Are you who I’m looking for?

September 13, 2012

I’m looking for someone that resonates with this: Or this: (Or, for more, this.) If that’s you, or your friend, or your neighbor, or your brother’s roommate’s cousin’s pastor’s daughter’s dog walker, please contact me. annie AT anniesorensen DOT com I have been a part of Vemma for over five years and now, four months […]


Killing off the complicatedness

September 10, 2012


Sometimes I feel like I make things too complicated. Clean out this entire house. We have too much stuff! Ahhhh! Why don’t I start with this drawer? Ten minutes a day. Five, even. Start there. Replace a 6-figure income! I need to start a side business to replace his entire income! Really, Annie? Can you […]


Earlier this week, after dinner, I cracked open a beer and started thinking backwards… It was a weekday afternoon in early 2010. I think it was February. Actually, I know it was February, because it was just a week before our family trip to Hawaii. I felt like writing something, something different for someone other […]


For the majority of this year (so far), even before Babygirl was born, I’ve been feeling stuck in a creativity rut. Not in the negative sense, but in regards to routines. You know how it seems like you’re always doing the same things and eating at the same places and seeing the same stuff? Yeah. […]


The day my mindset switched from “I want to leave” to “I have to leave” was the day I was treated like an administrator by my manager. It wasn’t really his fault, he thought he was doing me a service. I had talked with him in the past about taking on a different role within […]


The platforms of my life

June 27, 2012

I ran into a quote from Chris Brogan today, written in one of his most recent email newsletters, that said: “Platform is the opportunity to voice your views or inspire an action.” He was mainly referring to the platforms, mostly online, that we, as a brand or business, take advantage of. His list included Twitter […]

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For a long time, I really struggled with the underlying reason why I wanted different things for my life than most other people. Why I wanted Different, I had no idea, I just knew that I did. That frustrated me and often made me feel guilty. Why was everyone else supposedly ok with the same […]