Behind the Words

I didn’t want to be a ballerina or a runway model when I was a young girl. Ever since I could hold a crayon I knew I wanted to write for a living. It’s how I best express myself and showcase the world around me.

Because I’m growing older every day (quarter-life crisis alert), I believe it’s important to live to the fullest, and to inspire and be inspired. Here in my digital world you’ll find reviews on thrilling adventures I’ve experienced, such as jumping out of a plane, diving with sharks, trapezing like a circus freak, and fun places I’ve wandered to. You’ll also come across neat and humorous thoughts, as well as fiction, poetry, and journalism articles I’ve written for several publications, or just because I couldn’t stop writing.

It’s meaningful to have life-growing memories to look back on and to learn from. I enjoy connecting with fellow adventurers, as everyone’s journey is spectacularly different, and yet we’re all in this continuously-moving existence called life together. So let’s own it!

Feel free to connect via social media:

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If you’re interested in non-stop adventure and are inspired to live to the fullest, check out (and submit your own experiences!) my website, sprangled.com.

Thanks for exploring, and happy reading!

Nicole

Me, Summer 2010
Central Park, New York City, May 2010.

26 comments

  1. Nicole,

    I absolutely love your website, but I’m not shocked or surprised in any way, because I totally knew you’d be able to create something this perfect. Your stories are vibrant and imaginative, and the detail you put into them is very inspiring. Always stay true to yourself, and you’ll be successful. I miss you and can’t wait to see you when you come home! =D

  2. Hey Chris, thanks for checking out my blog. I’m pleased to know that you find my work inspirational – that means a lot.
    I enjoyed your poetry – it’s simply written but has lots of emotion to it and is easy to relate to.
    Keep writing! I’ll check back soon.

  3. Hi there, never saw this bio. Nice picture with the two towers behind, seemed a little intense, hope you didn´t fall to the water.
    Since I browse through your Electronic Products magazine, I found one article that specially cached my brain,called “Four technologies we use everyday we don´t realise…” or something like that went the title. One thing at the end of the article was ROBOTS, and I just wanted to share, that the other day watching a documentary that was all about how they are now developing robots that will actually cook for you, and a hole bunch of day to day chores that these things will be able to perform, some amazing things and tell you the truth quite frightening. The question is if we want this. Plus where are all the jobs going to go?

    • Thank you Charly. That picture was taken at Central Park a few years ago. Yes, robots are becoming capable of cooking, among other amazing activities/chores. I honestly believe it’s more of a negative thing than a positive, because a world filled with lazy, unintelligent people would not be good. I appreciate robots and the science/technology behind them, and some of the other incredible things they can do, such as help out in hospitals, but the line has to be drawn somewhere! Thanks for reading!

    • Hey there, “Vanished Everywhere.” Thanks so much! You are an adventurous human being who knows how to live life! I don’t think you can back down from a shark dive! You’re in a cage, they can’t get you…if they don’t want to! 🙂

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