Briana's been working as a Fancy Hands assistant for a few months now, and we're happy to have her on the team.
Here are some recent requests from clients that she's handled:
- I need to get a social security card the fastest way possible. Can you call the office closest to me and find out what that entails, and if there’s an application to fill out, please send it to me?
- Can you find a professional organizer to come into my home, downsize some items, and pack me up for a move?
- Please call my doctor’s office and give them my new insurance information below. Make sure that they accept that plan and if they do, schedule a check-up appointment for me next week.
- Please send me quotes for reputable swimming pool cleaners to come clean the algae from my saltwater pool.
What are your interests?
I started playing piano and flute when I was very young. I picked up the guitar in high school and immediately felt like I met my soul mate.
What are you good at?
I am great at changing my mind - excellent, really. I’m also good with computers, creative writing, and working under pressure.
What is your worst quality?
My friends would tell you that my worst quality is my everlasting addiction to Harry Potter.
What is the biggest risk you’ve ever taken?
Packing up and moving to Pittsburgh, not knowing anyone in the city but my mom. I pretty much just quit my life in Pensacola, decided I was going to get on a plane and see how it went (it went very well, by the way).
What’s the most memorable request you’ve seen from a customer?
The first one that comes to mind for me is when a client asked me to research whether or not drinking a glass of water before a cup of coffee would make the effects of the coffee last longer. It was a unique question, and I learned a lot while researching it. The answer is "no".
Who is your spirit animal?
I took a test once that said I was a hawk. That’s fine with me - I would like to be able to fly!
What are you most proud of?
My daughter, Melody.
What are you normally doing on a Saturday night?
If I’m not with Melody, I am usually singing with my uncle's band.
What advice would you give to the 16 year-old version of yourself?
I would tell myself to stop it with the tunnel vision and look at the bigger picture. Oh, and "GO TO CLASS!"
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