February 21–27, 2022
Weekly About Me Stories Newsletter — 02|21–27|22
New Introductions to About Me Stories!
I am seriously encouraged by those who write and publish daily. However, that is a tall order for me at this present time and so whilst I applaud you, beautiful peeps, for your outstanding achievements, I will stay in my lane but will endeavour to aim for that goal in the not too distant future.
I am 51 years young with a great son. I love raising him and look forward to him being a caring, strong, and smart young man soon.
In the real world, I am a 27 year old financial analyst who spends a disgusting amount of hours analyzing finance.
Truly, its fine.
About Me — Anh Dao Pham
I’m a 40-something year-old Vietnamese-American author with a husband, two kids and a dog. Why do I write?
I write because I not only want to expose my children to role models, I want to be one for them.
My favorite place to be was the library, with its treasure trove of books. Mythology, horse stories, and classics, like Little Women, transported me to other worlds and experiences far beyond the confines of tiny Edon, Ohio where I grew up.
I’m Noran. I write on things I care about, from learning and personal development to politics and social issues. I work as a software engineer at Google, though all opinions I share online are entirely my own.
I don’t have all of the answers, but perspective and education help inform decisions. Take what someone says, add it to what someone else says, et cetera, and add that to your own personal knowledge and history … you will get to the answer that is best for you.
My lack of courage explains my resistance to publish my writing in the past. It explains the resistance I’m confronting right now. The difference this time is I have the courage to share what I’ve learned and what I continue to discover.
So, one me is a poet, one an actor, one a singer, one a teacher, one a writer, one an editor, one a photographer, one an artist, one a gardener, and all a husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and friend.
I love to write about self-reflection, experiences, languages, cultures, travel, and poems. I am planning to write about mental health experience, books I have read, and feminism.
About Me — Aayushi Gupta
Something affected me daily to my core. Felt depressed and worthless yet unaware of the cause. I was trying desperately…
I hope somewhere deep inside my life story has made you think about life more intensely. How past issues of someone else can impact your present. I hope to get new learnings and continuous improvement at every stage of my life.
I want to write something that people look up to, a book full of my experiences and for that, I am ready to explore the world and fill the void of knowledge. Being a content writer, I would pour myself into the pool of knowledge no matter what it is about, I will write my heart out.
I began writing for Medium over two and a half years ago. I am eclectic. My writing has evolved from publishing a few stories monthly to publishing daily. I currently write exactly 75 words, not one word more; not one word less. I always add a joke to every story I write, mostly very bad puns. I write about Python, Victorian short stories from 1896, Monthly humour, Python Turtle, Trump, poetry, and short fiction.
I write about anything I find interesting. I find it hard to fit myself into one niche because I have many different interests and I do not like to be restricted in my writing experience. For those who do prefer labels: If you look at my recently published posts, most of them are tagged with technology, life(style), or creativity. Make of it what you will.
I hope that writing on Medium will allow me to communicate with other writers. I want to share my love and knowledge of Paris from an American perspective. Finally, I would like to support other writers as we move toward greatness.
I’ve discovered one way I can do that is through writing. Sharing my experiences, being vulnerable, and helping them through their emotions to prevent burning out from a career they once loved.
I don’t want others to experience the fear and sorrow I’ve been through. Whether that be from spiritual hardships or the mundane. If anyone has been through something similar to what I have I hope they can find some sense of solace in my words. You are not alone or unloved. No one ever suffers alone. There’s always a way out.
About me — Emmanuel A. Anderson
A public educator, life transformational, and business leadership coach. Someone passionate about helping people…
So, if you have read some of my write-ups and all you’ve seen in them is purpose, self-discovery, and things relating to how we can transform our lives as individuals for meaningful experiences while here on the planet, this is my reason.
I’m the same as everybody else, yet, I’m different and unique in my own way. Not just because of my origin, after all, my homeland doesn’t define who I am, neither does the place where I live in. I believe it’s me who can define myself.
Eulyn Webb Paul Neathery Cornelius Schmeckelman Anh Dao Pham Debbra Lupien, Voice of the Akashic Records Noran Azmy Daemon Littlefield Kelsea Daulton Ronald C. Flores-Gunkle Aun Gregg Aayushi Gupta Sahil Wassan Jim McAulay🍁 Loes Crama Rebekah Arana Casie Lamp Exorcistinpink Emmanuel A. Anderson Lina Appreciating these writers for being open and confident enough to share their journey unto this what we call life with all of us!
You are all wonderful!