Hello everyone I just wanted to share that there is a huge blog revamp under way with my lifestyle blog; a new name (A Lifestyle Created From Being Too Sassy) with new categories and much more. Stay tuned - xo
p.s changes are under going as we speak so it is rolling out little by little!
Between the ages of 2 to 5, I knew I wanted to be some sort of an entertainer. My youthful imagination was opened by three Females-Marilyn Monroe, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Britney Spears. My dream was all I could think about. Their world had an undeniable glamour that captured me from my earliest of memories and coming from a family of I’d guess you can say Rednecks I was a different kind of Travis. One that would add a whole new kind of sass to my family tree. In this post I’m giving those of you who read a tiny piece of my history and in honor of Pride Month a look into when I knew something about my feelings were colorful.
Don’t allow what others have to say influence how you view yourself or how you view people. Have an open mind when it comes to learning about others. The experience can be once in a lifetime. Keep your pride humble because everyone should have a sense of pride in themselves. - Paul Travis
Ideally everyone has a common knowledge or have heard about affirmations but the role they play psychologically can be very beneficial. The word affirmation was first originated from the Latin term affirmare, which means “to make steady, strengthen.” It’s scientifically proven they purify our thoughts by giving restructure to the dynamic of our brain. In March I did a 31 day project on Instagram where I posted an affirmation daily to help those who need a boost in their confidence and self-esteem. In this post I regrouped the list to give a more in-depth view on them.
Why not make life your canvas and create it on your terms. Why not give yourself the chance others have. One thing all successful people have in common is confidence, but it wasn’t handed to us. We earned it. I want to see each of you shine blissfully with the confidence you deserve.
Incase you missed this weeks exciting posts on social media you can now view it below. Pictures are taken from my Instagram feed but are posted on all public profiles. Be sure to follow to keep up with the latest. Link can be found at bottom of post - xo
The Art Of Balance: Welcome To My World is taking you into my dressing room and giving a private tour into how I make my busy schedule work, also at the end I give you tips I learned along the way to help you balance out everything you need. I'm giving an exclusive look at what exactly I do and the philosophy of my many visions.
If life taught me anything it's to live in the moment because once it's gone you can't relive it.
Incase you missed this weeks social media posts. Posts are taken from my Instagram feed but are posted to all public profiles. This week was pretty exciting. I turned 25 on March 11th and I feel really good about the latest Instagram project I'm doing. I hope you had an amazing week as well. Check out the recap below.
Here is the final part in "The Art Of Balance: Welcome To My World" blog post series. Part one gave you my routine for when my schedule is for photoshoots, part two did music and part three did my writing. In part four I am giving how I balance out everything outside of work-boyfriend, family, friends, me time plus tiny pieces I left out in the others about work and why I feel it's so important to cherish the times you have with them.
If life taught me anything it's to live in the moment because once it's gone you can't relive it- Paul Travis
I had a content meeting recently and I thought this would be a good idea to do a weekly recap of my posts on social media incase you missed it. All of the pictures below are from my Instagram feed, but they all go onto my public profiles; Facebook, Twitter and so forth. I love connecting with all my fans and am always coming up with cool concepts for posts. For the month of March I am posting my favorite positive affirmations once a day. Check out the recap below!
The Art Of Balance: Welcome To My World Part Three takes you into my most peaceful place, writing and how my philosophy is when I am working on my craft. In part one I gave you how crazy my schedule is behind the scenes for photoshoots and in part two I shared my music schedule. My whole career has always been about writing and it will always be. When it's time to work on my books, blog posts, columns and any other writing endevors I feel like I'm where I truly belong. It's the core of my career and the passion behind who I am.
Writing is every piece of me mixed with a wide range of emotions. It usually reflects my mouth I never know what's going to come out! Everything I have to say comes with a great message in the end. I speak from my heart and soul. I take my writing very serious but it's so fun to be a writer. It's my purpose in life and I'm enjoying the ride.
The first part of this blog post series "The Art Of Balance: Welcome To My World" I introduced behind the scenes for photoshoots. For today I am giving you a look into how my music is made and how everything comes together, along with my philosophy on my vision for it. I know I received mixed reviews on how I sound, sing or if I even have musical talent. Everyone's entitled to their own opinion. I don't agree with it because they don't know my background and I don't need their approval to live my life. They have to put me down because it's to protect their ego. Be sure to check out my new single link is at the bottom of the post.
It's rather simple, my sound can be stated as trashy dance pop music you love or hate. Written to empower others with confidence and about being a man's worst nightmare-Paul Travis
Born Paul Travis on March 11th, 1992. By the age of two, he was writing poems and stories about anything that caught his attention. Since a young age his love for all types of music, and creating influenced his vision of making a positive impact with inspiring fierce confidence to help others define themselves. Later he would find his career as a writer and singer.