Hi there! My name is Lois Riley Durham and I would like to thank you for visiting my website. Back in 2011, I created an online Virtual Assistant business called LRD Virtual Admin Service. Please allow me to tell you a bit about myself.
I work with many entrepreneurs and small business owners specializing in web design, social media marketing, and email marketing. I also offer other services and products too. Please click here to view my services and rates.
Three years ago, I moved to Bono, AR which is right outside of Jonesboro from Memphis, TN. I am married to my amazing husband Bill (Bull), who I have been married to for 8 years. We also have our two fur babies, Leo (6 years old) and Izzy (4 years old).
When I am not working, I am usually spending time with my family or exploring the cities around Bono. On top of that, I’m working on kicking Gastroparesis (a chronic illness I was born with) to the curb.
That is pretty much it on my personal life. Now let me tell you a bit more on how I got to where I am today.
Growing up during the summer, I was able to go to work with my dad and learn about computers. Sometimes I was with my mom, as well, where I learned about data entry. Not sure why, but it brought something out in me. To this day, my love for computers, technology, and design is stronger than ever.
By the time I turned 18, I wanted to pursue a career in either the Administrative or Graphic Design field. When I turned 26, I decided to go into business for myself by providing web design, social media, email, and promotional marketing services to businesses worldwide.
On May 25, 2011, LRD Virtual Admin Service was born.
Now in 2019, I have an online podcast called “The LRD Show” where I interview many types of people from small business owners to authors to Honda gurus. I am also working on building a following on my YouTube Channel and writing my first book where I share my story about overcoming depression, anxiety, abuse, traumatic brain injury, and chronic illness. I hope it will inspire someone to keep going and know that there really is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Due to the fact that I am my own one pony show, I have decided to drop the business name and continue to do what I love as Lois Riley Durham.