Hello! Welcome to Kimberly Quint’s blog named BoomXscape. I am delighted to share my view on some of my favorite subjects with you. What I hope you will enjoy about my blog is the references to the multi-generations that are and have been a part of my life. The culture differences and influences I’ve discovered have molded me to who I was, am and aspire to be as well as with the people who have direct contact with me. I chose to write about subjects that I take a special interest and actively participate in which are Travel, Music, Technology, Food/Drink and Health/Wellness.
For the past 29 years I have been married to my wonderful ‘Baby Boomer’ husband. Together we produced three lovely ‘Millenials’; 22-year old male, 19-year female and 18-year old male. For future reference in this blog I will refer to the eldest as Millenial 1, middle child as Millenial 2 and youngest as Millenial 3. Our family shares a home with a Border Collie dog and bicolor cat which are spoiled with love beyond belief. As for me, I was born in 1965 therefore I was on the fringe of the Baby Boomer and Generation X generations. The name of my blog is derived from the two generations as well as my love of travel which is referred to some as ‘Escapes’.
Massachusetts is where I was born and raised then once I married we moved to Connecticut. Twenty years ago we made the decision to move to North Carolina. The decision to move came out of the desire for my husband to have more job opportunities as an Information Technology consultant. We absolutely love North Carolina and has been a great place to work and raise a family. Now that we are close to being ‘Empty Nesters’ I am looking forward to seeing other parts of the country to determine if we shall retire in North Carolina or somewhere else.
By occupation, I am in an Information Technology Project Manager role. Over 20 years I have been working in Information Technology! Never imagined my path would lead me to working in Information Technology. Right out of college I was employed by a Travel Wholesaler who sold European ski adventures to travel agents and organized groups. Fun job and great experiences I gained but the compensation structure changed to where it was risky if I could make rent which led me to a Computer Programming in-house class training program taught by my new employer. Even though I am still working in the Information Technology field I feel that I am coming full circle by starting this blog where I will focus on sharing my experiences in the Travel industry.
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