By Cowgirl Candace | Photos by Corey Reese I’m a Georgia-based cowgirl. I have coarse, kinky dreadlocks. And, brace yourself: I’m black. Unusual attributes to represent the American West, especially when society is so used to the Clint Eastwood to Carrie Underwood variety. I’m a bona fide fourth-generation farm girl or what I like to […]
Listen: Cowgirl Candace doesn’t care how well you can write an article, capture in image or illustrate an idea in my industry if you don’t have professionalism to back your craft. Point blank. Period. I’ve collaborated on hundreds of creative campaigns around the globe with media “professionals”— some who have demonstrated unforgettable, career-changing editorial experiences […]
By Cowgirl Candace | Originally published for the AJC Sometimes climbing the corporate ladder means a change of venue. But before packing off to a brand-new city, it’s important to do some research and check off a few essential tasks from your to-go list. According to Joyce H. Vasser, a retired government human resources manager, failing […]
Durable, darling yet daring: That’s how Cowgirl Candace hand picks Down South denim wear. As a farm girl and journalist constantly on the move, my blue jean threads must provide nonstop comfort and Southern sass. And a little extra curvy cushion in my breeches is a mega bonus. But for my annual blue jeans edition […]
More than 10 years in the journalism game, and I still take shorthand notes for any and everything: grocery shopping lists, country Western wish lists, professional interviews and future Southern story ideas. You name it; I will jot it down. Well, I keep a few reporter notebooks and a stack of message-driven journals given to […]
Howdy. I'm Cowgirl Candace, an award-winning journalist, internationally published brand blogger and fourth-generation farm girl.