Ever since I was a young girl, I have always showered my “audience” with my comedic nature only to leave a lasting impression on them. My goal in life is to make people laugh, which is why I aspire to be showcased on television. Hosting television shows, acting both commercially and theatrically, I have always had an agenda to break into any or all of these careers.
After completing college and graduating with a BS in broadcast journalism*, I ventured out to Los Angeles in order to fight for what I ultimately want to accomplish. I will never give up, regardless of what happens.
*I also have a masters degree in Nutrition Communications from Tufts University (as of August 2014).
I hold a masters degree in Nutrition Communication and Science, from Tufts University. I am also constantly researching all health/wellness information and may very well have more education than a multitude of nutritionists, doctors, dieticians, etc… Just saying! (ha ha). I also hold a degree in Broadcast Journalism and know that I do hold the power of freedom of speech. On top of that, I know public figures such as celebrities, need to be able to take a joke, which is exactly what I am doing in almost every blog and video that I post. My blog is meant to make the world of health and nutrition lighthearted and fun as opposed to stale and boring like most text books. My goal is to give people ideas on how to live a healthier lifestyle; you have the right to exercise or ignore my thoughts and ideas. Please do consult your doctor prior to instilling any of my ideas into practice as everyone has different needs.
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