Author Archive: Kristina Cappuccilli
20-something creative writer turned corporate, armed with big ideas and even bigger dreams. Avid reader, lover of all things musical, incessant blogger. Sucker for movie quotes, feature writing, and a good book. To inspire and be inspired.
I’ve always hated the taste of peanut butter. First as a child, later as a teenager, and now as a young adult, it’s just been one of those foods that I never liked. It didn’t matter if it was spread on toast with banana slices, or covered in nuts and drenched in chocolate, or blended [...]
It’s been almost three months since I read an essay that forever altered my view of modern-day “journalism.” I put the word “journalism” in quotations marks because the essay I read in Elite Daily cannot truthfully or ethically be considered “journalistic,” in any form of the word. As we have all seen firsthand, the evolution [...]
After writing a total of six “I Am Woman” pieces, I realize that I haven’t allowed the column to live up to its full potential yet. Sure, I’ve touched upon female celebrities who have contributed time and energy to charitable causes. I’ve covered notable figures who have fought for gender equality and same-sex marriage; young [...]
At age 11, on any given day, I could be found doing one of the following three things: 1) Hovering obsessively over my boombox/radio for the next time “Bye Bye Bye” was played in its entirety, 2) Plotting ways to avoid gym class, and 3) Convincing my parents that I was, in fact, old enough [...]
How often do you consider yourself “happy?” I’m talking, ‘sun shining out of your ass, grinning from ear to ear, nothing can get me down’ kind of happy? Does it vary from week to week depending on your work load, or the progression of your relationships, or how many times you made it to your [...]