I remember this one time I had a blackberry and it completely defined me. And then it became useless once iPhones became the way of the future.
…what I had left was a brickberry.
The Blogger behind Brickberry:
My name is Rachel Wagenman, and this is my blog.
I was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Currently I’m shattering glass ceilings and making my way up in the broadcast television industry — in news promotional marketing, specifically.
For all you treating this page as a resume, I specialize in social media and recruit to view strategy.
Writing will always be my first love. Taking pictures will always be a close second, as the two seem to go hand in hand, especially while blogging. But I’ll never pass up a chance to get dressed up and go out on the town.
Brickberry was founded on August 9th, 2013. Eager for a creative outlet in my life, yet never finding the time to sit down and start, it took spending $50 on groceries and needing a place to vent to motivate me.
I started Brickberry while I was working three jobs as a way to document the happy moments in my life. Believe me, the days were long and stressful, and I was working seven days a week. This blog helped remind me of all the good things in my life. (And gave me a place to complain about how adulthood sucks.)
Since then, Brickberry has evolved into a cookbook, a travel journal, and most importantly a place to document all the things to do in Hawaii — from being a social calendar of events, to showcasing the best restaurants and hikes, and even pointing out the must-see spots if you’re visiting. It’s a blog where both locals and visitors will end up taking something valuable away.
I am so proud of how much I’ve grown and how much Brickberry has grown since it’s creation, and I hope it continues to evolve as I do. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it.