Family traditions can tell us so much about where we come from, and play a big part in who we become and what we bring to the world. I come from a family of winemakers....
Here, I blogged about my first time speaking in front of a large group when I first started working for RedHead full-time! "I’ve come a really long way from junior high. In those days, I was introverted because of others making fun of my red hair, freckles and voting me out of the group lunch table, twice. I hid in my room in my white fuzzy robe avoiding any socialization. I had no confidence and was depressed as I struggled with awkwardly trying to interact with others." Click to read more: http://hermag.co/survive-speaking-200-people/
I don’t like gambling. It’s out of character for me. No, not at the casino, but by pursuing my passion and resigning from a great job. After contemplating for months if I should go all in, I decided to pack up my entire apartment and move 3,000 miles back to my childhood bedroom.
I was guilty of being irresponsible. I found myself scrolling aimlessly through all of my social media apps during a Grapes to Wines lecture my junior year at Cornell University. I was not paying attention because instagram was calling my name this particular day (who am I kidding, it always calls my name).