Adventure, Freedom, and Creative Expression. Nashville native living out my creative dreams and goals. Brand Manager by day, Yoga Teacher, Singer-Songwriter and Model by night. Believer in the Lord, lover of people and purpose.
We all have guardrails we depend on in life. Guardrails are meant to keep us on track, they're there to show us the edge of where we weren't meant to go and help bounce us back along our journey when we begin to veer off course. But when we ride the rail, we're left with scratches, scrapes and incredible damage that was never meant to happen if used in the way it was intended. When we abuse something that was meant to help to the point it begins to hurt, it's time for a wake up call. It's time to get back on track.
Exes, Oh's, and Everything In-Between
There are three kinds of guys every girl has fallen for in her lifetime. If you're anything like me and jumped into the dating world way too young than what was good for you (despite your parents' best efforts), you've likely encountered, fallen for, got your heart broken by, held onto for way too long, or eventually married one of these guys. You’ve got the exes, you’ve realized the oh’s, and you’re basically a pro on identifying and explaining the in-between. So humor and reminisce with me, laugh, tell me I'm crazy, or just totally agree with me because I know they've each walked up to your front door at one point or another.
Yoga: An Overview
Yoga: An Overview Yoga is where I find my truest self. My time on my mat is when I am finally able to breathe, release anxiety, focus, move and truly be who I am, unapologetically. Until I began my yoga practice, I dealt with serious anxiety and fear; I felt like the weight of the world was sitting on my shoulders and there was nothing I could do to make it move. It was only until I found yoga that I began to see a true change in my anxiety and overall happiness in life.
Why We Travel
My Story At nineteen years old I left the country for the first time — destination: Brazil. I was heading off to the Amazon River to travel on a boat for a month with a group of friends hoping to change the world. On the flight home, I knew that the one thing that had been drastically changed wasn't the world at all; it was me.