10 Things About Me
I've always wanted to do one of these little getting to know me articles, because it's fun to know more about people! I think I'll do these in a series, so they are quick and easy to read. Here I go! :)
1. I love learning.
Education is very important to me. I’m a history buff, science, business, and health lover. I studied Business Entrepreneurship, Business Communications, with a little Journalism, and then transferred to a different university online (The University of Alabama, Roll Tide!) for Hospitality Management. Even when i’m done with school, I will forever continue to educate myself throughout life.
2. I could play COD 24/7.
This kind of goes along the line of nerd alert. No, I haven’t played a video game in forever, but if I were to it would be Call of Duty. I just love the story lines and the graphics of it all. Keep me away from an XBox, and I will continue to be a productive member of society.
3. I love mystery/crime novels.
I remember going through this James Patterson binge a few years ago, and I could read one of his books in like two days.
4. I have hazel eyes.
It changes all the time, with my mood, clothes, and makeup.
5. I’m a health nut.
I really care about my health! I study about health, I only buy organic/non-gmo/dairy-free products. I also do my best at maintaining a raw, bread-less lifestyle. It makes not only my body happy, but my heart happy.
6. I’m sort-of allergic to dairy, caffeine, and chocolate.
Dairy, artificial caffeine, and too much chocolate breaks my face out in cystic acne. So it’s a no-go for me. I have a dairy-free diet, with only natural sources of caffeine, and have minimal chocolate. It keeps my skin clear and tummy happy.
7. I’m an animal lover.
I love animals! I have the cutest puppy in the world, an Australian Cattle Dog named Brantley Armando. He is fluffy, sweet, yippy, and crazy smart.
8. I have a passion for architecture, art, design, and event planning.
9. I hate raisins, cauliflower, and cashews.
No, thank you!
10. I am addicted to tea and coconut.
I drink tea every day, coffee only on special occasions, and incorporate coconut into my diet daily. I believe coconuts have healing power, and that too much coffee can do damage. Tea is the way to go, especially cold pressed Yerba Mate.
Next week will be: My 10 Favorite Things