I know what a bunch of you would say, “Jessica, you’ve had approximately 600 blogs in the past few years, why do you keep changing?” I wish my answer was simple, but before you shake your head in shame I PROMISE, this will be the last time I do a blog switch-a-roo. I have kissed many toads and have finally found my prince charming…in the sense of finding the right blog site…if you will.
Moving along, the past couple years I’ve been working with WordPress, whether it be for Toronto Observer or CHAOS Magazine, and I found I’ve grown a liking to the site. A great liking. Thus, I will now permanently situate my name on THIS blog from now until forever. Amen.
I guess I can start off by introducing myself to those who don’t know me.
The name is Jessica and I’m a fourth year student at the University of Toronto (voted best school in Canada and 19th in the entire world, ayy yoo). I’m one of those crazy reporter kids who have either a) asked you for a quote b) taken a picture of you unexpectedly or c) handed you one of my articles for shameless self-promotion. If you haven’t guessed, I’m a Journalism major, with minors in English Literature and Drama.
I wish I can say I’ll be graduating this year, but indeed I will be back at U of T in the Fall (just one semester…hopefully) to finish up my credits.
When I finally have that expensive paper in my hand, and move the tassel on my graduation cap left to right (or is it right to left?), I’m in hopes of becoming a fashion journalist – magazine or broadcast. Or I’ll marry rich. Haven’t decided which one’s the better option. 😉
I’m half Chinese, half French. I love hockey and soccer, played both sports all my life. I’m currently the Blog Manager for CHAOS Magazine. My favourite food is anything involving sweet potato fries or guacamole. Grey’s Anatomy is my favourite show, and I have a slight obsession with Ryan Gosling.
There, that information should suffice.
If you want to tweet me, you certainly can! @Jessica_Moy!
Want to know more? Keep reading my blog – trust me, it’s never a dull moment.