I’ve started and stopped so many blogs in the past that I should be embarrassed, but what I’ve come to realize is that instead of focusing on a “niche topic,” it’s best for me to focus on, well, me. The tag line of my blog, “writing, soul searching, and fangirl faves” sums up the things in life that light me up.
Writing: I love to write. It is my true passion, and I can’t remember a time in my life when I wasn’t writing. I have journals that go back almost 20 years, and letters to my gram that go back even further. To the surprise of no one, I majored in English Literature in college. By the time I graduated, I was actively penning my own stories. I spent five years as the Communications & Development Coordinator of a local charity, and it was there that I learned to hone my writing and editing skills. I’m currently the Director of Marketing & Communications for Hungry for Happiness, a position that allows me to bask in words on the daily. I also spend most of my spare time writing – screenplays with a partner and fiction on my lonesome. Annnd I’m always looking for some freelance writing to do on the side, so if you are looking to hire a writer, I’m your gal! You can connect with me through my contact page, or by leaving a comment. Also feel free to browse my writing portfolio.
Soul Searching: I am all about soul searching and personal growth. I love learning about and experimenting in woo woo mysticism, meditation, self-love, enlightenment, and anything and everything in that realm. I’m all about the journey, and I don’t think there is a finish line or a moment when we’re done or made it. We’re here to keep on living and exploring, and that’s what I plan to do (and share!).
Fangirl Faves: I’ve been a fangirl almost as long as I’ve been a writer. They may even be tied. From Ninja Turtles and Captain Planet to Marvel and DC comics, I am a card-carrying fangirl of so many fandoms. I think what it comes down to is: I love storytelling.
Thank you so much for visiting my little corner of the internet!
– Pam Przybylski (Priz-uh-bill-skee)