Hello world, it’s me.

Ok, that was pretty lame… and basic, but I will be up front when I say that “creator of titles” is nowhere on my resume. Instead, you can find “Hollister stock chick” and “Car SalesYoungWoMan” and “Best server in Dallas” and “I’ve-worked-in-every-freaking-industry-what-the-fuck-do-I-do-now” and more. My skills have a wide variety; from selling the shit out of a phone case to being too blunt and to constantly striving to be the best in everything that I do.

To fill a status quo, I’m a millennial that knows what she wants and what she wants to do, yet is still wandering and fumbling through it all. To be honest, I did not realize that I was a part of that stereotype until I started listening to podcasts by millennials, about millennials. And I’m pretty sure I did a super millennial thing by placing myself in that category.

I watch whole threads of Facebook videos, especially about dogs. I follow my zodiac sign (a PROUD Aquarius at that) and I believe in things like life path numbers. I’m left brain dominant and I know it. My color test result is a blue-red and my love languages are quality time and words of affirmation.

I swear, I’m not trying to match anyone and I didn’t mistake this site for Tinder. But, if you’re still following along- thaaaaanks. Why am I rambling? What do I get out of telling the world wide web any of this? Nothing. But that’s what I do. I don’t really have a filter; if there’s something on my mind, I say it. I wear my heart on my sleeve and it’s not always emotional or sensitive. I love who I am and I don’t want to be anything in this world other than this.

Now, what do I want out of this life? What am I going to accomplish? You’ll see. I promised myself I’d keep this intro short and sweet. But this isn’t the last of me.

Stay tuned.

Emily LaBori