Author Archives: Amanda Livingston

8/23/19

I mean… What a weird and terrible week. But also an amazing week. A week that (despite some difficulties, some unforeseen circumstances) I am glad happened the way it did, to a certain degree. Thank you all for being here.  … Continue reading

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Long time no talk.

There are words coming soon, I promise. But for now– I’m in my last semester of grad school at NYU. If you could take this survey so I can graduate in December, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you! (Link below) … Continue reading

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2018.

I haven’t written a personal post on here in a very long time. But I’d like to say a few things about this year and who I am because of 2018. 2018 has been such a weird year. 2018 was … Continue reading

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20 Things I Learned as Scholastic’s Corporate Communications Intern

  In December, I applied for Scholastic’s Winter/Spring 2018 Corporate Communications internship. I really, really wanted it. I say I’ve wanted to work at Scholastic for a long time, and that’s true, but here’s why: I want to work at … Continue reading

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Revenue Analysis: The Cosmopolitan Magazine Brand

Here is another short paper I wrote for my magazine media class in New York University’s masters program, Publishing: Digital and Print Media. It discusses Cosmopolitan magazine (as a brand, and as a print and digital product) and how it … Continue reading

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How the Amazon Kindle Dominates the eReading Industry and the Online Book Market

This is a short paper I wrote for my marketing class in New York University’s masters program, Publishing: Digital and Print Media, that I’m proud of. I thought it was relevant and I wanted to share. “This isn’t a device, … Continue reading

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Amanda, Deconstructed

On OCD There are four main categories of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD): checking, hoarding, contamination, and intrusive thoughts. The type of obsessive compulsive disorder I have is not like the kind you see on television. The kind where you feel … Continue reading

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