Thanks for stopping by! I'm AshPash, member of the web team here at Clear Channel Charleston. I am one of the team members here that works on our websites, social media and getting you all the latest in entertainment and music.
I was born in Augusta, GA, but raised in Cleveland, Ohio. Apologies in advance for being a yankee! Everyone in the Carolinas has been very hospitable, as anticipated in the South.
I'll be posting here regularly with stuff that interests me: pop culture, technology, new music, funny observations and more. Bookmark this page and check back soon!
Favorite Bands: Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Three Dog Night, Allman Brothers, Heart, Journey, Foreigner. Outside of what Q plays: Adele, Joss Stone, Ben Harper, Mumford and Sons, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Prince, Michael Jackson, Fiona Apple, Luke Cunningham, Randy Houser, Willie Nelson, Hank Jr, George Jones, Ray Price, etc. Pretty eclectic.
Favorite Teams: Ohio State Buckeyes, South Carolina Gamecocks, Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns. I am a huge college football fan, first and foremost.
Favorite Food: I could alternate between Chinese, Mexican and good Lowcountry seafood all 3 meals of the day.
Favorite Movies: Kill Bill, Forrest Gump, the latest Batman Trilogy, When Harry Met Sally, Pulp Fiction, anything Scorcese, I Love You Man, Iron Man, Inception, etc.
We all want to be good wives to our husbands, but no one wants to be treated like a servant, right ladies? But such was the case in 1955 when Housekeeping Monthly ran an article about how to be a “good wife.” Here are quotes taken directly from the magazine...enjoy:
There are elements in some of these that aren't a bad idea - but mostly for my own sanity. I want to pick up messes because clutter bugs ME, not my husband. Respecting and validating the pressure he's under at work - that's a good idea. But if he's staying out all night, we're going to throw down.
What tips do you have to make your home life more peaceful and happy for both you and your significant other?
(Reading books and visiting the beach definitely help me decompress. You? Photo by me.)
I'm always looking for ways to heighten my happiness day to day, moment to moment...year to year. I've read books and subscribe to happy email lists and more.
While recent studies have supposedly shown that money can buy happiness on some levels (security, vacations, etc.), a new survey says more Americans believe success and happiness don’t involve money. Here’s how those surveyed ranked their top contributors to success:
Only 27 percent still believe that general wealth determines success.What contributes to your happiness? What do you live by?
So the whole last week, I was in Great Exuma, Bahamas for work believe it or not (enter the contest here to go there yourself) and I got to experience some pretty incredible things! First, there was very little connectivity other than at our broadcasting site, so it was GREAT to unplug for a few days and recharge my OWN batteries instead of a computer or smart phone.
We went on tons of tours of different facilities and features of the resort with our new radio friends from all over the country (this was on the Emerald Reef Golf Course, as designed by Greg Norman!)
We event got to see the good that is done on the island by the charitable organizations by going and reading to kids at Roker's Point Primary School!
...and we got to experience one of the coolest things I've EVER seen in my life. Near Staniel Cay, Exuma, we got to anchor our boat and THIS HAPPENED. I SWAM WITH PIGS!
They come down from the mountain when the boat pulls up because these tours go out a few times a week and take fruit and other snacks to them! They were about the size of 60-70 pound dogs and very sweet....very domesticated!
Needless to say, I had a pretty incredible time. Check out the full photo gallery of the trip here. And say a little prayer for me...that I can keep THIS feeling LONG after landing back here in Charleston: