I am the kind of person who loves sharing who I am and what I do to my friends and I thought aside from my trips and the food I have enjoyed in my posts, let me share some more things about me, to you all. Let me take you to memory lane on some of the answers on the questions below and hopefully they can make our Timeless Thursday something fun and sentimental at the same time.
**OPTIONAL: At the end of my Q&A, I set-up a short survey about my blog that I am hoping you can take some time to answer as well. I would love to keep myself updated with your thoughts so I can better provide my dear readers and blog friends with a good blog experience with every visit.
Let me thank Julie Wunder's Blog for her take on this and I thought it would be interesting for me to answer some of her questions as well.
Maybe you would care answering 2 or 3 questions that I answered below? I would love to know more about you too through your answers to it in the comments section. Let me proceed with my questions, let's go!
1. Where did you grow up?
I was born at a hospital in Manila but I was raised all my life in my hometown in the province of Cavite in the Philippine Islands. Though I did spend a couple of years of my childhood in California where we were once immigrants (I did not push through because I was so young that time and I chose to live in the Philippines. Would have been different if I was a little more grown up I think).
2. Do you have any nicknames?
Growing up, my uncle gave me the nickname Seven. It has been derived from taking out a few letters from my real name, Stevenson, to arrive with Seven and I stuck with that until I was in college. though some college friends called me Steve so I thought I'd move forward with it. But in the office, since I work in the North America bureau, they call me Stevenson as a whole.
3. Where did you go to college?
Been dubbed as a dark green school, De La Salle University - Dasmarinas. It's just beside our city but I had to travel an hour and a half going to and going home every single day through two jeepney rides. But it was a lot better than studying in the hustle and bustle of Manila, especially that my parents will not allow me since I was just 15 years old when I entered college.
4. What did you study in college?
5. What was your first job out of college?
6. What kind of music do you like?
7. What’s one hobby that you’d like to take up?
8. What did you think you wanted to be when you grew up?
9. What’s the biggest project on your to-do list right now?
10. Have you ever traveled outside the country? If so, where?
11. When’s your next vacation and where are you going?
12. If you weren’t in your current job, what would you want to be doing?
OPTIONAL: Stevenson Que Blog Reader's Survey
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