You can’t deny that people are amazing. Who does not like sitting with good friends asking fun, insightful and funny questions? This is about 11 questions. I’ll show some friends I look up to as well as people within the community that I’ve always wanted to get to know. As a bonus, I’ve updated some questions!
This interview was originally posted by Carlson on his personal blog.
a few months ago Brendan Okonor Put Hellthy Junk Food on my radar. After watching a few YouTube videos And finding out that they are located in Orlando, I thought they would be perfect for “11 Questions”.
Julia, JB, and we brainstormed a bunch of ideas and settled on a few that were as bright as the midday sun. It was all fun and games until it was time to get down to business. What was the work? He had JB and Julia grind bowls of spaghetti into their mouths, see if they had what it took to work in the kitchen, and relieve their black eyes by junk food (it was makeup). Make sure to check them out on social media for a good laugh.
Who do you look at?
We are looking forward to the positive. People who love life, are silent, help others, work hard and respect dissent.
Favorite book, album or music that influenced your life?
There is a book calledThe subtle art of not giving a damnWhich can benefit anyone who allows themselves to absorb the messages and ideology of dealing with life and its many struggles.
If you could interbreed between two different types of animals, what would they be?
If we could interbreed between two different types of animals, it would have to be a dog and a cat because that would not be so harmful to society, but could also provide an interesting companion and of course viral content on the internet.
Who inspired you in your life?
Our inspiration is the same as the answer to question 1.
What are you proud of?
We are proud that we never gave up. We never make excuses when times were tough, make improvements, adapt, learn from others and stand back, push ourselves beyond our comfort zones, and achieve greatness through hard work and perseverance.
What rejuvenates you?
Creators events, conferences, get-togethers, creative writing, hanging out around like-minded people—all these things combined into some fashion rejuvenate us.
Is there anything you haven’t done yet that you feel compelled to do?
JP: My dream is to audition for a role in a movie and eventually get the role. It’s something I’ve wanted to do since I was four years old. And though life gets in the way, I’ll take advantage of it if I get the chance.
Julia: I would like to get more involved in the fitness community, like teaching yoga, or anything related to improving our health.
How do you balance your personal and professional life?
We’ve learned to prioritize what makes us happy as long as it doesn’t negatively impact our careers. Sometimes it’s important to know when to put work aside to focus on your mental health.
Best place to eat in Orlando?
JP: Best place to eat in Orlando fat king, because it represents everything I’m about. It combines local vibes, quick service style, reasonable price and there is absolutely no way to order something wrong. The menu is simple enough to choose what you want and get it the way you want it.
Julia: I love the East End Market. It combines quality, beauty and versatility. It’s local, delicious and creative.
How do you wish you could remember?
We hope to be remembered as good people. It may sound simple, but just being a good person is actually a great thing.
If you were to choose a different profession, what would it be?
s: If you choose a different profession, you will be the host of a part-time gaming program. This way, you don’t have to do it all the time, but enjoy the fun of being a game show host. Let’s be honest, there isn’t much turnover for game show hosts, so I suppose it’s a very interesting job.
Julia: I always wanted to be a musician, singer, and songwriter because I had a degree in the music industry from my time in college.
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