Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Tuesday Thoughts Week 2

What did you do this past weekend?
This past weekend was a busy one! KHK had an away game Friday evening, so I headed to a friend's house and watched the game. Saturday was filled with a hockey game of my own (a tough loss to an incredibly talented team) and then a night out with my team! Sunday, another hockey game for Nick- and another win!

What are your top 5 places you've traveled to?
This is a tough decision…but in no particular order: Munich for Oktoberfest, Las Vegas, Cancun, Sweden (yes I consider this travel!), and strangely enough, Milwaukee (first time, I went with my MOH for the fourth of July with her family. Second time, I went without her and took Nick to Summerfest & visited her family!) 

What are you listening to right now?
Right now I'm listening to the Beatles. They have been my study music for several years- and being that I'm currently procrastinating my homework, they are on in the background!

Name the first three things you do in the mornings.
Of course, this depends on the morning- but usually, I spend some time on my phone checking e-mails and such. Now that I've started running again, my next step is getting my running clothes on and heading out the door! This morning, I woke up and checked e-mails, showered, and headed out the door to a coffee shop to study. 

What did you study in school?
I got my undergraduate degree in Entrepreneurial Management from the University of Minnesota. Currently, I am working towards an International Masters of Business Administration in Marketing. 

What is your favorite holiday?
I think my favorite holiday would have to be Christmas. When I was growing up, it was always a very busy time of the year- we would always go to either Bemidji, Minnesota, or to North Dakota to visit our extended family for Christmas Eve. Then, on Christmas Day, we would drive to the other house and spend the rest of the holiday with them. Combine that with snowmobiling, pond hockey, delicious food, and tons of family time, there is nothing better. One of my favorite traditions has always been at church singing "Silent Night" with all of the lights turned off and everyone holding candles. This year, while I couldn't be there, my family sent me videos so I felt like I was still a part of everything!

What is your best achievement to date?
I think my best achievement would have to be graduating from college with my bachelor's degree in 3 years. I studied at one of the best business schools in the country and was able to finish my degree a year early, while being involved in other activities and working the whole time. 

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