ABOUT TATTOOS IN SUBURBIA
First and foremost, Tattoos in Suburbia is here for you!!
I’m not a counselor, financial planner or professional baker. Nor will I be in the near future, so lets get to what Tattoos in Suburbia is all about.
- Finance ~ Help you better understand finance. Assist you in better financial management. Show you how to make money work for you.
- Baking ~ Easy way to make healthy, but quick meals for the family.
- PTSD / Anxiety ~ Create a support group for those who need it. Coupled with my personal experience and well researched information, provide tools to deal with PTSD and anxiety.
All you need to do is sit back and relax. Together, with my research and experience and your common sense, you can start building your knowledge today.
I feel very blessed to be able to start a blog. It’s an adventure, and I’m excited to see where it takes me. My desire is to reach people looking for cooking, baking or financial tips and/or suffer from anxiety.
I take short cuts. Anything that makes a process more efficient.
Lastly, being a military spouse I have a huge heart for our military.
A little bit about me
There are many reason I started a blog. Ideally, to write.
I’m excited to explore the world we live in together.
My passions include: finance, baking and helping people succeed. Additionally, I want to shed light on PTSD and anxiety.
I’m a fun loving, albeit sarcastic, individual. I look forward to meeting people from all walks of life.
In return, I also hope to get to know all of you.
I update my blog three times a week. Post are published on Tuesday and Wednesday. Sunday mornings are for a weekly round up. A way to recap weekly events.
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Education: University of Maryland, BS in Finance. Studied Marketing and Public Relations toward a MS degree.
School: Tough (I went when my daughter was 10). Math and reading are my obsession. I enjoy educating individuals on ways to improve their finances and save money.
Because I love to read, I’m a huge advocate for reading.
Additionally, I have an affinity for expensive art (tattoos), and I’m a proud Army wife. Lastly, I work for the Department of the Army.
Hobbies: riding motorcycles, baking with my daughter (we’ve baked since she was a toddler), cooking, crafting, scrap booking and being part of an awesome family.
Check out a few of my favorite posts. Tattoos in Suburbia is a well-rounded forum.
I can’t wait to interact on social media as well.