Tell us more about your entrepreneurial venture, “Tropic Beauty”?
Tropic Beauty is my secret love affair. It embodies everything that I was once afraid of being a model to facing my fears, and now being the creative director feels like such a dream come true to me. To be this shy girl from a small town who embodies loving all shapes, sizes, and forms of a woman’s body gives me the ability to help give women the right structure in being the strong women they deserve to become.
What do you wish to say about the website Womenfitness.net and message for its visitors?
First of all, thank you for this opportunity to interview me. I grew up as a young girl inspired by your covers, stories and the impact that being an athletic woman who embodies her beauty and ability to be badass, has probably been why I am even interviewing with you today. I want that for more women, more women need to embrace their bodies and know that just because we are women does not mean we lack strength. I believe that women of any size should love themselves, and it starts with being active and being kind to you.
Today social media plays a vital role in putting your message across to your followers and fans. What is your message for the 1.5 million followers on Instagram?
That it’s ok to evolve. It’s ok to grow, and you do that by making mistakes and learning from them. Social media is such a new thing, and I have grown up with social media over the years, always following the latest trends. But I have also kept my distance in anything too mainstream and wanted to put out my art, while showing a side people don’t see. I am thankful that social media has been where I got my start; I did it all myself. I’ve built what I have from the ground up, and that’s something to be proud of. This is the creator’s time where we can create something out of nothing, and people will pay attention to it. So whatever it is that you decide to do, if social media is your calling, then make it where you can positively impact others. Help others with your knowledge, give a smile, and warm a heart. DO GOOD with it. Be the goodness in social media.
While COVID-19 lockdown restrictions are beginning to lift, many states have yet to give the green light to nonessential businesses. We all know what that means, still no access to the gyms. Switching to a home workout routine isn’t easy; kindly show us how to stay fit and avoid the #Quarantine15 with your guidance and tips?
Taking walks have helped me in every way. I listen to music and try to keep my mental state from losing control. I felt like as a single mom, I’ve been living an already sheltered and isolated life because I was raising my son solo and working from home at the same time, but things are a bit different now. Much different. I have ankle weights, resistance bands, and I do lots and lots of squats.
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