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About Me

 

Hi there, I hope you’ve been having a good day – welcome to my blog!

About Me

It’s funny how writing about literally anything else is so much easier than writing about yourself, isn’t it? Hi! I’m Katrina, a 22-year-old engineer-turned-blogger with a degree in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Journalism. Above anything else, I am passionate about helping other people, and I hope to one day use my degrees to both create and inspire change in the medical industry so that no one feels limited by their circumstances. 

I love bubble tea, live shows, acoustic guitar, and writing in my Bullet Journal. I have a strong appreciation for a good cup of coffee and a great book, and I spend way too much money on makeup and new notebooks (tbh, that’s what everyone else says, but I don’t think you can ever have too much makeup or too many notebooks!). I’ve been dancing since I was a little girl, and I still love to choreograph and dance.

When I’m not working or blogging, you can probably find me in New York City (my favorite place to ever exist!) exploring or taking a dance class. I love traveling to new places, and I even spent a semester abroad while I was in college! (Click here to find all of my posts on my adventures abroad)

About the Blog

I started Yours Truly, Katrina during my sophomore year of college because I love to write, and after seeing a bunch of wonderful college blogs online I figured I could give it a go, too! It is meant to be a place for me to record my college adventures and offer some [hopefully] helpful tips and tricks that I’ve learned along the way on college life, career preparation, and navigating life as a female in STEM. More than that, however, I hope that my blog can be a place where everyone can feel welcome. Yours Truly, Katrina was named after an old favorite song of mine that always reminded me to never settle for anything less than what I aspire to be, and I hope that I can offer a little bit of inspiration to you, too.

Thank you for stopping by, and I hope you’ll continue on this journey with me.

April 13, 2017
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