Runway practice was yet another daunting task. ~Side Note~ It's amazing when you look back at things you were once petrified of and you realize that there really was no need to be afraid. ~End Side Note~ Back to me shaking in my boots. First runway practice back in September 2014. We were to show… Continue reading Cayman’s Next Top Model…?
So now we've covered an overall general history that tells you nothing about me! LOL But really since my last blog post was so long I'll make this one a bit shorter. After I won, I got asked multiple times what was my crowning moment like. This is one of my favorite stories. So there… Continue reading And the Winner Is….
This post was originally for last week but I wanted to tie in the past and the current with the Orientation happening so I switched my posts. But that's ok because life is all about being flexible and adaptable! Something I learned from a very inspirational lady named, Joy Baldridge. So today we're talking about… Continue reading Little Miss Sunshine: Pageant Beginnings
Since today marks the Orientation for finding the next Miss Cayman, I thought it would also be fitting for me to take you through the training and the challenges that got me there, starting with my first Orientation. The first step in beauty pageants is to remember that the judging starts from the Orientation. This… Continue reading Rewind!
Hey there folks! So actually starting the content of my book is not as easy as I thought. I kept pondering for weeks what should be the first chapter and I figured why not start with some background. This was captured almost perfectly in the speech I gave at the 2017 CISHRP Human Resources Conference,… Continue reading Where did I come from?
When I sat down to speak with Chris Bailey, President of the Cayman Islands HR Society, to talk about the speech I would give at the annual HR Conference for 2017, he said something to me that stuck and is now one of my new goals. He said I should write a book that would… Continue reading Me? A book?
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton