I'm interviewing one person a day every day of 2018 on their birthday. I release their interviews on YouTube and Instagram. Here are the photos and their quotes.
Managed to do every day so far since Jan.1,2018, look forward to 300+ more to come!!
More info: youtube.com
“There’s been a lot of things in my past that I now regret. I wish that I could back and change a lot of things.” - Charles Miller
"Everyone has those moments where they think their life is the worst thing ever, but it's really not. And you just have to think all those amazing things you've done in your life, that you're lucky to be doing what you're doing" - Amanda LaCount
"I can be with somewhere completely different, speaking in an entire different language knowing entirely different people and with a completely different set of opportunities. For some weird reason I was given a second chance and I have to take it." - Sierra Shay
"I think like so many people, I still feel 16. Even though I feel like I've come into my adult years, i still feel like a teenager. And I think if I could live like 100, I'd still feel that way." - Elyse Preiss
"Everyone has a different path, it's interesting to look at them and analyze them. Even if it's just a point of being like 'No we don't need to be there in our life yet, it's going to be a different schedule for us.'" - Nick Hoskins
"You've heard that we accept the love we think we deserve. There were a lot of people who tried to help me, but I just couldn't accept it and it doesn't make me any less grateful for what they did for me." - Colleen Alison
"Theater can do so much more than leave the audience with a smile. It could really teach a lesson and move people and educate them by putting them in a vulnerable place" - Julia Marley
“In our culture today, we’ve separated from our source. We lose our sense. It’s the power of our presence that we are here to be, to emanate and to realize.” - Shonna Ordway
"Being an adult means having a set of things that you believe that you are willing to stand up for, and do that even when nobody is looking. That’s what being an adult is.” - Aaron Umetani
"The experience of both loss in my own life and working in hospice are one of the greatest gifts. The ability to understand that things aren't permanent and things are constantly changing" - Carlyle Coash