Hey guys! Last month, I set a few personal goals that I’m in the process of achieving: Get the concealed carry process going, which included shelling out loads of money for two 8 hr classes. On top of applying for my license.Note: The costs weren’t too bad. Find a few local groups and clubs that… Continue reading Just Do It
I log my struggles, their progression, and my temporary triumphs. My triumphs are temporary because pole dancing isn’t about mastering a move then another. To me, it’s about the journey to accomplishing a move –perfecting the fundamentals then adding various entrances (getting into the move), accenting the move (simply holding the pose or making sure… Continue reading Pole Dancer’s Log
My nerves tried to control me. Initially they did, I had to find the courage to face my fears of performing in front of 150 people for the first time. The courage came easily once I realized I was performing in front of my pole family. But those nerve came back just hours before it… Continue reading Pole Dance Student Showcase
A lot has been going on in the past month. I have been too tired to pick up my phone and blog!! But, I forced myself to get this post going.
This past month I did the following:
Planned and executed TWO company picnics;
Prepped and modeled in my first photoshoot;
Had TWO job interviews including a job shadow with the Vice President, President and the team of a private organization; and
Attended all of these wonderful events like Bachata lessons, fancy dinners and brunch at a French restaurant.
All of this wouldn’t have been so bad if the commute was more manageable -more spread out and not back to back. Each weekend of this month I traveled between 160 and 320 miles. That’s a maximum of 1280 miles added to my car in 30 days. That’s a lot of miles, but I’m happy this month is at an end. I really need to catch up on my finances in order to be ready for the upcoming Holiday shopping season.
I have an interest in performing my pole dancing abilities in front of an audience with pole and non-pole experiences. In any performance – speech; track & field or pole, I get the jitters. I’m nervous because I am demonstrating bravery by performing in front of a group of people, giving them the opportunity… Continue reading Performance Jitters
I had a good week… I accomplished more than I believed. I workout twice a week. I take two ninety minute classes which involve progressively intense warm ups, workouts, and strength conditioning all prior to learning new material while still practicing the old. I’m mentally and physically stronger. My body can do amazing things, but… Continue reading Pole Progression: Proud Week
I cut my hair!! I went from this: To this: I was so ready for this drastic hair change. After I exhausted my desired hair color options: red, purple, brown, and blonde with a full head of hair; I decided I needed to go short. Before this cut I wore a short tapered hairstyle. This… Continue reading Natural Hair: Drastic Cut