In May 2019 I will complete my training and board exams to become a licensed Esthetician and plan to work in a cooler climate at least part-time. This has been a dream of mine for many years. Everyday I see beauty in people that they do not see in themselves. As a licensed Esthetician I will have the opportunity to help them bring out their outer beauty. Outer beauty is our way of cultivating our inner confidence so that we can fully experience the life we want for ourselves.
The New Career
My move is strategic to place me in my new location at the beginning of my work as an aesthetician. My goal is to work with an organization that recognizes the value of a spa contributor (employee) who has vocational training and a professional degree. As a trained and experienced marketing professional I can easily identify and open-up new sources of cash flow.
The first time I experienced a facial I knew that when the time was right I would get my license. The entire experience was so relaxing and peaceful, it felt better than a massage. When I came out of my treatment and looked in the mirror I was overcome with joy. My skin looked so much healthier and it felt great. Before I left I purchased a high-quality spa skin care product and my skin has been much happier since.
My goal is to relocate to Marin County in California (or possibly the PNW) to enjoy living by the ocean for at least 4-6 months of the year. I was lucky enough to be raised in a family that enjoy a home and a cabin. This was such a wonderful experience that I am creating my own version of this lifestyle.
Palm Springs is an amazing area with world class entertainment and venues. The people are incredibly warm and inviting. As with most people who live and travel there, I love Palm Springs and consider it home. However, it was never my intention to live here all year. We all know the desert is very unforgiving.
Since I love urban hikes, outdoor sports and outdoor activities I want to live somewhere cool for part or most of the year. During the course of my career I have lived and worked in the Bay Area and the PNW (Seattle). There are so many wonderful communities that I am seeking the right opportunity along the west coast, and will happily relocate.