My Story

Who am I? Where am I? Why am I? What am I?

My name is Savannah, and I am an athletic artist with big dreams.

My ego wants you to know that I have a hard-earned and expensive BFA, with a concentration in professional photography concerning advertising and commercial work.

But the real me wants to tell you that my first love was writing, and I will always be a writer. Photography is a tool that can help me build up my business, but it isn’t my passion. It has turned into an expensive hobby, with the hope that I’ll make some pocket change here and there. Okay, I’m lying; I would like to make more than that, but I have lost faith in the industry.

First and foremost, I am an athlete. I am a Crossfit’er and I eat Paleo. I believe happiness and peace around the world can be achieved by focusing on fitness, healthy eating, creativity and primal instinct. Eventually I will work with the government to implement changes in the food industry for the people, educating people in how they can be responsible for their own wellbeing.

My vision is a world where everyone does Crossfit, eats real food, lives a conscious and happy life, and where there is no fast food or corporations. A big dream, but if you believe in something then anything is possible.


§ One Response to My Story

  • Sue says:

    Hi! I’m Sue, and I’m from SlimKicker, a diet/fitness app and site. I found your blog a few days ago and it captured my interest!

    I’m contacting you b/c we’re about to release a fitness tracker (similar to FitBit) early next year, and are looking for bloggers who would be interested in getting 1 for free to review when it is out (negative or positive).

    Would you be interested in doing this? You can email me at: sue (at) slimkicker (com) with ‘Review’ in the email heading if you are.

    In case you don’t know, our site SlimKicker basically turns your diet/fitness goals into a level-up RPG game. The tracker will work in conjunction the website, and allow people to track calories burned and number of steps they walk automatically. The more they exercise, the more points they rack up! That’s basically how it will work.

    Anyway, hope to hear back either way…

    – Sue
    P.S. You can choose not to approve this comment as this is more of a private comment đŸ™‚

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