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Thank you for visiting my corner of the internet on the iFixit page. My name is Sue-Lyn and I’m currently 27 years old. I was born in Seoul, South Korea and was adopted at birth. I’ve lived in California almost my entire life until I went off to college in the Chicago-area of Illinois before moving back to California. I attended Olivet Nazarene University where I then received my Bachelor’s of Science degree in Art concentrating in Photography and a bit of graphic design. I’m a first generation graduate in my immediate family, and the last. I have five older siblings [ me being the youngest ].

I have been working here since November 29th, 2017 in Customer Service and about a year later, the baton was passed to me to become the Staff Photographer and more recently, taking care of putting together our employee business cards. As almost like a side-hustle: I handletter the chalkboards for events such as our holiday party. In Customer Service Land, I primarily focus on listening + empathizing with our customers [ through our US / Australia / and Canadian website ] and I try my best to do so. In addition, I assist in interviewing possible candidates for our department with our lead, Augie, before we have the group interview with the rest of our team.

[ dreams + things ]

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Abandoned Church in Gary, IN

One of my dreams is to own a two-story building where the floor level consists of a workshop where everyone + anyone can come and learn how to do just about anything [ sewing, music, gardening, film photography, lino-cut, car maintenance, etc ] along with it having high ceilings to hang local artists work and have art shows for the community, and a tiny store in the corner. The second floor would be my apartment. I would prioritize employing those who have never had a job or life has been challenging for them and they want a fresh start. Another dream is simply to work with animals. I am currently in the process of becoming a volunteer at Pacific Wildlife Care, where I’ll assist in rescuing and taking care of [injured] animals from the wild. It’s going to be very soul-filling. Speaking of animals, here’s my post through Reddit of my two Siamese cats being crazy: *click here*. I truly believe that animals bring an unexplainable joy to humans.

In general, especially, after working here at iFixit – I hope to continue doing my part in helping our environment by planting flowers that help our bees, always carrying + using my reusable bottles for both my iced tea and water [thanks, hydroflask!] recycling [thank you, dad for doing that since day one], buying sustainable + fair trade things that I use on a daily basis, and simply just being a better human living on this Earth.

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My turntable, but music is life—seriously.

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Big Sur, CA

I always have a strong desire to travel [to get out + explore], even if it’s a day trip. Driving is my therapy along with listening to music [especially on an LP] and I bring this up because it correlates with my experience in repair: I remember driving down a busy highway in Illinois until I realized that my accelerator pedal extender was about to give out [Note: I am a little person hence why I have pedal extenders] and thankfully, I have the necessary tools to do the fixing once I found a safe place on the side of the road. I do enjoy tinkering and fixing things, I just don’t think I’ve had as many opportunities to do so as I would like. I’m hoping that will change though for the better.

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My friend’s music wall because mine isn’t as cool yet.

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All in all, I enjoy watching foreign films, being a homebody, I love being the cool auntie of 12, I can’t wait to finish my right sleeve [I have four tattoos so far], playing video games, going on walks [just not on the beach because I hate sand], learning + exploring, writing, and being present.

we are given the privilege + responsibility of forging our own way, choosing our own story. sylvia plath speaks of choosing our destiny like plucking figs from a tree—endless in options and opportunity, waiting, and ready for the taking. weighted with the knowledge that choosing one fig may mean losing the rest—it’s a dilemma that can both be tantalizing and paralyzing.

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“it was important and beautiful and NOT OURS. it was the ghost ship that didn’t carry us. there’s nothing to do but salute it from the shore.” - cheryl strayed



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