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Lethbridge Living: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Whitney: Bullock: A world where I would only need to eat avocado, bacon and blue cheese to stay healthy.

LL:Which living person do you most admire?
WB: I couldn’t pick just one, but I strongly admire all the wonderful women that I work with on the organizing committee for the Southern Alberta Women in Business group. They are all strong and passionate leaders that use their knowledge, skills and intelligence to give back to and support the community.

LL: Which words or phrases do you most overuse?
WB: TCB "Taking Care of Business." Owning a business presents many unique challenges to overcome and this helps put me in a positive mindset to tackle them head on. I use that phrase a lot to remind me to stay grounded and focus on the task at hand and get it done. Another phrase would be, you don’t get anything if you don’t ask!

LL: When and where are you happiest?
WB: I am happy every day that I am doing something I love.
LL: Which talent would you most like to have?
WB: Definitely, break dancing.

LL: What do you consider your greatest achievement?
WB: Eight years of owning my own business.

LL: What is your most treasured possession?
WB: A beautiful pearl necklace that my mom passed down to me from her mom.

LL: What is your favorite occupation?
WB: Well event decorating of course, but I recently took up gardening and hobby construction which I would be other dream occupations of mine.

LL: What is your most marked characteristic?
WB: My eyes disappear into a squint when something really makes me laugh.

LL: What do you most value in your friends?
WB: Honest advice, encouraging support and hilarious laughter.

LL: Who are your heroes in real life?
WB: The older I get the more I realize how much parents do for their children. So as cliché as it might sound, my parents are my heroes because I would not be where I am today or the person that I am without their love, support and guidance. Oh, and Craig Orr from the Lethbridge Public Library.

LL: What is your motto?
WB: Destiny is mostly choice not chance, it is to be achieved not waited for
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