Not even 4 years ago I was gearing up for law school to be an entertainment attorney after finishing an undergrad degree in music business at Loyola in New Orleans. I’ve been a musician my whole life and business-oriented as well. People always saw those parts of me: blunt, outspoken, fierce, strong, even when I didn’t see them myself. Friends and teachers told me I’d make a great lawyer and I loved music, so I figured being an entertainment attorney made sense when really I never had a passion for it. It’s so easy to become the person others see in you and not necessarily who you are to you. Fast forward to now and I am working for myself full time as an accessible yoga teacher, public speaker, writer and advocate, giving women and femmes the tools to empower themselves, live authentically, and think critically.