I’m a Dutchie by birth, but moved to the States when I was 17 years old. I’ve been living in North California since then; attending a ministry school and working as a video producer for a church. I’m currently a sociology major at an online college, I work as the Marketing Manager at The Crowning Jewels and recently started working at a local airport as well.
I spent most of my free time connecting with friends and family, going on adventures or doing something creative. I love to dance, write, hike, swim, travel, learn, read, work with leather, design, do counseling and public speaking and shoot photos and videos. Because I aim to learn something every day, try something new as often as I can and jump head-first into unfamiliar situations, my life tends to shape-shift frequently. Going 200 mph, there’s never a dull moment! 🙂
A fact needs a face before anyone cares. Story-telling makes global issues relatable and allow people to become aware of our shared humanity. I dream about traveling around the world with a small crew to do investigative journalism, to capture the stories of missionaries, to feature non-profits that fight for social justice and to highlight the beautiful diversity of unfamiliar cultures. This means that besides travel stories and recommendations, I also write about human rights, social justice, sustainable lifestyles and alternative charity.
I’ve personally experienced how genuine and unconditional Love can bring you from fear to freedom. Insecurity and fear were my close companions for far too many years, and they paralyzed me to a point I could not enjoy life or love myself. I want to share my own journey into freedom, because if it’s possible for me, it is most certainly available for you too.
Join me on this adventure of discovery. Let’s explore the world inside of you, the stories of the person next to you and the ever-intriguing world around you. There’s an Open Horizon, a fading line between heaven and earth.
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