a little bit about me


I really don’t like these “About Me” pages. Really, what do you really want to know?

Well, ok. Here it goes.

My name is Natalie. That’s a good place to begin. I actually started this blog because I was sick of wanting to ask all my blogging friends if I could guest post on their blogs. I keep wanting to review books I’ve read, talk about shows I’ve seen and actually display the numerous photos I’ve taken along the way of food and drinks and “foodie” events to get them off my iPhone.

So a little bit about me includes: I love singing… in my house. Alone. I am a Starbucks Gold Member (thank you), and work in the health field in Vancouver. I’m originally from cowtown Calgary, AB, but my heart and soul and life now is locally here in Vancouver where I live a mere 2 blocks from the beach.

I enjoy books of all kinds, but mainly young adult and adult fiction. I also “read” cookbooks.

I am also the Vancouver Social Media Representative for the most fantastic organization called Broadway Across Canada. They bring the best of Broadway on Tour to places like Vancouver so we westerners can get a chance to experience a little bit of The Great White Way!


2 thoughts on “a little bit about me

  1. Hi Natalie!

    Great to meet another person who’s passionate about musical theatre, blogging and social media! I would love to chat with you sometime about this stuff. I’m really wanting to improve my blog and increase and improve my social media efforts. And I want to get some advice from the best! Haha. If you want to send me an email at vincekanasoot@gmail.com, I’d love to hear from you.


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