“I would say I’m more fast and rapid, but I feel like my husband sees me in my slower moments. Then I’m with friends and excited. I sort of function on a frequency of going really, really fast and then crashing. [Then I have] a day of nothing that’s slow. Usually, it's a Sunday. I wake up late, I order food. It’s a self-care day. Face masks. Not a lot of internet.”
Have you always been someone that’s kind of fast and goal-oriented?
“I think there was a switch as soon as I left high school. I graduated in 2009 when the housing crisis happened. It was just a very specific time where I was unsure of my future. I developed a really serious work ethic then. I also wasn’t doing like, cool, chill editorial days, I was doing more e-commerce, and that’s a lot of work. I started to wake up earlier and grind in a new way. I’m so grateful for it now because I think it’s really helped me in my work.”