About Kathleen

“She believed she could, so she did”

Welcome to my perspective of this world!

I am 22 years old, and have recently graduated from Griffith University with a Dual Degree in Human Resource Management and Accounting. I am currently undertaking a bachelor of Psychology with Honours at The University of Queensland. My career goal is to become a registered Organisational Psychologist. I call Brisbane home, but enjoy exploring the world and revisiting family in Canada. I live and breathe through quotes. I enjoy finding opportunities to personally develop and expand my knowledge. You’ll find me connected to social media throughout the day. I am passionate about Mental Health and becoming the best you can be. I currently attend Citipointe Church (Brisbane) and Red Frog at various Universities. I love my alone time, and with that, I actively reflect on everything. Since the ripe old age of 15 I have been reading leadership, management, and self-improvement books with a new interest in Vulnerability and Neuroplasticity.

While I’ve given you a brief snapshot of who I am, I will reveal myself more through my blogs.

Let the journey begin!


One thought on “About Kathleen

  1. Here’s a favourite quote from me:

    “Joy is the true business of heaven.” C. S. Lewis

    It is a favourite of mine because I was once told that I have the gift of joy and that I should be careful to never lose it. Not bad – I’ll happily claim that! I was told this by a bit of a mystical guy who was a missionary to the Mormons in Salt Lake City. He saw me across a room and it was about the first thing he said to me.


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