In this collection of essays, I’ll be your guide on all of the twists and turns through my relatively short, sometimes crazy, and overwhelmingly average life.
I’ll start with my early days growing up on the outskirts of Chicago (fun fact! My hometown is home to the 5th most visited zoo in the country!). I grew up enjoying typical teen girl things. Getting my hopes up about the Cubs winning a world series, dreaming of becoming a Disney Princess, discovering the feeling of love for the first time (for deep dish pizza), and chasing my favorite boy bands around the city (I’ll get into the nitty gritty of this later).
Before I knew it, my youth was behind me and I found myself leaving the comfort of the small town life of Chicago and at the metaphorical gates of the highly acclaimed Boston University. I would stay there for 4 years and eventually receive my business degree. I had big dreams, I wanted to be a successful business woman, just like Kim Kardashian! College was great, I spent my free time being a DJ on WTBU, finding a passion for fitness classes, and of course, trying not to cripple under the immense weight of trying to excel in an incredibly competitive environment! Oh well, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, right? And as my girl Britney says, “I’m stronger than yesterday. Now it’s nothin’ but a mile away.”
Along the way, I’ll cover topics such as:
I’ll take the opportunity to tell you about the different jobs I worked in Tech, Publishing and Digital Marketing before eventually ending with how I became an SEO Coordinator at Agency 451. I won’t go into too much detail about what I do here, but basically I make sure people see your content on the search engines.
I’m just a girl, standing in front of some readers, asking them to love her. Give me a chance, I promise you won’t regret it.
Reviews about “Why So SEOrious?”
“This book was a roller coaster of emotion. I laughed. I cried. I questioned my life choices.” – Oprah
“An intellectual look inside the life of an SEO Coordinator. This girl gets it.” – Barack Obama
“Funny. Well spoken. An instant industry classic. You have to read this” – Larry Page