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Posted at: 2019-07-19 16:49:20
🗝 I remember when two years ago my bathroom tiles were splattered with blue paint from the roller I had carelessly tossed away. Three different shades of blue until I found the one I wanted to sleep next to. That's what I cared about. Colours, making a mess. My bathroom remained blue for three weeks, my showers left me in cartoonish water, my footprints were all over the place. Eventually I started caring about that, too, and it all up.
I drilled holes straight through the plaster, vacuumed the walls and the floor when I was done, threw out most of the posters I'd carried with me since childhood and hung up a few, I found a good place for everything, put my belongings on display – I made a home for myself. And I started caring about the whole deal, couldn't stop caring, in fact, found myself addicted in a way to creating something that felt like me, to the best of my abilities.
I'll be out of here in two weeks & today I painted white for the very first time. Only 2 shades of blue left. Getting there (and back again).
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Happy 30th Birthday @ang_willis89 💜🎉
I am so lucky to have had you by my side for the past 24 years and can’t wait to see what the future has in store for us!
You are an amazing friend, wife, mother and daughter and deserve all the best in your thirties!
Thank you for always being the supportive, generous and hilarious pain in my ass! 😉
Cheers to another 30 and making plenty good and bad decisions along the way!! 🍷
I was terribly confused in high school. I didn’t know what or even who I wanted to be. Everybody was making plans and I felt lost. I decided to do what everyone else was doing, I applied to college. I was the last and only Senior taking the SAT’s.
Then came college. I got into the school that was perfect (I don’t use that word lightly) for me. I had to sit down with my advisor to figure out what track I wanted to take. Um I just turned 18 and I still didn’t know how to flip a pancake (still working on it), how was I supposed to know what ‘track’ I wanted? I told her to put me down for biology 😂
After college, I felt just as lost as I did 4 years before. The only difference was that with my study abroad experiences I found that I wanted to heal others. There’s a lot of people hurting in this world. I knew if I could relieve just a little bit of what they were feeling, that’s what I would want to do for the rest of my life. So I changed my track to public health.
After a few non profit jobs and a bunch of babysitting, I knew what I wanted to do, but I didn’t know how or if I could ever do it. I wanted to do it my way. I wanted to cut the BS and create something that was honest. After I got my foot into the wellness sector and proved to myself I could be the fitness specialist and that I could get paid to make people feel good, I was ready. You see, throughout this whole journey I had been working on myself. I had invested a lot of time and money into the woman you see today.
I fell deeply and madly in love with nutrition. When I began to understand the one thing I thought I had no control over, I wanted to show others how to do the same. Healing (and continuing to heal) myself lead me to my purpose. Being confused most of my life and not knowing what I was even doing, lead me here. I get to wake up and read incredible victories my clients share with me. I get to celebrate tiny and massive wins with women all over the country. I get to show them how to find answers by healing what hurts. My life may not look like what I or others had envisioned, but to me it’s so much more and at the end of the day, that’s all that counts ❤️
Tattoos tell your story. It could be an accomplishment, tragic loss, or simple bind runes that you hand poked yourself to symbolize your path. All showcasing important things to you. In my line of work my skin takes a beating. Between sun exposure in the gardens or outside the weld shop, leather jackets and gloves, metal dust and burns; it is important to me to protect not just my skin but my artwork that covers it. I made this tattoo balm not to smell pretty or look fancy. It's simple and it works whether you're in the first couple weeks of healing or looking to shine it up. Made with all organic oils to promote skin health and healing. Available now in the shop. #crowwoodsfarm#girlswithtattoos#witchythings#tattoobalm#essentialoilblends