Versatile Blogger Award

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Thank you to the very sweet Rachael over at Rachael’s Ramblingss for nominating me for The Versatile Blogger Award! It’s been close to nine months now since I started ThirtyNWordy and it’s been a blessing in disguise to become a part of this community with such interesting, talented people from all over the world!

 

The rules when nominated are:

  1. Thank the person that nominated you and include the link to their blog.
  2. Nominate 15 blogs of your choice.
  3. Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination.
  4. Share seven facts about yourself.

 

Seven facts about me:

  1. My dream job is to be a travel writer.
  2. Two places I would love to visit in the next five years are Alberta, Canada and the Greek Islands.
  3. I love to cook. If it weren’t for a little thing called calories, I’d cook and bake all of the time.
  4. I have worked in the accounting industry for 10 years this year! Although it is not at all what I ever pictured myself doing, I’ve come to appreciate the stability and flexibility it has offered me and the valuable things I have learned from it.
  5. I absolutely love books and bookstores. I could browse and sit in a bookstore for hours (if only they weren’t nearly extinct). Writing has only enhanced this love.
  6. My first job was at a deli when I was 16. I learned to cook so many different things there and loved talking to all of the regulars every day. That is also where I believe my coffee addiction began, as I would make myself a drink with the espresso machine every morning.
  7. My favorite sport is baseball. I didn’t learn to enjoy the sport until I was an adult, but I’m definitely glad I did.

 

My nominations:

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Versatile Blogger Award

    1. Thank you, glad you appreciated it! My taste in author’s and genre’s is pretty eclectic! I went through a big time Sophie Kinsella phase (when I was in to reading more “fluffy” type books). She’s great for a fun, easy read. I also went through a Barbara Taylor Bradford phase. Her fictional characters and story lines kept me intrigued. The past few years have been more about self help, enlightening type books. Allan Lokos is amazing in my opinion. I am reading my first fictional book in a while and it’s called The Dollhouse by Fiona Davis. I am about half way through and I am hooked!! So if you’re into fiction, give it a read!

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      1. Sounds like some great reads! Looks like I’m going to need to make a trip to the bookstore. I’ve been into self help books lately as well. I really enjoyed the gratitude diaries and you are a badass.

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