This Friday, July 17th is National Emoji Day and to celebrate, Bitmoji, the popular personal emoji app, invites you to join in on some festivities.
BITMOJI YOUR PROFILE PIC: In honor of National Emoji Day, change your profile pic to your favorite Bitmoji! It’s super easy to create, just follow the simple directions below.
- Download the free Bitmoji app (iOS, Android)
- Create your avatar
- Browse through massive library of stickers and emojis of yourself
- Choose your favorite, and voila~ you’ve got a new profile pic
- Show off your new profile pic with the #MyBitmoji hashtag
VOTE: Emoji lovers can now rejoice and vote on the next Bitmoji to be released! Choose from some of the most requested emojis including Taco, Unicorn, Hotdog, Selfie and Bacon! Simply tweet your vote to @BitmojiApp with the #MyBitmoji hashtag. (Ex. TACO @BitmojiApp #MyBitmoji). The winning bitmoji will be announced on on National Emoji Day (which is actually World Emoji Day too) – get to voting!
Fun Fact: Over 200 million bitmojis have been shared to date with major A-list celebs from Jessica Alba, Demi Lovato, Zach Braff, Lena Dunham, Seth Rogan tweeting/posting theirs.
Of all the things I could possibly write about 2014…that it’s been Gia On The Move’s best year yet…that we’ve been so fortunate to have experienced so much gorgeous, avant-garde, unique, delicious artistry in live performance, art, music, movies, food, fashion and more…what an awesome adventure it’s been…that we love all of the great friends we’ve made along the way, and how incredibly lucky to often accidentally have stumbled across gems that no one else was noticing… What we’re most happy to say is ‘Thank you’. Thank you for letting us entertain, inform, introduce and offer a little bit of our passions to YOU. What a ride! Ready for more? ~Gia
Happy New Year!!!
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Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the men and women who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. The holiday, which is celebrated every year on the last Monday of May, was formerly known as Decoration Day and originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the war. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who have died while in the military service. It typically marks the start of the summer vacation season, while Labor Day marks its end.
Photo of Glendora Wildfire courtesy of the Associated Press
With fires dangerously raging this past week in Glendora, CA, Gia On The Move was very surprised to discover that along with police officers, firefighters do NOT actually have the most risky career paths. In fact, neither occupation is even in the top 10!
There may have been a consistent decline in unemployment rate last year, opening at 7.9% in January down to an all-time year low of 7% in November (December data is not yet out), according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But the figure is still high, and there are plenty of Americans who would like to land a decent job. The question is, however, would they really love any of these jobs enough to, literally, die for? Check out America’s most dangerous jobs in this infographic based on the 2012 National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries. For more on the story visit FinancesOnline.com.
On the Road to Pontelandolfo!
My wonderful friend, mentor and former director Midge is starting a new family today on Mother’s Day. It’s a family investing in its roots by travelling to Italy.
I love this idea. What an inspiration! Check it out. Consider subscribing! I’ve already done that (jealously of course – lol).
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!