The Kick Off Post

Welcome, all!

I‘ve been sitting on ideas for a blog for a long time now. I haven’t come up with anything that I was excited about – until now.

My name is Rayonna Rademacher. I am a 22 year old senior at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. I will be graduating May 2014 with a degree in Marketing and a minor in Spanish. I’m currently on the hunt for a big girl job that will pay the bills and keep me busy.

I grew up here in Fargo, North Dakota. For all of you who don’t know, Fargo and Moorhead are basically the same city just divided by the Red River so they happen to be in different states. Therefore, I claim them both as home.

I don’t live a very exciting life. I’ve taken an interest in Twitter in the last year. (Psst follow me @rayonna) I’ve been self-educating on social media marketing for awhile now thanks to bloggers. I also enjoy reading, writing, art, photography, and spending time with friends and family. I LOVE to travel. I’ve lived in Spain for 3 years and I studied abroad in Argentina for 5 months. I’ve always been the social type so this blog makes sense. I want to connect with others out there on the big ol’ web.

‘Where do I see this blog’ going you may ask. Well, as of right now, I have many topics I’d like to share with you. Basically this is going to be a hub for young adults looking for some information on living the life of a 20-something. Adjusting to living alone, paying bills, cooking, and just having fun are all topics I’m going to cover. I’m very excited to give you my advice and experiences and then turn on my listening ears (reading eyes I suppose) to hear what you have to say.

I WANT to read comments from you. So PLEASE tell me what you like and what you don’t like. Fill me in on other ideas that you use in your life. I want to learn just as much as I help others. Let’s take this time to get to know each other better – starting NOW!

What do you want to know about? That’s it. Ask me. Ask me anything.

Ready? Set? Go!


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