Meet the Team
Each person on our team is a graduate of AssistU, and we’re proud of our shared foundation and connection through the Virtual Mentoring Program. Although a small team, we are mighty and care deeply about each other, our profession, and helping you. We ask each other to weigh in on different topics throughout the year, some silly, and some serious, so be sure to stop back and see what we have to say! The current question is:
What’s your favorite season, and why?
I live on the East coast of the US and Autumn has always been my favorite season for the gorgeous colors that appear, the still warm-ish days, and the lovely chilly nights.
—get to know Anastacia
Anastacia's Fab VA
Autumn, because the crisp air feels wonderful after the heat and humidity of summer and because it is so exceptionally beautiful here in New England as the leaves change colors.
—get to know Nicole
Fall. I love the smell of cold weather on the way, and the temperatures.
—get to know Heather
I actually like all seasons – In Winter it’s all about big chunky sweaters, riding boots, hot chocolate with whipped cream and naked trees that create art during sunset. In Spring, I love the fresh air on my face, the first signs of new life and a brighter landscape. In summer, I love frosty drinks, nights out with friends on the patio, days at the beach with warm sand in my toes and bright green lawns. In fall, there’s so much beauty in the changing colors of the leaves and a welcome chill in the air after a long summer. Hard to pick just one!
—get to know Gayle
Fall… the days are still warm but the nights are cool and crisp, the colors of the trees are gorgeous, things seem to slow down a bit after jam-packed summer days. And the back-to-school vibe makes me feel like I have a fresh start, without the pressure of New Year’s resolutions.
—get to know Jude
That’s a hard one—they each have their unique gifts. Spring is my favorite, though, as I love how the world around me is coming alive again. Baby birds, tulips and daffodils blooming early, buds on trees and birds chirping loudly in the morning. After a long rainy winter, it’s so refreshing to witness the changes around me and have more days with the sun!
—get to know Pat
Maker of Wildly Pretty Things
I love fall! There’s a slowing down and expectancy of things to come in the new year…it’s the pause before the holiday rush…changing leaves, bon fires, pumpkin spice!
—get to know Mindy
“Never above you. Never below you. Always beside you.”
– Walter Winchell