Once upon a time…
there was a woman living in a cubicle, and she was very, very sad. She ate and she drank and she shut out the people who loved her most.
One day, there was a knock on her door. She opened it, and the world beckoned her to come out and play.
So, she did.
The woman who lived in a cubicle opened her eyes and her heart. She answered the call of the world and went out into the light.
And she never looked back.
It took a lot of trial and even more error, but I finally found a career I’m passionate about.
Working as a VA allows me to help clients grow thriving businesses while retaining my own freedom. My creativity used to be stifled by cubicle walls, but now I use it + my technical skills to conquer to-do lists, organize chaos, and rescue lost hours for my clients.
Check my Services and Rates page to see if the VA in blue glasses can help you.
- My degree is in civil engineering, but I have also worked as a software developer for a government supercomputing laboratory, and as an elementary and middle school English teacher in South Korea.
- My hobbies include traveling, reading, writing, photography, hiking, eating avocados, and other activities I can’t mention because I don’t want my parents to know.
- I’m a grammar rebel. Even though I’m from the hills of Tennessee, I do know the rules. I simply choose to ignore them from time to time. I end sentences with prepositions, and I will never let the Oxford comma die.