What sparked your interest in juicing?
What sparked my interest in juicing at first was my friend, now co-worker, Tommy Garrett introduced me to the documentary "Fat, Sick, & nearly Dead." It's a truly inspiring glimpse into how we can CHANGE our lives by what we put into our bodies. We can find health, joy, rest, comfort and confidence in who we were MADE to be by changing a huge area of our lives: what we eat. That's what inspired me to juice. The narrator in this documentary reversed his illnesses by supplementing his diet with juicing.
What is your favorite off the juicing menu?
My favorite juice would probably be the Pink Drink. I was turned off to it at first but as my tastes changed towards a more healthy pallet, I fell more in love with the Pink Drink. It consists of strawberries, beets, ginger, apple, and grapefruit.
Who inspires you?
Who inspires me: God does. I know to some this sounds cheesy or "soooo Christian" but I'm only able to be who I am because of God. He loves me so I am then able to love. He tells me I'm worthy, so I am then able to have confidence. I find strength and passion in how I've been created so I'm able to keep moving and growing In this life.
Life mantra... Wow. There's so many. I'd say : "Be salty". Most people have seen my salt shaker tattoo I have on my arm and I can dive into a deeper meaning at another time. But it reminds me to be set apart, to be ALIVE, & to be a person that brings flavor to this world and to this life.
Who is your favorite local artist?
And my favorite local artist is for sure Jamie Williams!!! Her stuff blows me away. I'm an artist as well and love to portray people. The way Jamie paints people so alive is truly amazing.