About

Mary Jane’s Niche started way back in 2008 as MJ Cabrera’s personal blog. When she’s not raving about “personal” random stuffs she is writing about the things that interest her like traveling, music, photography, events, food, her adventures, her hometown, her online job, etc. MJ is a very optimistic person and her blog reflects that. This blog will update you on MJ’s journey of personal growth and she hopes that you will learn lessons from her blog and be enlightened as well. MJ also hopes that through her blog posts she will encourage you to get started on your own growth journey and find balance in your life.

Manifest what you want, take control of your life and see life through MJ’s optimistic eyes.

Hey guys! Welcome to Mary Jane’s Niche! Obviously my name is Mary Jane and this is my personal blog. Let me tell you a little something about me first. I’m a 20-something  who used to work as a telemarketer for a major BPO company here in our city (ask me where) and we called companies in the USA and Canada. I handled IT products and services.  That was 4 years ago and now I have my very own homebased business and also working on putting up a small offline business as well.

I am currently a freelancer/virtual assistant/writer and I work at home. Yes I work at home. :)

I am a joyous person and I value everything and everyone so I always make time to hang out with my friends, read, sleep, watch movies, pamper and reward myself by going to the spa, traveling or heading out to the beach! I love going to the beach – but I don’t know how to swim-yet! But I’m working on that, I will learn how to swim soon and I will make time for that!

I am a very optimistic person. It doesn’t take much to make me happy but it takes a lot to get me down. I always always try my best to wear a smile, and no I’m not bonkers, I just think that when I smile and laugh I make other people happy too. Besides it’s easier to smile than frown right? And if you get the chance to read my previous posts you will know that I live by Christian D. Larson’s The Optimist Creed.

This is my first and only blog so if you find some flaws or if you don’t like my rantings you can always leave a comment or go check out other blogs. But don’t worry, I don’t really rant much. ;-)

As I’ve  said earlier I’m also a freelance article writer so you may contact me for questions and job offers by leaving comments anywhere on my posts, by sending me an email at maryjane.cabrera[at]gmail[dot]com or by using the contact form here.

The main purpose of this blog is for me to have a ‘paperless’ space to write in.  And this is also my own personal space on the www where I could post my rants and photographs of my travels.

Have a good time going through my posts and don’t forget to make your presence felt! ;)

Disclaimer

I, Mary Jane Cabrera is the legal copyright holder of all the materials on this blog, unless otherwise noted; and all materials may not be used, reprinted, or published without my written consent. The information I provide is for entertainment purposes only and I’m not providing medical, legal or other professional advice. And you, my reader, are using any of the information you glean from my blog at your own risk. If you will subscribe I promise not to put you on spam lists and I will not sell your contact information to another company. I am not responsible for the privacy practices of my advertisers or blog commenters. I reserve the right to change the focus of my blog, to shut it down, to sell, or to change the terms of use at my own discretion. I am not responsible for the actions of my advertisers or sponsors. If you my reader, purchase a product or service based upon a link from my blog, then you must take action with that company to resolve the issue, not me. Any letters or emails that have been written directly to me will not be shared with my audience and will be kept confidential.

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