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annieopstad
Apr 6, 2017

Introduction

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Hey ladies,

 

Looks like I`m runners up here. My name is Annie, I come from Norway but have been living more or less like a nomad for some time now - I can pack a bag in no time. I`ve been living in this crazy, wonderful city for about 1,5 yrs, and have no plans of leaving just yet.

 

I am lucky enough to be the Social Media Marketer for a yoga community here in Buenos Aires, Buena Onda Yoga (Here`s a link for those interested in more info http://www.buenaondayoga.net/). Although my work for BOY is fairly recent, they`re on their 9th year already, resulting in them already having a pretty solid brand and business model, but the growth continues.

 

My degree says I am a special needs educator, but because my inner demons and angels wants me to be my own boss, I have started my journey of learning how to be an entrepreneur and managing my own business. Knowledge I hope to combine with my degree one day, and to some level more or less save the world. So I am definitely a dreamer, but I have already seen and felt the difference one person can do, so I will as that.

 

Anyway, feel free to contact me with any question and moral support hehe. Email: annieopstad@gmail.com

 

"Together we can move mountains" Helen Keller

 

Tonislava Docheva
Apr 7, 2017

It's inspiring to hear you motivation and passion Annie! I'm especially excited to see where your idea about the volunteering platform will lead you to! Keep us updated on that xx

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