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About Olivia

Olivia is a writer and a dreamer. She grew up in a health food store, but always loved the good things in life, food and dessert; she learned to cook and bake healthy but delicious food to feed her numerous cravings. She has been known to make a great dinner out of nothing, and to feed her husband gluten-free black bean brownies without hearing a complaint.

She has been a journalist and a communications professional writing for local, national and international publications about immigration, education, business, food and DIY natural beauty. In her professional life she has had the opportunity to meet many successful individuals as well as many struggling families. She has yet to find someone who doesn’t have an interesting story to tell.

Olivia playing cowgirl

Olivia playing cowgirl

Olivia wants to be serious and intellectual, but doesn’t know why. She is an outgoing introvert whose evaluation at three years of age “doesn’t have a concept of time,” still stands. She has lived in two continents and seven cities, and has traveled enough to know that she wants to travel a lot more. She currently lives in the Philadelphia-area.

Most of all, Olivia is a mom, a wife, a sister and a daughter. She is also a friend who has been lucky enough to find and maintain friendships around the world.

5 Responses to “About Olivia”

  1. Giota

    Congratulations on you new blog!!! I like it! I wish you much success 🙂 Good luck girl!
    XXXX & XOXOXO

    Reply

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