Three months ago when I told my then-boss that I was going to resign, he asked me why, and I told him, “it’s time to chase my dreams“. To which he replied, “Okay, I’m not about to get in the way of chasing dreams, but give me a month.”
So yeah, maybe I blame my former boss for this domain name too.
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I’ve been blogging since way back 6 years ago, not really knowing that my online juvenile drama will take me where I am now. Also, I recently admitted to myself, and with the blogosphere as my witness, that I’m a writer — because I love (and hate) writing, and because there are things that one has to do for a living, and for me, writing is one of them.
I graduated with a degree in Communications Research at UP Diliman. I started out my career as web copywriter in 2005 (fresh out of college), albeit unaware that I was already doing what I later learned was Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Two years into the industry, I worked as a full-time SEO Manager at US Auto Parts, from September 2006 to March 2009. Now, I work home-based for a small business in UK, overseeing and implementing various Internet Marketing operations. I also manage my very own online boutique, www.thedreamerie.com.
Vintage dresses. Romantic comedies. Sunsets. Fluffy pillows. Chuck Taylors. Coffee. Road trips. Food trips. Guitar music.
Obsessive compulsive. Manic depressive. Reckless driver (you don’t want me to drive your car). Impulsive shopper. Frustrated dancer and poet. Nocturnal. Clumsy. Unathletic. Scatter brained (I misplace things all the time!).
I grew up in a Christian family, my Dad was a pastor, and my Mom, a Bible School graduate. Our church is like second home to me. Growing up, I’ve come to believe in God as my Lord and Savior, and that there’s no other way to live this life but to live it for Him.