“Human nature is not black and white, but black and grey” – Graham Greene
In 2010 whilst working for a large corporate company, a friend and colleague introduced me to the Free Range Human movement. This ignited a spark in me that remained, until recently, just a small glow of opportunity. Free range is about breaking out of the cubicle and getting out in to the world, exploring opportunities and doing what you do best.
Liminal (adj) – Occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold.
My liminality means that I don’t fit in to a box, I don’t have a single career and I am very flexible. I am a generalist that can apply myself to a multitude of different tasks and challenges. I always revel in change and new opportunities.
I have lived on 4 continents, I have degrees in Marine Biology and a masters degree in Project Management. I have worked in such diverse industries and roles as IT Project management to scuba diving instructor. Hotel manager to web designer. English editor to Au Pair. Sailing instructor to Executive Assistant.
After 10 years in the telecommunications industry in Australia, I moved to Vietnam where after managing a hotel for a number of years, I have stepped in to the world of freelancing and now work for a number of people doing a number of different things.