This is the picture I use for my about page on Alegna Soap®. If you read my About page you can find out that I am a licensed and certified Medical Technologist, as a child I loved my perfume kit and I’ve been making soap for many years. There are things you may not know about me though. I thought as a way of getting to know each other, I’d share some of them.
Did you know?
I sing when I make soap. Actually, I sing all the time. In the car, in the shower, while I’m cooking. Usually country music. I’m loud and a little off key. But my husband still thinks I sound great, which is one of the reasons why I love him.
I love chocolate and cheese. But not at the same time.
My library card is the most used card in my wallet. More than my charge card. In fact, it’s been replaced more times than I can tell you because the numbers become unreadable after a while.
On the rare occasion that I get a mani-pedi, I never get nail polish on my fingernails.
I’ve always been a nervous and anxious person. Starting Alegna Soap® was the first step I took out of my comfort zone. A little late in my life but a step in the right direction.
My morning drink is decaffeinated tea with skim milk. Unless I wake up with a headache, and then it’s a little coffee with a ton of sugar and whole milk.
If I had to choose between the beach and mountains, I’d choose mountains.
When I was a child, I twirled my hair. It’s a habit I never grew out of. Most of the time, I don’t even realize I’m doing it.
I love garage sales and thrift shops. I love the thrill of finding some great treasure for next-to-nothing.
I don’t like beer or wine, and I don’t drink often. I do like a margarita with Mexican food. (On the rocks with no salt)
When I feel stressed out, I organize and make lists. Putting things in order gives me the illusion of control and helps me feel better.
For exercise I like to walk and do yoga, and I don’t do either one enough.
I rarely wear a bracelet or necklace, but I always wear earrings.
I try very hard to see the good in life and to be grateful for everything I have.
Now, how about you tell me something I don’t know about you? Use the comments below. I’d be grateful if you did.
Yours in Gratitude,