A couple of weeks ago I turned 37. I am in the best shape of my life.
I am holding down a great media gig in the largest market in Australia. I’m being groomed for a future promotion.
I’m training to be a Barre instructor on the side.
I’m a sought-after voice over artist.
I own an investment property.
I have a great circle of friends. I’m never without something to do, or somewhere to go.
I’ve traveled the globe and lived all around Australia and had a stint in London.
I am attractive, fun, funny and someone people genuinely like being around (well I haven’t run a survey on that one, but that’s what my friends tell me).
If I want something, I go buy it. With my own hard-earned cash.
If I’m at dinner, I have the fucking dessert. I can cook. I drink whiskey. I have no problem arriving early at a bar and ordering a drink on my own.
I’m a daughter, sister, sister-in-law and Auntie three times over. I have had a great upbringing, and a supportive and loving family.
I’m simple, yet stylish. My credit card is always at zero, and I like getting the bus. I once dropped an entire tax cheque on a Chanel handbag.
I’m clever. I’m kind. I’m assertive. I believe that if you want something, ask for it.
I’m sensitive. I’m honest.
And I’m terrified of being alone forever.
Jacqui Kassulke is a radio Music Director & Presenter from Sydney, Australia which means she’s really awesome at pub trivia.