I used to be a big deal on FM radio in Manila when I hosted, produced, and directed weekday morning show, “Zach and Joey in the Morning,” on the now defunct 107.5 NU107.
I’m a freelance writer for hire, voiceover artist, and grandma.
Where I'm From
I spent my childhood in the Pacific Northwest, my teens, 20s, and 30s in the Philippines, and my 40s in the South, y’all.
I left everything I knew for close to thirty years and returned to a country I knew as a child so I could give my daughter a better life.
I was a single mom for twenty-three years. My daughter married three years ago, and I’ve been having a blast as Jack's Lola. (That's Filipino for Grandma!)
Starting over again at thirty-eight years old with nothing at the bottom has since paid off.
What I've Done
I've done a crap ton of stuff in my life because you know, single mom working hard to raise a daughter by herself kinda story.
- Professional voiceover
- Stage production assistant for theater and live events
- Disney character dresser for an Australian troupe
- Executive assistant
- Publicist for Philippine race car driver
- Account manager for Philippine celebrities
- Radio announcer
- Morning show host
- Uber driver
- Communications manager for Christian ministry
- Southeast Asian Games board surfing liaison
- Professional theater actress
- Stage manager
- Production manager
- Drugstore cashier
- Computer sales consultant
- Mobile device technician
- Mall housekeeping attendant
- Internet marketer
- Hotel concierge
What I Blog About
This blog is where I talk about how I’m chasing my passion for writing, designing my best year ever, and rediscovering my faith. I hope you’re inspired by my failures and successes.
And yeah, Mickey and Minnie still make me feel like I’m eight.
How I Can Help You
Are you a small business owner with no time to blog? Are you a pastor who knows blogging is important but are too busy to do it yourself? Are you looking for someone to help write a few blog posts for you once in a blue moon?
Shoot me an email if you'd like to pick my brain over a cup of coffee on how I can help.