Long time no chat. I'm coming at you today as a twenty-year-old, which basically feels like being a nineteen-year-old (in case you were wondering). I thought I'd give you all a little update on my life and let you know where we go from here.
My college graduation is in about two-ish weeks (May 13th)! I am graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication (with honors!). The honors part doesn't really matter, but I worked really hard for it, so I'm going to say it. I'm pretty pumped to walk across the stage and get this college thing over with. It's been about 15 years in the making.
The future is looking pretty bright, guys! I'm working on 'Mar & Me' this summer, which is my first feature film. I'm also working on a short film called 'Human', which I'm submitted to a big-deal film festival. In June Joanie B. and I head to Chicago for Write-to-Publish. Then in Sept. we have the movie premiere and the London trip (complete with awesome documentary filming!). And Oct. wraps it up with a two-week Italian and Greek adventure on a Viking cruise. After that, 2018 is going to be all about 'Homefront', my military family documentary.
I'm looking to continue Positive Note Network, but to focus much more on filmmaking. This means scripted and reality stuff. It means shorts and features. It means everything film. I have so many ideas and such a passion for what I'm doing. I can't wait to dive in head first and see how well I swim. Yes, there will be times when I need a Lifeguard (THE LIFEGUARD) to pull me from the waves and reset my life, but overall I feel ready to swim in the deep end.
Hopefully I can start blogging more. I like vlogging, don't get me wrong, but I also love writing. We'll treat this like my little diary. Sound good?! Make sure to bookmark this page and keep up with the adventure. ALSO interact with me in the comments. I love you all and can't wait to chat with you.
What are your summer plans? LET ME KNOW!
This blog is a glimpse into my crazy life as a twenty-something female entrepreneur navigating life as the co-owner of a mother-daughter business. Things get pretty insane, but we make it all work.