Tag Archives: Just for Fun

22 Mar


Amy Clay, Senior Account Executive   Recently my daughter returned home after spending a weekend with her nana. She walked into the kitchen and deposited a small box on the table. “Nana says this stuff needs to live here,” she announced, leaving it for me to peruse. The box held a treasure trove of my […]

27 Jan
12 Oct

Fluffy Butts = Stress Relief. Why You Should Consider an Office Pet

By Abby Brown, Creative Associate   A few weeks ago, I had the dignified duty of dogsitting for my parents while they went on vacation. By “dignified duty,” I mean a wonderfully exhausting week of handling an animal that’s a bit more high-maintenance than my fat cat. Our resident employee who is allergic to dogs […]

20 Jul

Cookies and Carbs and Chocolate (Oh My): Why We Love Working in Montgomery

By Abby Brown, Creative Associate A day in the life of a Rasor employee includes many things: humorous banter between coworkers, lots of hard work for our fabulous clients, and most likely a conversation about cats. A pleasant office culture is key to any work environment, and ours is as pleasant as zoo babies hanging […]

27 Apr

Don’t Let Those Sticky Notes, Color Coded Timelines and To-Do Lists Scare You – Read This and Get Organized Now.

By Victoria Knepp, Account Associate How many times have you been asked, “How do you keep yourself organized?” in a job interview? How many times have you asked yourself, “How can I keep myself organized?” Well, no matter who is asking the question, in the marketing communications world an automatic answer is a must. Working […]

20 Jan

Planning a Wedding or Planning a Marketing Campaign? Tips and Tools for Both

By Victoria Sabato, Account Associate  In a world of “Friday Bride Days” on TLC, wedding fantasy Pinterest boards, the ever-so-famous The Knot and Wedding Wire online planning tools, plus my own wedding coming up in less than six months now, I’m surrounded by all wedding everything. The day I got engaged I cried, laughed and […]

22 Oct

4 Practical Life and Business Lessons from 4 Impractical Jokers

By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive To help weather my way through a recent TV show drought, I stumbled upon, and subsequently began, binge-watching “Impractical Jokers” on TRU TV. For those of you who are not familiar with this hidden-camera show, the basic premise is that four lifelong friends (“the guys”) compete to embarrass each […]