Obtaining any title for a pageant comes a lot of responsibilities. I get to take many amazing opportunities, many include volunteering which is hands down my favorite part of becoming a title holder. Many question me on how I manage my time as a title holder and I love sharing it, and that is why I am choosing to let all of you know how I manage my time.
currently have two jobs, attend high school full time, have a full
workout schedule, and stay up to date with my pageant prep and
appearances. How do I do it? Well, I fit my two jobs in mainly during
the week after school, so in between 3pm and 9pm. I am on call at my job
as a DSP at the Anne Carlsen Center which makes it easy to pick when I
can and cannot work. As for my other job, I am a sales associate and
assistant manager part time at Nicole's Bridal. I usually fit my
workouts in my schedule early in the morning before school. My homework
then gets done either after I workout in the morning or after one of my
jobs in the evening. My pageant prep takes place in my car between work,
school, and other events. I learned that tip from a pageant workshop I
went to earlier this year and it has helped tremendously. It's great
time for self-motivation and interview practice. My stage presence is
practiced every time I wear heels during appearances, work, and even
with my casual wear at school.
I try to save one day a week for
me time and/or hanging out with friends. I may sound like I have no free
time, and there is always something to do, but having time to myself
and with friends is just as equally important in keeping my sanity. I
also wouldn't be able to do any of it without my amazing family, pageant
sisters and directors, and my friends.
"Be a pineapple, stand tall, wear a crown on your head, and be sweet on the inside"
Your Miss Teen North Dakota International