Marketer, Copywriter, San Diego transplant, Haribo lover, Kate Middleton fan.

Hi, I'm Caitlin. Yes, Hannah is my last name.

You can read more about my career & marketing background here and here

I was born and raised in New England. Massachusetts and Rhode Island, to be specific. GO SAWX!

Here I am, probably thinking about well-written copy. Or the 2004 World Series.

Here I am, probably thinking about well-written copy. Or the 2004 World Series.

I am a fan of parentheticals and the Oxford comma. 

I studied Spanish in college (Northeastern University - go Huskies! Just kidding, we have zero school spirit), which was like getting an English degree, except the excessive amount of reading and writing you do is in Spanish. So you have extra bragging rights, but no one can understand you.

My husband and I live near the beach with our two enormous, fluffy Cats Who Think They're Dogs.

I have a love for all things British, and firmly believe that Kate Middleton and I would be best friends if she knew I existed.

Look how much we have in common.

Look how much we have in common.

Paul Simon’s Graceland is my favorite album of all time.

Yoga has changed my life.

UPDATE: So has rowing. I've taken it up since moving to San Diego, and it's one of the greatest things I've ever done. I am so glad I didn't chicken out of my Learn to Row classes in early 2015.

I currently have braces for the second time in my life, but when I get them off I'm immediately going on an all-Haribo diet. I'll let you know how that pans out.

UPDATE: As of June 2016, I no longer have braces! I also don't yet have the nerve to try that all-Haribo diet, but I'm working my way up to it.

I would eat a salad from Sweetgreen every day if I could. (I miss you, Sweetgreen! Come to San Diego!) Also, pepperoni pizza.

I love spreadsheets. Double bonus for color-coding them.

I keep track of the books I read and movies I watch each year. 

I love to travel. There’s nothing more exhilarating to me than experiencing all the sights, smells, sounds, and tastes of a place I’ve never been before. Photos across the site are from my travels.

I've been to 9 countries and 30 far. A huge highlight of moving cross-country in the summer of 2014 was the drive. Not only was that a bucket list item itself, but I officially added four new states to my list!

(Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas, New Mexico - in that order.)

(Everything really IS bigger in Texas.)

Want to know more? Just ask.