I had my first diary/journal on my 4th grade. Since then I never stop writing.
Although it was more like of a personal account still some others made its way to our school paper from elementary, high school where I became the EIC up until uni days.
Few years back, I won a company-wide essay writing contest with the
theme on how to reduce our food print.
-Writes technical laboratory standard operating procedures
-Performs copy editing and proofreading of legal papers
-Disciplined writer, dedicating 2 hours (or more) a day to the writing craft
I have years of experience with office and admin works which involved from project management and training tasks to data entry,research,making reports and even making personal errands.
I read as much as I can including publications (with same content) both written in our vernacular and in English on a regular basis. This helped me make a solid hold on English language more, especially in terms of vocabulary.
Writing for me started as a hobby and as I grew older I began to love it even more. I take delight when I get to write about what I observe and enjoy or what I'm interested in. It became more than just a hobby, it became an outlet, a way of life.
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