My top 5 strengths are discipline, competition, communication, responsibility and interpersonalization. On paper, I sound incredibly boring. Highly organized, but boring nonetheless. I do encompass all of the above strengths, but I am anything but boring. I have a great sense of humor that gets me out of a lot of awkward situations…and in some, if I’m honest. I am an introvert by nature, but put me in a very comfortable environment and my extroverted self rapidly emerges. Also, I love cheese.
I am known for being on top of it. I feel confident that every person I have worked with closely would tell you that I am a go-getter who looks to thoroughly learn and master the process. If it needs to be organized, I’ll organize it. If it needs to be alphabetized, I’ll alphabetize it. If it needs to be laminated, I LOVE IT!
I can genuinely say that I love what I do. I get excited about taking a file from its infant stage, creating a full picture and seeing it through to completion. It’s like art for an organizational nerd.
I run the gamut on post work activities. You can find me anywhere from the couch watching my shows to running 10 miles along the Springwater Corridor with my husband. I also love walking around the city with a cup of coffee, stopping off at the mall, perusing Target and driving around neighborhoods where we might buy a house.
No, but now I really want a medallion.
Probably TV. Why do I immediately feel slothful after saying that?
Any time I can help someone financially, I consider that an achievement.
I’m obsessed with Redfin right now. My husband and I plan to buy within the next year so I literally can’t stop looking at houses. Except when I’m at work, of course…