Hello everyone! This is Nancy, and I thought this is a great opportunity to share a bit more about myself. Some of you may know me from my previous blog. I’m still the same person as I was before but might as well have content about myself on this site. I have been blogging consistently for over 12 years; the blogging world has changed so much over time. I’m willing to adapt to the times while still incorporating the personal factor into my work. I’ll still share how you can have a great time in Los Angeles within 24 hours, but from my own perspective, share hidden gems from my own findings.
Many people know I’m passionate about my career in cybersecurity. My interest in this field started about 10 years ago when I was still in high school. My journey has been worthwhile, from learning the basics of IT, to giving technical cybersecurity recommendations. I always go above and beyond in my role, from being a mentor to interns through our internship program to creating and leading a program that identifies risks in the environment.
Over the years, I learned that buying something I really want upfront is better than buying a ton of things I thought would be just as good. This taught me a lesson about money too, about how I’d end up spending more money than I would have in the first place. At the same time, I learned to be content with what I have instead of wanting more. There may be times when money is tight. The decision between waiting or picking one cheaper alternative can be tough. Just don’t go overboard – the same goes for when money isn’t as tight. Take care of your own happiness. There are many approaches to minimalism. This is one of the ways I approach minimalism from my perspective.
I love hands-on activities. This includes cooking and plating delicious meals (the more Michelin-star like, the better), playing games, art, and all of that good stuff. If you ask me about my makeup collection, I’ll rave about my Chanel stash, except I’d have one of each item at most. I’m also the type of person who loves listening to trap music while running scripts at work. PS. I love handbags for some reason.
My ideal day would consist of waking up early in the morning and having a nice vanilla sweet cream cold brew. Knock out all of the things on my to-do list, get a good exercise in, and cooking some healthy meals. I’m a simple person, but I do like the good things in life.
Thanks for sticking around! Feel free to send me some questions for a future Q&A!