Joined 10 years ago from Anniston, Alabama
"Analyzing is my hobby and putting it to words is my passion" Kimberly "KiKi' Camp is a single Mom of 3 daughters. Having lived through an abusive childhood, alcoholic father, college, marriage, thriving career, divorce and the struggles of raising girls on her own; Kimberly writes on a wide range of topics. She is highly analytical by nature with a natural gift of placing thoughts into words meaningful to the reader.
Kimberly's background, education and skills are in Quality Engineering and Management. She specializes in using those skills to incorporate polls, statistics and charts to bring clearer meaning to idea. With 20+ years experience in a management/technical field, she is very experienced in writing manuals, clear work instructions, training material and business writing. Yet her passion and heart's desire is in writing thought-provoking articles on life, love, feelings, emotions, happiness and relationships.
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