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My Profession: Freelance Administration and Business Support at admin2go My Family: I‘m very close to my sister Sam, brother Olly and Dad My Place of Birth: Hitchin When you were young what did you want to be: A doctor Who was your hero? My Mum My 1st Car: Vauxhall Corsa (I loved it!) My 1st Job: Answering the phones at Village Cars, Bushey My all-time favourite Album/CD: Clubland Classics My Favourite Food: Thai Food My Favourite UK Holiday Spot: Newquay, Cornwall My First Crush? Brian out of E17 My Favourite Restaurant: Mmm Harvester or L‘Artista My Favourite Pub: Nascot Arms My Favourite TV: News and real life documentaries My Favourite Movie: Avatar My Sporting Interests: Arsenal and swimming My Favourite Hobbies: Swimming and socialising My Favourite Gadget: My computer and BlackBerry My Worst Habit: I get told I smile too much! My Most Embarrassing Moment: There‘s been a few! My Most Memorable Moment: Starting admin2go My Favourite Periodical: The Guardian online (but you can‘t beat the tabloids on a Sunday morning) Who would you NOT want to be stuck in a lift with? Anne Robinson Who would most like to meet? Peter Jones/ Duncan Bannatyne What famous person do you most resemble? Spoogy from Biker Grove My ideal dinner date (not present partner): Robert Pattinson (Twilight) My ideal night out: Dinner and a few drinks with my sister and friends and then dancing the night away If you could change your profession what would you do? I wouldn‘t, I love my profession What would you change about yourself? Nothing – I‘m happy with the direction of my life My Theme Song: Chariots of Fire If you had one wish what would it be? Happiness and success for myself and everyone around me What is the worst present you have ever received? A tool kit for Christmas?? Stranded on a desert island my three prized items would be? My phone, laptop and a signal for both! In a film about your life what Actor would play you? Helen Miriam


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