I’m in the midst of editing another apartment video so there will be a lack of blog posts for a while. Currently, I do not have a lot of time throughout the week to edit pictures or create content due to my busy schedule. I did want to write another 10 facts about me post because I think they are fun to write and interesting to read. Enjoy!
10 Facts about me (Part 2)
1.) I work in the social media/advertising field doing marketing and design. I have my own office at my company’s headquarters. I’m a rather young professional so I feel very blessed and spoiled even – to have my own space to be creative. Once it’s fully decorated, I’ll see if I can create a mini corporate office tour for you guys!
2.) I do not keep any personal social media profiles like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. But I do have multiple accounts on all platforms. They are all used for work-related things/side projects. I love how influential and inspiring social media can be. Not to mention, it is a lot of fun!
3.) My boyfriend is not a photographer, which I think a lot of people assume. It’s just his passion and hobby! His actual profession is computer engineering. He’s very analytic and logical. My complete opposite basically. Haha.
4.) He used to be my next-door neighbor and that’s how we met! We’ve been together for over a year!
5.) I have two apartments in the city that I call home.
6.) My dream dog would be a Pomsky. They are seriously so darn cute!
7.) Speaking of animals, my favorite animal is an elephant. You can find mini sculpture decor of them all over my home and office.
8.) I very rarely will buy jewelry. In fact, the only jewelry I do wear is a four-leaf clover necklace which I have worn since 7th grade!
9.) I fell down a flight of stairs when I was 2 or 3, which left a permanent indent on my forehead. Forever clumsy.
10.) One of the best decisions I’ve ever made was choosing not to go to the Ohio State University. During the last month of my senior year of high school, I was awarded a very big scholarship to attend a much smaller university near my hometown. This allowed me to graduate college debt-free, putting me in a far better financial situation than most people my age. That’s why I am able to travel often, buy nice things, and live a comfortable lifestyle.
Welp, that’s all for this blog post! Thanks so much for reading and learning some weird facts about me! Here’s a link to my last one, in case you guys wanted to read some more! 🙂