This website is a collection of things that I want to share with you like blog posts about stuff that I am passionate about, things that I find interesting or just life in general.

I’ve learned a lot about life in the short amount of time that I’ve had so far–because of an unexpected circumstance that ultimately changed me. It’s important to know that your strength isn’t measured in how much you can lift but by your courage and your relentless will to overcome any obstacle.

Above all, I believe in myself and take risks. I’ve gotten to perform at some pretty nifty places, work with professional wrestlers that I idolized on television growing up, film a music video with a rad artist, have platinum and gold records from working at a record label… none of that was easy but I am so very thankful. I know the best is still ahead and everyday I am going to be that much closer to achieving my dreams.

Everything based on my website is of my own personal opinion.

Week 4 as Ms. Woman Florida United States

This week I was able to celebrate my birthday by riding in the Tribute to Heroes parade in Lakewood Ranch with my brother and sister-in-law. It was a really special day and I am so happy that we got to honor the people who fought for our freedom while also thanking those who served. Additionally, I also visited some children at the new Golisano Children’s Hospital in Fort... read more

Week 3 as Ms. Woman Florida United States

Nationals is coming up SO quickly! To celebrate our accomplishment of winning our respective state titles, myself and my sister queens, Bethany and Lauren, had a photoshoot with the official Ms./Ms. Woman/Mrs. Florida photographer–Larry Oskin! It was such a... read more

Week 2 as Ms. Woman Florida United States

I have to say, again, this week was pretty busy. I appeared on the front page of the Cape Coral Daily Breeze and also made my first appearance as Ms. Woman Florida United States. I was supposed to run the Miles for Moffitt 5K, but instead I had the opportunity to support the cause even further with Mrs. Georgia Bethany Kizzie. We helped the kids decorate some beautiful flowers that were then added to the Garden of Hope, which is a free-standing fence that will be displayed inside of Moffitt… providing the message of encouragement to those who see it. We also got to hand out medals to the kids who participated in the kids runs–some of those kids can fly! It was an absolute honor to not only let the kids try on the crown, but also some of the cancer survivors that attended the event. All in all, Moffitt raised over $1 million for cancer research. It was such an amazing event and I am so glad that I got to be part of it! If you would like to support me in my quest to the national title, you can do so by DONATING HERE. If you are interested in sponsoring me, please e-mail me at Thank you so much for all of the... read more

WE DID IT!: My Journey to the Crown

Most of you know this was my third time competing at the state pageant, and boy has it been a journey. Life has consisted of sometimes doing two-a-days with workouts, being in the gym during the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day when everyone else is celebrating, skipping on dessert at birthday celebrations and more. It has meant a lot of hard work and dedication to this path. It has meant getting knocked down and standing back up again and again. This year’s pageant was probably one of the most fun things I’ve done in my entire life. It began with Friday (April 28th) where we had a photoshoot with the dolphins at Mainland for Old City Life Magazine, styled by Nautilus at the Beach—which is a super cute store in St. Augustine. I kept thinking to myself, “When in the real world would I ever have that opportunity to have that same interaction and fun with the dolphins?!” After the shoot was over, we had dinner at 386. I had the vegetable tuscan ravioli and it was fantastic! Saturday, I had to be up bright and early to get my makeup done. The bonus of that was getting to see the sunrise over the beach. Being from Florida, that’s something that I will never get sick of… we have such beautiful coastal sunrises and sunsets. We had orientation and the women were just so great. I can’t even begin to tell you the caliber of the ladies, but most importantly they were all so extremely genuine and I definitely walked away with many great friends this year. After we... read more

A HEALTHY French Toast Bake

Woahhhh, I know what you’re thinking. “How can the word healthy possibly be in the same title with french toast?!” I get it. But this isn’t your normal recipe. I’ve made a bunch of changes to the original recipe that I found on the net to eliminate more of the yuck and substitute better alternatives (like the bread type). Things You Need: • A medium to large sized banana • 1/4 cup of almond milk, unsweetened • 1/4 cup of oats • 1/2 tsp of ground cinnamon • 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract • 1 slice of sprouted grain bread, cubed Directions: • Preheat oven to 375 degrees • Cut your banana in half (roughly). Mash half of the banana in a bowl and cut the other part into slices. • Take your mashed banana and add the almond milk, cinnamon and vanilla extract. Mix until it is fully combined. • Put your bread cubes into the mixture and use a fork to lightly press down so they absorb most of the liquid. • Add your oats and gently mix until everything looks even. (If your mix seems too dry, add a tiny splash of more almond milk.) • Transfer your mixture to your oven safe dish and then add your banana slices to the top. • Bake for 20 minutes. Your banana pieces will have a slight brown color to them. French Toast – Step 3, Part 1'French Toast – Step 3'French Toast – Step 4' Pretty easy, right?! I’ve found the bigger the banana that is used, the more flavorsome the bake is. One of these days... read more

Leading A Sustainable Healthy Lifestyle

If you’ve read my blogs from the past, or if you know me personally, you are aware that in 2006 my life changed when I was diagnosed with a heart condition called Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome. I had a successful ablation later that year. I had both physical and mental barriers to breakthrough after all of that. It was rough, I’m not going to lie. I faced everything from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to depression and even anxiety. Naturally, because I was trying to lead a physically fit lifestyle before with training to be a professional wrestler, I wanted to jump right back into my routine and get back on track with chasing my dreams. Sometimes life doesn’t work out like that, and that’s okay. When I reference having strength, I am talking about having your belief in yourself and what you want tested again and again every day and never giving up on it–I’m never referring to how much someone can lift. Going through all of this made me a stronger person; at points I felt like I had no other choice. As I tried to build my endurance on the treadmill, I felt my body pushing against me. At times, my heart would begin racing out of control and at other times it would give me deep burning sensations that stopped me in my tracks. I had to come to terms with the fact that at that current moment, my body did not want to be pushed… I needed to provide it with time to heal. From time to time, I would go to the gym and try getting... read more


Ms. Woman Florida United States 2017

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May 13: Miles for Moffitt - Tampa
May 23: Golisano Children's Hospital - Fort Myers
May 28: Tribute to Heroes Parade - Lakewood Ranch
June 8: First Pitch for Tampa Bay Rays
June 11: Benefit for Collier County fire victims - Naples
July 1-8: National Pageant - Orlando
July 29: Shoes of Hope - Cape Coral
October 14: Give Kids the World - Kissimmee
November 1: Kids Cook with Heart - Orlando
November 4: Daytona Beach
November 11: Veterans Day Parade - Cape Coral
December 2: Christmas Parade - Tampa
December 16: NAIA Championship - Daytona
December 17: Shop with A Cop - Daytona
December 17: Make-A-Wish Fundraiser - Winter Park
January 20: Gasparilla Children's Parade - Tampa
February 17: Estero Heart Walk - Estero
February 17: Edison Festival of Light Parade - Fort Myers
March 11: Ronald McDonald House - Gainesville
April 10: Go Red For Women Luncheon - Estero
April 15: Florida United States Pageants - Daytona Beach

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