about me

ABOUT

Surf MitaMarie is the poster child of those who live life to the fullest. She is a professional events manager with over 15 years experience ranging from street fairs to larger scale national festivals, carnivals and competitions. She followed her heart, and ran away from a world filled with events to work with her husband managing a race car team.

getting away from it allAfter a 5-year stint as a wrench monkey and living on the road 10 months per year, she woke up one morning without a job when her team lost its key sponsorship.

With her relentless energy and passion, she has been known to single-handedly take on the demands of multiple staff. Her dynamic attitude thrives in a fast-paced environment, and her personal approach offers a welcome attention to detail to any project.

Marie can be found wherever the fun is, and that’s no mere coincidence. Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows seem to follow her every place she goes. Whether its time to work or play, Marie is a blast to be around. She is a highly dedicated worker and always strives to succeed by doing the impossible and making things happen! She is very passionate about her work and her life which are usually intricately linked.

Mi CasaWhen she is not bruising her body on the roller derby track, she can be found sailing the warmer waters with her best friend Leo. Lucky that she is, Leo is also her husband.

One day she plans on running away and joining the circus…

SHE BLAH-BLAH-BLOGS!

She has been blogging since 2003, but created my cyber house rules in May of 2010. She is currently writing her first novel. This blog is where she tones her writing skills and tries different styles, voices and topics.

She considers herself a Jackie-of-all-trades to such a point she bought the domain for the title. Find out more about her via her online resume and professional portfolio.

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When I grow up I will run away and join the circus…

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