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

2 comments:

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.