About this blog: In June 2010, I created So It Must Be True with the hope of sharing a few scattered thoughts with anyone who would listen. Three years later, this blog has become much more than that. So It Must Be True has essentially become the story of a young college-student-turned-college-grad learning about the world around her and developing her own truths.
Read a few posts and you’ll quickly learn that everything inspires me – from classic literature to crazy reality television – and I try to make connections between pop culture and real life. I like to sprinkle in a little humor when possible, and although I don’t generally write about the events that are currently taking place in my life, each post carries a piece of me with it. My readers have been incredibly supportive, and I am fortunate to hear from each of you.
About Me: My name is Valerie Moses and I recently received my Bachelor of Arts in Advertising & Public Relations, along with a minor in Hospitality Management. I love learning about brand development and how companies communicate with their target audiences, and I am blessed to have the opportunity to combine my passion for writing with my love for event planning.
In May 2013, I began my big-girl job as a marketing professional in the financial services industry, and it has been a dream come true! In the past, I have interned in public relations, written freelance for a local paper and worked as an undergraduate career counselor. My writing has been featured in The South Florida Sun Sentinel’s Teenlink, Insight Magazine and Florida MD (so far!). Some samples are listed on my Portfolio page.
Looking For a Writer? I am always looking for new adventures and opportunities in writing, so please visit my Contact page if you’re looking for a writer or guest blogger! I can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On a Personal Note: My celebrity idol/style icon is Audrey Hepburn. I enjoy watching historical documentaries (nerd alert!), wandering around Pinterest, taking pictures and attempting new recipes/not burning down the kitchen. I also love traveling and creating my own itineraries — I’m definitely a planner! I’m an INTJ/INFJ depending on the day of the week, and I’m always up for some bad reality TV.