I’ll start off with this: I’m a major work in progress. A draft, and a rough one at that.
I’m on a bit of a journey these days. I’m on a journey not just to find a purpose, but to live it out. Not to just to learn, but to put what I’m learning into action. Not just to create art, but to find the beauty in it. Not just to identify community, but to serve it and grow it. Not just to create, but to relish in what is created. So maybe I’m on a mission to live an inspiration-driven life.
My profession? I call myself a communicator. A writer, a networker, a marketer, a semi-pro friend. I spend half my time at a fantastic little art museum, doing membership, fundraising, PR and anything I can get my hands on.
With the other half of my time . . . well, I do a little bit of everything. I write many things, including web copy, press releases, magazine articles, brochures and more. I coach people on their careers (especially their resumes), and I coach students on getting into college (especially their essays and resumes). I volunteer with a community center, my church, a few social service orgs and a community Christmas parade. My business tagline is “inspiration-driven communications.” Really, I just do a lot of things I love for a lot of causes and people I love.
When I’m not doing all of that, I love cooking and baking, running (kinda), spending time with friends and staying in touch with old ones, eating out, reading, exploring my community, learning and being a wife to my really-truly-fantastic husband, “Mr. S.”
Thanks for visiting this blog, friends. Don’t be afraid to say hello; I’d love that.
The fine print:
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