Hi everyone! Thank you so much for swinging by and know that it is joy to share a little bit of life with each and every one of you.
For starters, I am a 20 something year old goofball. By day, I am a full-time student (almost done!), a full-time personal assistant, a newly published author, and a veteran entrepreneur. I spent my childhood signed with one of the largest talent & modeling agencies in the world and made the decision when I turned 18 to gather my focus for some other passions in my life.
I am the eldest of three siblings. My younger sister is ten years younger than I am and my younger brother was diagnosed with Autism when he was two years old. Our kinships have been unique, being built a little differently then the norm. Read more about my brother, Justin, and his incredible artwork on his website.
My ultimate passions are writing, both non-fiction and fiction pieces, and inspiring others to find courage in expressing themselves as their best selves… not just the person anyone else expects them to be. I live for travel, dancing, and spending quality time with my loved ones.
I try to make a point to spend the bulk of my time investing into an incredible circle of influence that I have been fortunate enough to place myself in. I seek to surround myself with encouraging, ambitious, kind, generous and self-aware people who inspire me to take steps out of my comfort zone and pose the question to myself, “What can I do to add value to other peoples’ lives?“
Most, if not all, of my inspiration in this blog comes from them; my friends, family, colleagues, classmates, and even the strangers who teach me valuable lessons in leadership, strength, and selflessness every single day.
In some of my posts, I draw correlations from certain subjects to my faith. However, no matter your religion, race, sexual orientation, gender, creed, or favorite food… I hope that the stories and lessons I have been taught that I relay on this blog will inspire you to take control of your happiness, roll with the punches, laugh more often, and find the courage to become the extraordinary you. 🙂
Thanks for following!