My name is Amy Reding. I am a 25 year old freelance writer born and raised in Calgary, Canada. I feel like I reside all over the place (but usually I bounce between Maui and Canada).
I graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Communication Studies and a minor in Print Journalism. Oddly enough, the only time I worked a traditional ‘journalism job’ was when I lived in Mongolia and interned at their English newspaper. (No, I don’t speak Mongolian).
Right now I spread my time between my family, my passions, and this blog. In August 2017 I jumped into the incredibly exciting project of co-writing a book. I will be referring to it in the interim as “The Confidence Project” – please feel free to read & follow for more about how you can get involved.
I love the ocean and the mountains, and essentially any sport related to either of those places. I suck at technology, (I know, I’m the worst millennial around) so bear with me as this site may have a few hiccups.
I make valiant attempts to use writing to articulate fascinating or challenging aspects of the human experience , or simply things I feel like writing about. I do not claim to be any form of expert, this blog is merely one voice in a vast internet full of very loud (very opinionated) voices.
Listen if you like.
“There are no safe paths in this part of the world. Remember you are over the Edge of the Wild now, and in for all sorts of fun wherever you go.”