If you asked me six or seven years ago what I thought my life would look like when I was 21 I have no idea what I would’ve told you. But I guarantee you, I wouldn’t have said I’d be high on life. As a child I was pretty out going, I always wanted to
“What are you supposed to be, when often you were told you were nothing?” I remember everyday waking up, not just going through the motions but fighting through the thick emotional struggle that every morning brought. My home life was fine normal, two loving parents and a traditional sibling relationship but I was nothing like
19 years old, but boy I have been through it. Some experiences better than others, but all have, as corny as it sounds, made me into the woman I am today. I know it won’t make good reading if I put this all in one looong text, so I’ll adapt a more readable format.
Today, more than any other day of the year, I woke up with a desire to create. I woke up knowing that I am supposed to create. And I know in the deepest part of my being that I am designed to help others along the way. Most people know that I was born in a
Jen Gressel. A well balanced life. You can do anything you put your mind to. This is something my dad told me repeatedly when I was younger. That phrase has always danced in my head. I needed to hear that when I was younger to find out what it meant when I got older. To me,