Our Winning Moments—What Are Yours?

Share your own winning moments in the comments!
  |  Mar 11, 2014
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Marla Miniano, Editor In Chief The first time I read my stories to a room full of people. I realized that with open-minded, respectful, honest people, sharing doesn't have to be so scary. —Marla, Editor In Chief
Steph Yapnayon, Art Director My winning moment would be going out of the country for the first time (without my parents!) :) I felt really grown up and responsible for myself. —Steph, Art Director
Dyan Zarzuela, Entertainment and Features Editor I moved out and became financially independent about eight months ago. More responsibilities, yes, but also less commuting and more time to myself! —Dyan, Entertainment and Features Editor
Kaye Robles, Editorial Assistant My winning moment will be on March 30: my former students will be receiving their diplomas, and I'll be watching them march with my heart full of love and hope for these amazing, intelligent girls. #cheesybuttrue :) —Kaye, Editorial Assistant
Macy Alcaraz, Web Managing Editor Paying off my very first credit card bill. Seems so trivial, but it always seemed to me like something so grownup and a very mature thing to deal with. —Macy, Web Managing Editor
Erin Torrejon, Web Fashion and Beauty Assistant My winning moment was probably when I graduated college with honors. It felt like such a great accomplishment and it felt even better making my parents proud for all my hard work, plus after all that they've given me. —Erin, Web Fashion and Beauty Assistant
Ayessa De La Pena, Web Editorial Assistant My winning moment was when I finished college! It involved a lot of sacrifices, tears, and sleepless nights—so you could just imagine how happy I was when my college adviser told me that I finished the all the requirements! —Ayessa, Web Editorial Assistant

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