Let your light shine bright in 2016
BELIEVE in your MAGIC
Happy 2016 my loves! I cannot believe another year has come and gone. I love the notion of "starting fresh." I think it's more mental than anything. It's fun to think that we have 365 days to make new memories, work hard, love hard and enjoy life. 2015 was a big learning year for me! I did a TV show called Radius Fitness which really pushed me in ways I did not think was possible. I learned SO much about myself in the process ... The biggest take-away from being on national television and creating content was to NEVER stop believing in your dreams. There were so many times I broke down in tears and thought "do I have what it takes, is this worth it?" I was pushed to my limits, both mentally and physically, but the most beautiful things came from the process ... I LOVE what I do and if I can inspire just one person, that's what matters most. I learned NO ONE can ever take that fire away from me and no matter what, I BELIEVE in my own magic. So, as 2015 closed, I looked in the mirror with pride and an unshakable belief in myself.
"What doesn't kill us makes us stronger"
Top 5 2016 Resolution's
1. Have more FUN! I love my job and I am a bit of a perfectionist so it's hard to step away from work at times. I am a "all or nothing" person so when I love something I give it my all. I want to enjoy the journey more and appreciate living in the present. 2. Take up a new sport. I am really interested in gymnastics and take hip-hop, tap and ballet classes. I am craving to learn a new craft and expand my movement knowledge. 3. Read more books! Knowledge is power. 4. Be a mentor. There is such a need for female mentors in our communities. I want to help young girls tap into their passions. People always told me my "job" was not a career ... well I guess I proved them wrong. 5. Collaborate with all different types of artists! Being around creative people is like oxygen to me. I am in a creative cycle in my life and I hunger to learn more.
2016 Bring it on!
Photographer Credit: Noah Sahady