Who I am: My Passions and My Dreams

Posted in lifestyle, Personal
on August 3, 2015

First off, welcome to my blog. I have been continuously flip-flopping on becoming a blogger for quite some time and finally decided to test the waters. I’ve decided to publicly broadcast my inner thoughts, my knowledge, and everything in between.

I am a recent graduate of Roanoke College, where I achieved a B.A. of Communication Studies. Since language was a requirement at Roanoke, I studied French. Eventually, I loved it so much it became my minor. I think for that I have to thank my trip to Paris, and one very persuasive professor. I am a proud alumna of Alpha Sigma Alpha, a sisterhood of women who all have contributed to the woman I am today.

Being twenty-one, I am still discovering who I am and what my interests are and that’s okay. What I do know is that I love writing, adventuring, and I’m attempting to seek the best in everything. I am always powered by way too much coffee and sometimes too much rosΓ©. I’ve been told by the infamous Meyers-Briggs that I’m an ENFJ, which apparently means I’m a protagonist….still trying to work on that one.

I someday aspire to have a successful career in Social Marketing & Communications, which is why I spend way too many hours reading articles about apps, PR, SEO, social marketing, and media trends. Seriously, if you were to ask my friends they would say I ignore them and then respond an hour later, “Sorry, I was reading articles about ____.” They’re never surprised….

So I am here to navigate my dreams and follow my passion. Despite the many people asking “why do you want to blog? Like, what would you even blog about?”, I still decided to do this; because to me, it matters. If you’re currently reading this then I already owe you a thank you. Thank you for joining me in this crazy, confusing and fun endeavor of blogging. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

Emily Riane


  • Welcome to the blogging community! It’s a beautiful one! The infamous, “Why blog? What could you possibly have to say?” question will never go away. But that’s why you dig deeper to find your niche and you find that you do have quite a bit to say.

    Penn&Quill || Robin

    • dumas.r.emily@gmail.com

      Thank you, Robin!

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