We are a fun team made up of an array of exciting personalities. Find out more about the faces behind the team in our Behind The Bubble Q&A.
What was your first job?
I’ve always worked, from about age 13 and my very first Saturday job was at a local hotel – first in the ‘pot wash’ as it was called, then cleaning the function rooms and then as a waitress. This time of year always reminds me of my sister and I working at the hotel as I don’t think we had a Christmas Eve or Christmas Day off for about 10 years!
What did you want to be when you were growing up?
I was one of those kids that didn’t really know what they wanted to be, I was very content with day to day life either that or not very ambitious 😊 As a grown up though I do wish I’d been more inspired to travel, I did live in Spain and then Greece but I didn’t push myself further afield or to pursue a career with travel incorporated somehow.
Soundtrack of your life?
At first, I wanted to choose an album but one song Yeke Yeke by Mory Kante has been in my life (in one Remix or another) since I heard the original on my first holiday abroad, to Spain, when I was 16. It’s a guaranteed play at a long overdue get together with my oldest friends.
Biggest pet peeve?
People who assume… It might be a little assumption, or it might be a big assumption, but you never really know about a situation, a person, what’s happening for them or in that minute if you assume.
What is one thing you’re learning and why is it important?
I’m trying to hold on to the lessons learnt through lockdown – to slow down, take more walks, focus less on chores and more on self-care to name a few… I’m still learning!
What goes around comes around…
De Nada which basically translates as ‘of nothing’ meaning no problem / you’re welcome.
What is your guilty pleasure?
Real Housewives of Atlanta or Beverley Hills, not that I ever get chance to sit and watch them nowadays but every now and then I do have a guilty binge!!!!!
What is your most used emoji?
Do you have a hidden talent?
Sadly, I don’t, maybe I’m yet to discover it….
What is your favourite thing about being a Bubble?
I don’t think there’s one specific thing. I love being a Bubble – Even though my role has always been based at home (even before Covid-19 times) it has never felt as though I’m working by myself. Every single person is supportive and inclusive, Bubble is such a positive environment, it’s infectious and I feel very fortunate to be part of such a great team.