Reads

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Is Influencer Marketing The Future?

Influencer marketing - In an effort to further my marketing career, and pass my classes, I'm researching the best types of marketing and what makes them unique. Today's assessment is on influencer marketing. Influencers are content creators on various social media platforms that have a substantial following. Micro-influencers can have as little as 1,000 subscribers … Continue reading Is Influencer Marketing The Future?

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How “The Voice” Changed Viewer Interaction

NBC's "The Voice" is a show that has revolutionized the way that viewers interact with their broadcasts. The hit show is on its 22nd season as of September 2022, and is hosted by Carson Daly. Throughout the conception to the expansion of "The Voice" universe, there have been strides made in how viewers are able … Continue reading How “The Voice” Changed Viewer Interaction

Social Media And Me: An Average Day

Social Media is everywhere we turn, there's no two-ways about it. When going through my day lately though, I've been aiming to focus on being intentional in everything I do. For instance, if I'm scrolling on Instagram, TikTok, or other social media sites, I am trying to stay on top of my usage. In my … Continue reading Social Media And Me: An Average Day

19th Annual Dunbar Days Community Festival

This weekend, from September 23rd to September 24th, 2022 is one of the biggest events in Dunbar, PA’s history. Dunbar’s community festival, “Dunbar Days,” has been a highlight of the community every year since it first began in 2003. This year is no different, featuring live music, food, vendors, and more all weekend long! Here’s … Continue reading 19th Annual Dunbar Days Community Festival

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NEW Podcast Episode is LIVE

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com My new podcast episode is out now. The History of Diet Culture - A retrospective. New Podcast Episode Direct Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/268KyPm8aX75VrwCK1ezQF?si=e14204209f244d3d Now available wherever you get your podcasts! Read more here! veronica@mentalhistorypodcast.com

“Mom Doesn’t Like Her Picture Taken”

“Mom doesn’t like her picture taken.” Words that I, myself, have heard more times than I can count. I can speak for everyone when I say: moms. Listen to this. You are beautiful, you are worthy, and you are so much more than the number on the scale. credit: Huffpost We’re so skewed to believe … Continue reading “Mom Doesn’t Like Her Picture Taken”

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The History of Mental Health Treatments

Hi friends! It's been a while, and I'm back on the blog!! Mental health has been around since humans have been around. There have been developments around treatment throughout history, and today we’re going to go over those and bring it all the way up to modern day, 2022. From lobotomies, to prescription SSRIs, we’re … Continue reading The History of Mental Health Treatments

NEW Podcast Episode – Weekly Wellness Pod – March, 2022

Hi my friends! It's March which means its Women's History Month! This podcast episode we will be talking about the history of women's mental health and how it has evolved, and a few cases that might shock you.  "Breaking stigmas with real solutions" isn't just a tagline, it's my mission. My name is Veronica and … Continue reading NEW Podcast Episode – Weekly Wellness Pod – March, 2022

Sunday: My Favorite Day of The Week

You read that right! Sundays are my favorite day of the week. I’m not sure if I’m alone in this like I think I am, but stay with me. I promise it will make sense when you’re done.  While you're here - take a second to fill out my Women's History Month Survey! I'd greatly … Continue reading Sunday: My Favorite Day of The Week

Women’s History Month: The Mental Load

Hi Friends!! This is a repost of a previous article to kick off Women's History Month 2022!! Stay tuned for more fun facts about women and a special podcast episode at the end of March. My latest episode is below, and please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!

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An Open Letter To The World

An open letter to the person who’s struggling right now.  You probably don’t know me, but this letter will reach you if you need it.  Everyone sees you, constantly making sure everyone else is taken care of. We all see you struggling to make ends meet with what you have to work with. You're seen … Continue reading An Open Letter To The World

Acceptance: How Can I Accept Myself As I Am?

May 2, 2021 Hi friends. This week we will be talking about acceptance. I'm sure there's been times in all of our lives when we have had to accept a thing or two. Whether that was a situation that was our of our control or something that we had a hand in and made a … Continue reading Acceptance: How Can I Accept Myself As I Am?

Meditation: The Basics Pt. 1

Meditation - The Basics April 12, 2021 Hi Friends! This week I will be guiding you through the basics of meditation. To a lot of us, meditation can be overwhelming to say the least. I feel now is a good time to touch on this since last week we discussed adding a new activity (ie. … Continue reading Meditation: The Basics Pt. 1

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Who Is Your Inner Child?

March 21, 2021 TW: Childhood trauma, SA, SH, Diet Culture. For more, click here: https://creationsbyvi.com/Healingyourinnerchildbook Good morning my friends! Today I am going to guide you through a subject that many of you may not have heard of before. This is something that is growing in popularity within the spiritual community and has been on … Continue reading Who Is Your Inner Child?

Consumer Behavior – A Marketing Perspective

In studying Marketing, I've come to my consumer behavior class. The following is a blog assignment for that course. Understanding the different types of consumers is crucial to understanding marketing as a whole. Trying to appeal to all consumers will help broaden the "net" that marketers cast to catch customers. The main types of consumers … Continue reading Consumer Behavior – A Marketing Perspective

Judy Garland, Shirley Temple, & Hollywood In The 1930’s

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-cdtqw-13a3a8e History has ways of confusing humans, we often separate historical events from one another, not realizing just how much can take place at one time. Judy Garland and Shirley Temple were not only born in the same decade, but they surprisingly have a lot in common.   We’re going to take a psychological look … Continue reading Judy Garland, Shirley Temple, & Hollywood In The 1930’s