When Jessica sent me her interview responses, she was kind enough to also send a bio, so I’ll let her introduce herself in her own words:
Jessica from Turquoise Compass is a teacher at heart, but her true passion is traveling (especially to turquoise beaches), adventure, and trying new things. She has been to 32 countries and she is ready to see more. She has completed hundreds of items on her bucket list and encourages others to live life to the fullest, while taking advantage of every opportunity that comes.
Name and blog:
Jessica from Turquoise Compass
Fun fact about you:
My mother raised me and my two brothers all on her own.
I went skydiving for my 31st birthday.
I once hitch hiked in Mexico with some Mexican truck drivers—the longest 12 hours of my life…that’s another story.
What do you think has been essential to your success as a bucket list blogger?
Believing that it is never too late to dream a new dream and that anything is possible.
What was something that surprised you about blogging?
The amazing blogging community—I never imagined being welcomed and supported (especially in the beginning) by a group of strangers.
Who or what inspires you?
My mother inspires me, along with my own personal drive to achieve more out of life.
What is your all-time favorite bucket list item (of yours or someone else’s)?
If you had to describe your blog in 6 words or less, what would you say?
Travel, Teach, Take, Try, Transmit, Turquoise
If you weren’t doing anything related to your bucket list, what would you be doing in your free time?
Teaching and learning.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
“When diverse worlds come together, beauty is inevitable”
-Erin Gruwell from the Freedom Writers
Thanks, Jessica, for sharing your time and thoughts with us!
Want to keep reading? You can read more about Jessica and her adventures on her blog Turquoise Compass, which also has links to all of her social media accounts.
Who else do you want to see interviewed? If you have an inspiring person in mind, please let me know using the contact form or comments below.
Thanks so much for sharing my story!
Jessica, Turquoise Compass
Thanks for doing the interview! 🙂
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