The last few years have been some of the hardest I have experienced. I found myself on a journey after the passing of my Dad on 11/26/16. That day will forever be in my memory. My Dad told me in his last days he wished he was more like me! I looked at my Dad like he was nuts. My Dad was stable and a hardworking man. He worked in the printing industry for over 40 years and gave me tools to use in life. One of those tools was understanding technology. Dad gave me my 1st lesson in Designing business cards using Printshop. I graduated to Photoshop CS2. Then I found myself upgrading every time there was a new version. 😆. Dad wanted my diversity from what I got from our conversation. It’s that comment that drives my motivation every day to execute perfection in everything I do.
As a kid I was always using my hands to create things. I love painting, photography, and drawing.
Along with my love to create my journey has taken me into Broadcasting on Talk Radio. 1180 am KCKQ America Matters Media. We broadcast every Wednesday @ 9:00 am PT. https://americamatters.us
I have been refining myself and really only doing what really matters to me. I volunteer my time on a local art project that the kids in our classrooms make for the holiday season. Willow bill was a guest on my show and we have partnered up to aid the project in its success year after year. See how you can help here http://willowbill.com/
Recently, I noticed a little shop that was offering just what I needed. Flirtylash is located in Reno, NV across from Atlantis Casino. Soon I will be tested an have a Lash Certification. Here is my latest work.
Because of all of these things I can do I know each day brings something new even when the sad days come when you miss your Dad and want to tell him what Anita is up to now!
I also have a Bachelors in Fine Arts and a Master In Education. I also tap into those areas as well.
It is my hope that I can encourage and inspire others to rise out of Life’s curveball’s.
Remember you have everything you need inside of you!
Enjoy the little things. Relationships. Make the time for the things important to you.
Here’s to Success!