My story

I was born and raised in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado.

I spent the majority of my life there, with exception to my 4 years at University in Grand Junction, Colorado and my semester spent studying abroad in Almeria, Spain.

I got my Bachelor’s of Arts in Media Strategy and Applications and a minor in Applied Professional Spanish.

After all that time spent living in Colorado, I decided to embrace a new adventure & opportunity and moved to the East Coast with my boyfriend, Christopher.


In good time, I acquired a position at the English Language Institute (ELI) at the University of Delaware. I am now an International Student Recruitment Specialist – which means I recruit international students to attend a variety of world-class intensive English programs offered by the ELI. I’ve never been happier.

I live in the middle of no where. Nothing but vast corn fields, sprawling farmland, back roads and a local saloon to keep the locals hydrated. My favorite part about living in such a rural place is the wildlife that rules the area. There are so many beautiful birds – and the flora and fauna is a sight to be seen!

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I have a Pekin duck named Kevin (because I never met a Kevin I didn’t like) and three (can you believe it) cats named Lux, Rojo and Beatrice.

Chris and Kev
Christopher and Kevin, the duck

I have a massive love for animals and animal welfare, so I volunteer at the nearest shelter, Cecil County Animal Shelter. My lifestyle also reflects my love of animals. From not eating meat to composting and recycling – it’s all for the animals!

Okay, okay it’s for the future of this planet, too!

In addition to that, I love to travel & explore, go to the beach, hike, and garden! I am craft obsessed and often smell like some combination of essential oils.

I am Being Bohemian Business Casual. Welcome to my life.


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Being Bohemia Business Casual is a collection juxtaposing the unconventional and professional. It’s an exploration of art and imagination peppered with the ordinary and routine. It’s more than surviving the 9 to 5 – it’s about thriving the 9 to 5. Join me as I navigate a budding career and the world around me as best as I know how.

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