“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.”
Dr. Seuss, Happy Birthday to You!

Lydia Y. Oyetunji is a Navy veteran, virtual assistant, and Two Drops of Ink Blog Social Media Coordinator. After her four years of military service and medical assisting, she decided to take another direction in life. Lydia decided to commence her climb up the administrative corporate ladder. Lydia Oyetunji began her climb at LA Fitness Sports Clubs where she began as a membership sales associate, ending her career with a title of Assistant general manager of personal training. She has worked for reputable companies such as FedEx, Target and Apple. Her four years of service in the United States Navy was her most important accomplishment in life.


With management and technical support as her career choice, writing and social media always took precedence over the administrative and technical world. Taking a leap of faith, she decided to work as a freelance writer and virtual assistant specializing in social media management. Her hunger for writing and social media was insatiable.

When Lydia is not working, she enjoys blogging about life, social media, love and current events. She studies about literature, writing styles and new social media tips and tricks to stay current.  She is also a die-hard Patriots fan, loves animals, cooking and learning new things. She is currently working on a fictional novel while travelling the U.S. with her husband to be who is a line- haul trucker.



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