- I was a cheerleader from the time I was in 3rd grade, till my sophomore of high school. It comes off as a surprise to a lot of people, because they normally say, “I don’t see it”. I never know how to react to that, but I loved cheerleading, and miss it.
- My first concert ever was Brittany Spears at Madison Square Garden. I was in the 1st grade, I remember it being epic, and I remember her performing, Lucky.
- The first album I ever bought with my own money, was Sum 41’s, Underclass Hero, album. I bought it at a Walmart and I was about 10 or 11 years old.
- I sprained my foot in 8th grade from skateboarding and broke a bone in my hand from longboarding two years ago.
- I discovered spiritualism as a religion about two years ago, and it has completely changed my life for the better. It has helped me cope with my depression and anxiety, I learned to meditate from it, work with crystals and angel cards. I honestly feel amazing and I am so happy, I feel good about myself.
- I got tested for dyslexia when I was about 7 years old because my 2nd-grade teacher told my Mom I should get tested. Sure enough, I’m dyslexic! I’m super proud of it too, it’s like the cool kids club. Schooling was really difficult for me, but I did it, got a college degree too, now here I am writing, almost every single day, for work and fun!
- I have three tattoos, that all basically hidden. My first tattoo, is my “logo” which is the two triangles, one up, one down and that’s on the back of my neck. My second tattoo is an old-school drawing of Winnie the Pooh bear, which is my all-time favorite Disney character, and that is on my butt. I recently got on my 23rd birthday, a tattoo of a crescent moon on my right foot. I wanted it to be a reminder of how great my 22nd year was, and every time I look down it reminds me to keep moving forward.
- I have a lot of crazy business ideas and projects, that I was to fulfill one day. They mostly have to do with crafting, and fashion.
- I used to have a music blog that I started when I was 15. I stopped doing it because I got so busy with school, and my jobs it was hard to keep up. It was also really annoying because I didn’t have the best equipment to use, so everything was poorly edited and overall bad quality. All the interviews should be on YouTube if you feel like hunting them down and having a good laugh, knock yourself out. Maybe I’ll do a whole blog post on my past as a wannabe music journalism reporter. It was a really big and fun part of my teenage years and I meet a lot of cool people from it.
- Lava is not my last name.