About

Hi there!

My name is Sarah. I recently graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a communication degree, emphasis in marketing.

Friends who know the real me, better than I know me, usually describe me as possessing low tolerance for bull*&^$. I will call you out if need be so know-it-alls, watch your mouths. I am brutally honest and may not be everyone’s cup of tea.

Other than that I am a lover not a fighter, transient, have a vague direction of what I “want to be when I grow up”. It changes all the time, but I always end up going back to my original idea of what I want out of life: finding an amazing career in marketing and traveling the world until I am old or until I should start a family. Oh yes, and find a husband to live happily ever after with.

Some of my interests, when I am not reading self realization books, include listening to pandora and grooveshark, at all times. When I sleep, get dressed, shower, eat, drive, and work, music is on. My life is like a musical. You would think that my profession would revolve around the music industry and forget about pursuing a marketing career…seems only natural.

And this is my biggest downfall. I see so many opportunities that I want out of life, and I want them ALL, right now. As you can see, it would have made sense to leave this about me section as basic as possible, or nothing at all, because now I’m afraid that I have lost some of you. Still there?…

Moving back home from four years of independently living on my own in college, I should have gone insane by now (its been almost two months and I’m giving myself until Jan. to find a job before I join the Air Force as an officer). Although the road to adjustment hasn’t been easy, it is good for me to reflect and understand what it is that I really want in life, and maybe even “find myself”.

I don’t think this “about” section will ever be complete because as a 21 year old graduate, I only have a faint idea of who I am, and will only continue to fill in these pages more accurately as time unfolds.

Oh, and I almost forgot to mention,  I love love love spicy foods!

Why the heck am I reading this you might ask?

Now, your probably thinking why you should bother to read my blog. Most blogs have a clear focus, concentrating on photography, travel, cooking, etc. This particular blog will not have an identity per-se. It is for the individual who thrives off of reading about adversities, controversies, interesting facts possibly unbeknownst to many, and a wide range of topics that pop into my head. As an indecisive libra, so is the brand of my blog, unidentified. This blog will constantly be evolving as an extension of my own personal growth. I could make this a blog about building one’s identity, but that’s no fun. My blog will have multiple personalities which will be shown through different discussions that I am constantly thinking about. Further along in my blogging career there could be a focal point, but only those who stick around from the beginning will see the transformation.

Happy reading!

4 thoughts on “About”

  1. heck, if you don’t have a job, but you DO have a recent degree, AND you love spicy food…then here’s your answer: go to China or South Korea and teach English. Then from there your worldwide marketing career dream might emerge. but you will have such a good time in China or South Korea that you faint idea of who you are will expand hugely because making it on your own in another country is hugely ‘self idea’ boosting. and more than fun. Personally I would suggest China. You can learn enough Chinese while you teach English to where in about 3 years you will be pretty fluent. THEN by 24 you will have world traveler status, speaker of Chinese/English and probably have a new job in marketing with a multinational company. ..just a idea.

  2. Thank you, I am grateful for your advice. I feel some of the best solutions to my questions or concerns usually come from complete strangers. Funny how that works out. I love to travel, and I have thought about teaching English abroad, but I never thought about China or South Korea. This can definitely be something I can look into. Especially for the spicy food : )

  3. Arjun Sharma said:

    Loved ur post :)

    would appreciate it if ud visit my blog as well. thanks :)

    http://arjun1097.wordpress.com/

  4. Thank you! I’m not a regular blogger, but I try. I will definitely take a look on your blog. : )

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