I might be biased (okay, I’m definitely biased), but working for Disney can be a pretty magical thing. Earlier this month, Andrea Zimmerman (Senior Manager, Blogs & Social Media) and I were lucky enough to travel to Disneyland in sunny California … for work.
Wondering where Strollerderby, Famecrawler, and your other favorite Babble blogs and bloggers went? Read on to find out!
Just two months ago, I shared my journey to Peru with you. It was a magical, if not trying, trip. I learned how to communicate with the locals without speaking Spanish (or Quechua); I saw Machu Picchu; I slept with 10 layers on at night; I traversed muddy mountains during the day; I did not MORE »
“I have been in Sorrow’s kitchen and licked out all the pots. Then I have stood on the peaky mountain wrapped in rainbows, with a harp and sword in my hands.” – Zora Neale Hurston In my late teens and through my mid-20s, I suffered. I was not malnourished. I was not a refugee. I was MORE »
You know those things that you always say you’re going to do but never get around to? Yeah, we all have them. For me it’s visiting Africa. For you, maybe it’s taking a cross-country road trip or going skydiving. So what’s stopping you? After you check out Google’s groundbreaking Project Glass — nothing will be. MORE »
As I begrudgingly wake up every morning and head into Manhattan for another day at the office, it’s easy to forget that just 50 years ago, what I’m doing was unheard of for women. This was a time when most girls went to college to find a husband rather than a passion — a time when MORE »
Here at Babble, we’re (unsurprisingly) all about the interwebz. If you’re familiar with our friends over at ABC’s GMA Live, you’ll know that they are too. In fact, GMA Live, filmed directly after each morning’s Good Morning America broadcast, lives exclusively on the Internet. This morning, I was lucky enough to take a peek behind-the-scenes MORE »
As I stepped out into the freezing New York morning (positively brutal, you guys) from the comfort of my apartment, for once I was not en route to the subway. I was spared from the elements that day. In fact, a spiffy black SUV was parked outside of my silly little building … and it MORE »
A Crafty Way of Communicating: How I Bonded with Spanish-speaking Kids in Peru and The Health Benefits of Art
The hardest part about spending a week in Peru with Latism was not my time freezing at night or fearing a fall to my death down a muddy mountain in Patacancha — it was my inability to communicate. As I mentioned before, people in Patacancha speak Quechua and/or Spanish, neither of which I understand on any MORE »
There’s nothing quite like the holiday season! To celebrate, Babble HQ broke out snacks, presents, and plenty of cheer. Oh, and did we mention ugly Christmas sweaters? Click through for scenes from our office holiday party!