We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.
Gwendolynn Coleman | Lash tech
Before my injury I’ve always been known to be a leader, popular and athletic, every sport I participated in I was very competitive. As I continue to grow in the lash extension industry my legacy would be my courage my strength and determination. Being a disabled black woman has been one of the most difficult change in my life but I never gave up. I’ve worked so hard to get where I am today. Yet I’m still not done there is so much more growth to accomplish. Read more>>
Miranda Hernandez | Leasing
I want people to remember me as the fun, loving, out going girl that went above and beyond not only for her kids but for others as well! I want people to remember that when i had nothing, alone and depressed from a failed marriage that i changed myself around, got a better job and did better to show my kids that good things happens to those who work for it!! Remember me as the girl who always had a smile on her face; even on her worst days! Read more>>
Rebecca Ventura | @mappedbybecca, Travel Writer & Content Creato
I want people to remember me as the girl that lived her life boldly and inspired others to seek their bliss. Last minute move across the country? Do it. Spontaneous shark dive? Hot air balloon ride? Skydiving? Consider them all booked. Life is too short to waste a second of time on things that do not deeply move or invigorate you. I want to encourage everyone around me to do the things that scare them and lead lives filled with love and adventure. I want to be known as the girl that chased after every dream she conjured up and throughout it all, remained authentically and unapologetically herself. Read more>>