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More Cause-Worthy Jewelry

If the bulky/beady jewelry I shared yesterday isn’t your thing, don’t dismay–there are tons of “traditional” jewelry purchases you can make that will support a good cause. If you’re looking for more traditional jewelry, shop When you’re signed up with the I Do Foundation, 5% from any purchase from is donated to your […]

March 16, 2011 More

Remember: Functionality trumps Creativity.

“The web isn’t a wall for you to hang your artwork.” These days, everyone with the Adobe Creative Suite and some spare time is a “web designer”. The saturation is part of what made me hesitant to launch b.CAUSE designs, even with a four-year degree in the topic under my belt. With hundreds of individuals, […]

February 21, 2011 More

{Design Work} Lincoln Park on a Lark

I used to be one of those people who was so comfortable with Facebook that I was completely opposed to Twitter. I finally gave in and signed up for Twitter just so I could keep in touch with blog friends. Almost instantly, I was hooked. Twitter is great for marketing–your business, your blog, your cause, […]

February 17, 2011 More

The Power of Shopping Organically

***Statistics and ideas cited all credited to Eat This, Not That: Supermarket Survival Guide by David Zinczenko. Follow on Twitter. I grew up in an era of high fructose corn syrup mania. Naturally, what I learned as a child to be “healthy” is vastly skewed. But it’s not just my generation. Really, the health epidemic […]

January 25, 2011 More

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week: Clean Up the Roads!

One of my favorite volunteer activities is cleaning up highways. I know, that sounds like anything but pleasant, but it really can be fun! As pres. of my pre-law fraternity last year, I helped set up a rolling volunteer activity for us through the city of Springfield’s Adopt-A-Street program. For student organizations looking for an […]

August 5, 2010 More