Are you excited for your upcoming trip?!
Have you ever thought about doing something other than marine biology?
So “Sarasota Fins” is similar to other shark conservation programs… how do you ground yourself to not belittle your success by seeing theirs? (for a kid who just graduated college and has started this all on her own, you ROCK and are kicking butt)
I try to remind myself that less than a year ago I was sitting in my small college dorm, drawing to amuse myself, when this idea struck. That I spur-of-the-moment created Sarasota Fins and now… well, here I am. I remind myself that I am one person while most programs have a whole team that have specific jobs while I try to juggle all.
Mostly, I try not to think about it. If I think about it too much, it stresses me out and honestly, Sarasota Fins is something enjoyable for me. If it becomes too much that it no longer is enjoyable, then it’s time for me to move on.
What shark is next on your “shark watch” list?
I’m very excited to be (hopefully) seeing some big hammerheads and tigers this upcoming week!
What have you thought about your latest shark books for Penny’s book club? How do you go about choosing them?
As for the selection process, it’s whatever I have in my grubby little hands at the time. Thanks to my parents and Jeff Carrier, I now have a few books to leisurely read to my heart’s content.
Can someone recommend a shark book to you to feature on Penny’s Shark Bites book club?
Thanks for your questions!