Joined 13 years ago from ATLANTA, GEORGIA
I am a freelance writer living in the Atlanta Metro area. I pinned my first blog in 2009 on BlogSpot. Like most freelance writers, I enjoy a diverse background. I am a published first time author and In the past years I have worked as a salon owner, salon manager, project assistant, proofreader, secretary, caterer and office manager. I am a wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. I earned my bachelor’s degree in business administration/business development at CTU and culinary arts certification from Schoolcraft in Michigan. I love to write, read, make crafts, sing, listen to music, love dogs, and spend time with my grandchildren.
I retired from being a salon owner in 2015, and I am pursuing my life’s goal of being a writer and hope to one day write and publish the slew of thoughts in my head.
I am a kid at heart and I love playing in the rain (if it’s not cold), building doll houses, enjoying nature (love camping), and experiencing the simple pleasures of life.
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