Alright, buckle up, folks, because I’m about to spill the AB iced tea on how I totally rocked the pandemic like a lady boss and taught myself lots of new tricks. 

Lockdown? More like lock-and-load for my creative arsenal! While I have no formal graphic design training or website-building skills, I worked on perfecting those during those long months (years?) of lockdown. While some people were baking banana bread and dancing on TikTok, I was building brands, creating content, making online connections, and designing the spaces that the content would live in. 

My mama told me I’ve always had a flair for the creative, and I like to think I have a good sense of style. I have a distinct aesthetic and a knack for making others look good. 

But here’s the scoop: none of these mind-blowing projects would be strutting their stuff without my squad of superstar collaborators I fondly refer to as sidekicks. Seriously, these incredible folks are the wind beneath my creative wings, and we’re tighter than a pair of skinny jeans. 

So, there you have it, my pandemic power play. While others were baking soggy bread and twirling around on TikTok, I turned dreams into pixels and made the internet my sober playground. Cheers to innovation, style, and the friends who make it all a fabulous, sass-filled ride!  And cheers to all the new, never-worn hats in my future! I hope to add the “Author” hat to my collection, so ask me how it’s going and help hold me accountable. 

.PS. I’m also doing a #NOSPENDCHALLENGE #JUSTFOR2024 You can read more about that here. 



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