Well I did it everyone.

I completed my masters in human resource management through an online degree program at Stony Brook University and was able to obtain a 3.7 GPA. Not too bad for working full time and trying to juggle the pageant stuff and renovation towards the beginning of the semester and then all my board service on top of that. In the end, I am glad to be finished and happy with how I did. I would have loved to have gotten a 4.0 but I have learned to accept that I am not perfect and cannot do everything.

I am excited to say that I am working on the new branding and logo for the tiny professional still. I will soon have a new email address with my new domain name. I have purchased the adobe creative cloud suite to help make my layout and images more “me”. I guess it will be trial and error for a few months. I am going to try the platform where I find a host for my blog and sort of maintain everything myself. It is definitely going to be a learning curve, but since I have some more time on my hands, I am excited to see how everything turns out. I realize my readership has gone way down, since my lack of posting, but I promise to start posting much more, once I change my domain name over! I hope you all love it!

Stay tuned…

Sooner than later,

The Tiny Professional

2 Comment

  1. Cherie says:

    Hi! I understand this is sort of off-topic but I needed to ask.

    Does building a well-established blog such as yours require
    a lot of work? I’m completely new to running a blog but I do write in my
    diary on a daily basis. I’d like to start a blog
    so I will be able to share my own experience and feelings online.
    Please let me know if you have any kind of
    recommendations or tips for new aspiring bloggers.

    my web page; where can I read rice cooker reviews (Cherie)

  2. Felicia says:


    Yes, blogging does require a lot of work, but it is also very rewarding. It takes commitment to post new ideas every week and try to think of topics that we be interesting to my readers, but I don’t blog for money (like some bloggers do), I blog because I enjoy it and want to provide a great resource to people. If you enjoy writing I would definitely give blogging a chance. If you don’t like it, then that’s okay too!

    The Tiny Professional

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