Perfect toss

The last few months have been pretty amazing. I went from being a lost puppy without direction to fulltime employment doing what I love.  I also graduated, finally putting an end to my six year arts degree marathon.

How did I pull all this off?


I finished my internship at HootSuite three weeks ago. It obviously blows not getting paid for your efforts (they laughed when I asked about subsidizing my bus pass). That being said I think interning is more about learning than anything else. My hope was that the internship would turn into a full-time gig. The last half of the internship got a bit stressful as I tried to plan for life after the internship.

9 to 5ish



Lucky for me, I got hired on and am now getting paid for the fruit of my labour (still not sure what they were thinking on that one). It’s pretty amazing getting paid doing something you love. I never pictured myself doing the 9 to 5 daily grind with all the clock punching, TPS reports (new cover sheet) and water cooler talk that comes with it.  At HootSuite, it doesn’t feel like work (is that cliché enough?); I get to go in and hangout with awesome people all day.


As I reflect on how my things have changed for me over the last few months, I sometimes find it hard to believe where I’m at.  I think gratitude is such an underappreciated trait. Some rarely take stock of the importance of being grateful. In my case, I can’t stop thinking about how fortunate I’ve been. There are some amazing people who’ve helped me get where I’m at today. People have taken chances on me, and for that I am truly thankful.


One of my regrets over the past month is that I haven’t blogged, for the few that actually read this, I apologize. I don’t want to be blogging just for the sake of blogging. A lot of thought goes into most of my posts, so I’m pretty cautious with posting blogs that I don’t feel are up to par.  This blog represents so much for me; as a natural introvert, it allows me to put gather my thoughts and express myself. It’s also one of the reasons I landed at HootSuite in the first place (thank god they didn’t look at my resume).

More updates coming at you soon.