A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned
We recently had an Australian Labradoodle named Penny join our family, and to say I am obsessed with her is an understatement. She is the goofiest and sweetest ball of fur in the world. She is the cutest ankle biter around!
Diane spent nearly 17 years as a Sales and Trading Associate in Equity Capital Markets at Raymond James. She coordinated hundreds of roadshows and multiple conferences across the Financial sector. Diane received "votes" of recognition from some of the leading Investment Management Firms and won the Tom James Service First Award for exceptional client service. Diane earned her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from The University of Central Florida and resides in Clearwater, FL.
If you could have dinner with anyone (current or historical), who would it be and where would you go?
My Grandfather. Even though he passed when I was young, I had a strong connection to him and think about him often. He had to be the world's BEST storyteller. I would love to sit down with him as an adult and just listen to him talk.
What is your favorite way to spend your free time?
I love all things wellness! Meditation, acupuncture, yoga, riding my Peloton and getting my hands on all the podcasts, books and articles I can on mindfulness and health. I consider myself a lifelong learner in that I love anything that can help me grow as a person.
What was the first concert you went to and where?
I paid my oldest brother to take me and my friend to see Bon Jovi when I was thirteen. Not too long after that he took me to see Billy Joel and Elton John, which blew my mind. Those shows set the stage for my love of concerts and all things music. There is nothing like going to a show with your friends and singing and dancing all night to your favorite songs! There will be NO sitting down if you go to a concert with me!
Who was your first celebrity crush?
Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones! Swoon! One of my brothers had a poster on his wall of Indiana Jones on a horse, and I would just stare at it endlessly. There is just something about that slightly crooked smile. The chiseled jawline and effortless smolder do not hurt either. Ok, apparently I still have a crush on him!