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Success is a Journey

I've once again found myself living in the desert region of Texas, but have quickly established a fluid balance between working 60 hours a week, steadily developing my online business, and advancing my wellness practice on a daily basis. I rarely talk on the phone or go anywhere besides the grocery store, my free time... Continue Reading →

Learning in Layers

From being a blonde headed construction worker to becoming a red headed cocktail server, living in West Virginia was undoubtedly one of my most adventurous chapters yet. I never planned on going there and had no idea what would happen when I did, but I'm glad I took the opportunity I was given. I traded... Continue Reading →

Wisdom from the Mountains

My life in the oilfield has taught me many life lessons, but I think most importantly, I've learned the value of staying true to yourself. I am admittedly naive when it comes to people, I only want to see the good in everyone and I am eternally flawed in believing that our world is actually... Continue Reading →

The Battle for Understanding

Looking back on my West Virginia journey, as I affectionately refer to it now, I realize how much God was trying to teach me about the world. I've been aching to make my dreams a reality, desperate to make a positive impact, but had such a small view of what was really 'out there'. I... Continue Reading →

Pricing a Dream

I readjusted to wearing a hard hat and steel toed boots quickly, reminding myself that I had just taken a giant step towards my Hollywood dream by joining this crew. I couldn’t wait to get my first paycheck, and literally, I hadn’t arrived with much money and the whole living arrangement required me to a... Continue Reading →

Curious Moments

Finally getting settled, at least for the time being, helped me rest easy that first night sleeping on the couch. I was there, we had made the long travel to begin this new adventure, and even though I had no idea how it would all work out, I had come far enough to find my... Continue Reading →

Welcome to West Virginia

I was nervous about the long distance I was traveling alone, even though it was what I wanted, it was still scary. I was fearful of car trouble and every possible freak scenario I could imagine. I thought maybe if I considered even the wildest situations I would be more prepared to handle them. But... Continue Reading →

Northbound on a Prayer

I needed a new perspective, but first, I needed to be alone. I was now at a crossroads and there was no turning back. I had given up most of my belongings and was moving forward on blind faith. I didn't want to be around people and thankfully I had the refuge of life in... Continue Reading →

Moving On

Graduating from college at Tarleton State University was an initial disappointment, finishing my long journey felt more like an epic failure than a scholarly achievement. While my peers seemed to have a much better grasp on the direction they were heading, I was still going in circles. Something didn’t feel right about creating a resume;... Continue Reading →

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