Last Day Of Work; First Day Of The Rest Of My Life

Today is my last day of salaried work. Hopefully forever—or at least for a long, long time. It is quite a liberating feeling, as many of you know. And I don’t expect the panic of how I’m going to pay the mortgage to creep up on me for at least, oh, say three weeks.

It was an amicable departure: a mutual agreement that when it’s time to go, it’s time to go. Though I’ve spent the last 15 months as the publications director at a local creative media agency, managing its print publications and much of the editorial content for its online publications, it’s the Web 2.0+ world of marketing that I’ve enjoyed learning the most about. It is a growing market (obviously). So that, and the fact that marketing is an area that most intrigues me, is the reason I have decided to start my own marketing firm.

A Few Follow-Up Questions to Jackson's RRR Campaign

recycling binAs a follow-up to a previous post about Jackson Hole’s local Reduce, Reuse, Recycle program—or RRR—I asked Heather Overholser, the executive director of Jackson Community Recycling and one of the founders of the RRR program, a few questions. Please see the previous post about RRR for more information.