Thursday, May 29, 2008

Wanna know more about me?

I saw this over at A Spot of T's ...

What were you doing ten years ago?
I was working a contract marketing position with a large life insurance company in their group retirement department. I was living alone in an apartment in High Park. I was a month away from being legally divorced. I was taking an improv course at Second City.

What are five things on your to-do list for today (not in any particular order)?
1. Laundry
2. Wait for the cable guy to come by (we were having Internet problems yesterday)
3. Conduct an retirement/investment seminar
4. Finish reading Bad Monkeys
5. Blog

What are some snacks you enjoy?
Popcorn, pretzels and tortilla chips

What would you do if you were a billionaire?
I like my life as it is ... so probably the only that would change would be that I wouldn't have to worry about working. But I don't need billions ... $5 million would be enough!

What are five places where you have lived?
I've moved around a lot so here are the the last five places I've lived:

1. Toronto, ON
2. Antigonish, NS
3. Sydney, NS
4. Glace Bay, NS
5. Baddeck, NS

What are five jobs you have had?
Here are my last five jobs:

1. Freelancer (trainer/presenter, PowerPoint presentation designer and copywriter) ~ current
2. Manager, Client Communications, with a group retirement plan provider
3. Education Specialist, Group Retirement Services, with a large insurance company
4. Program Manager, Retirement Employee Education, with a large mutual fund company
5. Product Scriptwriter, Product Design, with a company providing interactive telephone products

What were the last five books you read?
1. Bad Monkeys - Matt Ruff
2. Sorrow's Anthem - Michael Koryta
3. Red, White and Drunk All Over - Natalie MacLean
4. The Dirt on Clean - Katherine Ashenburg
5. Tonight I Said Good Bye - Michael Koryta

What are five web sites you visit daily (in no particular order)?
1. Facebook
2. It's all about me!
3. Yahoo mail
4. Single Horizons
5. Blog buds


Isabel said...

if I was a billionaire one of the firt things I'd do is take a vacation.

Joy T. said...

This is great, I love that you took an improv course! So very cool.