i think danny will be selling them at simplysteezy.com
wow, thank you so much that really means a lot to me.
when i started doing my thing in kansas, i was a hairstylist also. i traveled to model about once a month. i wasn’t really making money off the modeling just networking and building my book. when i left kansas, modeling was my only source of income. i think when you realize that its a fight or flight type of situation, you make it work. i’ve always been pretty good about not living beyond my means. i paid cheap rent in a shitty apartment in philly and hustled my ass off to book modeling gigs with photographers that would pay me. i started shooting in different brand’s clothing at my shoots to, once again, network and build my book. once i felt confident enough in my work, i started charging brands in order for me to shoot their stuff. eventually i was able to get passed working with individuals for pay (there is nothing wrong with it, i just prefer bigger budgets) and now i work mostly with companies that hire me. its very much about the long term and not the short term. the short term always seems like a struggle but as long as you’re building toward something the pay off will eventually come. the difference between people who “make it” and people who don’t is talent, yes.. but also it is who can last the longest without giving up.
don’t give up. like my dad always says, “quitters never win.”
hi! i have been watching my food intake lately. staying away from fried & greasy foods. eating a lot cleaner.
as for work out, i wish i did it more. i’ve been working with a trainer once a week and boxing etc. i like to hike but mostly sex seems to be doing the trick.