Katelyn Stiver is a marketing professional at a venture development organization. She has a passion for learning, a love for online shopping and an aversion to small talk. A proud introvert, she tends to be a homebody, but will never turn down the opportunity for a good conversation (except if it’s on the phone). While she lives in Akron with her husband and adorable pup, she loves working in Cleveland and treasures her commute as it allows her uninterrupted alone time.
It’s the day of love. It’s also the first Valentine’s Day of the #MeToo movement. Some are unsure of how to act. How can I be romantic during #MeToo? Can I ask out a woman these days? Some think the days of love, romance and courtship have gone out the window because men can’t pursue […]Read More »
The New Year is upon us. A time for fresh starts, resolutions and goal setting. If your social media feed is anything like mine, it’s filled with ads for planners, productivity hacks and how tos for meeting your goals. I chuckle when these pop up because I’ve realized that the how is the easy part. It’s […]Read More »
With the holiday season upon us, I wanted to share some of the great local women-owned businesses you can support this Small Business Saturday and beyond! Online Only Bombay Taxi Boutique Shibani Faehnle We will have Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday doorbuster specials that will be shared with our Bombay Taxi Insiders. You can […]Read More »
If you had to choose between a feminist man and an anti-feminist woman – which would you choose? If you are a feminist who believes in supporting women and believes in putting more women in power – it’s a hard yet easy question to answer. Gender matters in the way that looks matter in a […]Read More »
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I, like millions around the world, anxiously awaited Taylor Swift’s new single. I’ve always enjoyed her music – even the ones that are explicitly slamming someone. Then “Look What You Made Me Do” dropped. It was catchy and the theme was in line with what you would probably expect – she’s using her personal experience […]Read More »