Ever since I could remember, I had big dreams of being famous. When I was in my early teens, I wanted to act and would practice my monologues in my room(unlike others who just talked to themselves lol) as well as my Oscar speeches. Right before I went to college, I had dreams of being the top publicist helping out the biggest names in entertainment reach that next level. I wanted to be different but I wasn’t sure if I was ready to put myself out there in order to accomplish my goals. They say in order to go somewhere you have never been, you have to do something you’ve never done. For me, it was putting myself out there, not necessarily welcoming rejection but being able to handle it without letting it crushing my entire being. For so long, I worried about what others thought of me and in this industry, public opinion can make you or break you. I wasn’t sure if I was strong enough to handle the pressure. Until “The Angielala Experience” that is…being vulnerable and exposed in a public forum was different but in a good way. It was therapy for me and I realized that others could identify with the mistakes and mishaps and we all could grow from them. I have learned to embrace all of my little quirks and imperfections and know that those little things have opened my eyes and brought me to this point in my life so I am thankful for learning how to love who I am, flaws and all.
Love. Live. Life.