I stopped on Selena Gomez latest music video (below) the other day and was pleased with what I witnessed. It’s a catchy song and the video is a bit different from the way I was used to seeing Gomez.
I’ve been following her career since her days on Disney Channel (Wizards of Waverly Place) and have been a fan of her career since that point. The reason I decided to feature her in this post was to show that it is possible to transition from child star to adult star without being overtly sexy like other former child stars.
She’s for the most part kept a squeaky clean image and has consistently worked as an actress post-Disney Channel. Her film, Spring Breakers, was a major departure from Wizards, but it just showed that she is maturing.
Congratulations to Selena Gomez for making the transition from child star to adult star graciously, all while building a very successful brand/empire.
Are you a Selena Gomez fan?
Like I said yesterday, I have another major announcement and its my summer internship at a PR agency in San Francisco. I will be traveling soon and will be starting work next week. I’m excited about this new adventure.
Stay tuned for another post this week on how you can follow my San Fran adventure…
Have you ever been to San Francisco?
I’m happy to announce that I can now add Executive Producer to my list of credits. It’s going to an exciting journey that I’m so excited to share with you all. The film is titled ‘In Light of Fear’ and is based from the novel: Pregnant With A Purpose.
The film is still in the very, very early stages of production so I will not be sharing too much information right now. I’m currently reading one of the final drafts of the script. So stay tuned for more information.
In the meantime, you can keep up with the lastest on the film through its various social media channels:
This is an exciting new step in my life and I will have another exciting announcement this week!
There is so much talk about student loans and loan repayments this time of year. It’s almost impossible not to hear something about it. Instead of giving the usual tips and negative outlook on what it’s like in paying back your student loans, I decided to take a more optimistic approach.
It’s important to keep a positive point of view and to tell yourself positive affirmations to attract positive outcomes into your life. If this can work for other situations why not do the same for your student loans.
Does this help change your outlook on paying back your student loans?
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Cheers to the Post-Grad PR Life!