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About Me

I’m a lifelong learner living in Hawaii. My intent is to offer you value through inspiring you to ask more questions, be more curious, and make meaning of life through stories.

I share findings from my adventures as a student of life through curating content that I learn through writing, reading, listening, and watching while on my journey to becoming a lifelong learner. The reason I am sharing is to challenge myself to think in different ways, facilitate learning, and inspire ideas for you. I promise to consistently strive to be better than I was before.

Each week, in my Letters from a learn-it-all, I include what I have learned through writing a reflection, a quote to think about, and a question to ponder.

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Ten Facts About Me

  1. Introspective 26-year-old Midwesterner living the dream in Hawaii
  2. 2021 was a monumental year. Here’s my annual review
  3. Journaling has transformed my life. Watch more about my practice
  4. Seeks out adventure like sailing across Lake Huron
  5. Believes in consistency and shipped writing for 100 consecutive days
  6. Dyslexic differently-abled learner exploring different ways to learn
  7. Ran 100 miles in a month, competed in a half marathon at the end of the world and a triathlon.
  8. Mentored for an online writing school that transformed me into the creative writer I am today
  9. Favorite quirk: writing letters to my future self
  10. Intentionally adds experiences to my life resume

My Promise

If you enjoy what you read, I welcome you to support my tea-drinking routine while I read and write:

A bit more about me

I grew up swimming and sailing in Michigan and then traveling because of them. This has instilled my work ethic and helped me define leadership. I love the excitement associated withsailingand never knowing what to expect. I love the water-- whether it be walking alongside, swimming in it, or in a boat on top of it.

I graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in May of 2018. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in finance with a minor in management and leadership along with a concentration in Dutch culture. I was steered towards this challenging degree logically because numbers made the most sense to me and its job security.

After graduating from college, I started my own learning journey. I became curious about everything that I never learned in school. I realized that I needed to stop making assumptions and ask more questions. I discovered what it means to think in a growth mindset. I began to seek out developing myself over time by doing things that would stretch me.

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