A Quick Check-in: Bubbles, Babies, and Freelancing

Hello, readers!

I just wanted to quickly check-in with everyone since it has been a couple of weeks since my last post.

I’m still here! — Just very busy between taking care of my baby and several freelance

Flight of Franciacorta. Copyright R. Yeamans-Irwin 2016

Flight of Franciacorta. Copyright R. Yeamans-Irwin 2016

projects.  It doesn’t leave much time for blogging!  As I have freelance projects published, I’ll summarize them and link to them here on the blog.

I intend to get posts up every two weeks, though there will be times, like this month, where I have to go longer.

One of the more exciting things I’ve been up to lately is my recent media trip to Franciacorta in Italy.  I am currently working on a few pieces from that trip, so stay tuned for that!  I just want to thank Jeremy Parzen (DoBianci) and the Franciacorta Consortium for the opportunity to come and learn all about the region, and I look forward to experiencing even more Franciacorta in the future.  I am so grateful for the opportunity and the experience!

I’ll sign off now with a picture my little family and I recently taken at our home in Colorado.

Copyright R. Yeamans-Irwin 2016

Copyright R. Yeamans-Irwin 2016

Stay tuned for lots more, and thank you for reading during this slower time for The Academic Wino!

Cheers!

-B

3 comments for “A Quick Check-in: Bubbles, Babies, and Freelancing

  1. October 27, 2016 at 2:38 pm

    Congratulations on being able to “do it all!” As a mom, it’s not easy. Your writing and content are such good quality, so informative, and definitely worth the wait! Enjoy the baby, family, and travel. Cheers!

  2. October 30, 2016 at 10:59 am

    Becca, it was such a pleasure to travel and taste with you. That was a really special trip, one of the best I’ve ever been on. Thanks again for joining us. And sorry to miss you in Boulder! Abbraccio J

  3. November 10, 2016 at 10:37 am

    Congrats Becca! Your child must be the same age as mine now! Thanks for the mention in the blog roll. I appreciate it. Love your work and great job keeping up with all of this, I had to take a few months hiatus when I had the little guy! Keep up the good work!

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