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Victoria Doramus On Her Favorite Books And Having More Self-Confidence

Victoria Doramus is entrepreneur, recovery expert, and most importantly a philanthropist. She previously worked as a digital and print media expert, writer, and personal assistant. Victoria is very passionate about her charity work with organizations such as the Women’s Prison Association, the Amy Winehouse Foundation, Best Friends Animal Society and Room to Read. Giving back is as fulfilling as her work as a recovery expert.

To be a productive entrepreneur, Victoria Doramus always carries around a to do check list. This helps her stay on top of her tasks, without leaving anything out. Doramus also loves everything technological, so she a lot of it in her everyday life. One trend that excites her is digital health apps. They help Victoria track her food intake, how many steps she walks, etc. She even has an app for her dog. Looking back at her life, Doramus would give her younger self some much needed advice. She would tell herself to slow down and to have more self-confidence. This advice can really help a lot of people. Victoria learned from her mistakes by taking responsibility and moving forward. Learning anything new takes time. The recovery expert would tell her younger self to be patient with herself during that time.

Victoria Doramus (@iamvictorialynn) attend the University of Colorado to get her degree. She was able to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication and journalism. Her education would help her career immensely working with brands such as Trendera, Mindshare, Creative Arts Agency, and Stila Cosmetics. Victoria wrote articles for Cosmopolitan and USA Today as a ghostwriter. As a recovery expert, Doramus uses certain apps that she loves. One of them helps her find AA meetings wherever she travels. It is called Pink Cloud and is a life saver. She uses this app on her iPhone X, which is also a great digital instrument that is always coming in handy. Victoria loves to read, especially addiction recovery books. More, Now, Again by Elizabeth Wurtzel is a good story that has positively influenced Doramus in her life. She also likes Beautiful Boy by David Sheff and Permanent Midnight by Jerry Stahl.

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