It was a dream working with gorgeous Annie Sol.
Such a stunning young woman who moves with grace and light. Her thoughtfulness and passion shine through.
We're in love!
1. You’re studying at the moment. Can you tell us more?
I am studying a Bachelor of Psychological Science through Southern Cross University. I've been undertaking my studies online, which has been both a tremendous challenge yet equally rewarding experience. I hope to commence my Masters Degree next year, wish me luck!
2. And you dance! What is your preferred style/genre?
Dancing is a way of life for me. Not only is it my main creative outlet but it's also how I stay fit & active. Dancing certainly keeps my mind, body & soul happy. If I had to choose my favourite genre I would say contemporary dance due to its nature, practically anything goes & you are free to express yourself however you feel in the moment.
3. What are you most passionate about right now?
What inspires you daily?
I am passionate about many things - meditation, yoga, living consciously & sustainably to reduce our individual & collective impact on the earth, dancing, minimalism, immersing myself in nature, oceans & rainforests, animals - especially my black cat Django, plant based foods that nourish my body & clean water to name more than a few.
4. If you had the opportunity to change one thing with the wave of your magic wand what would it be?
I would change the way we treat ourselves, each other & the planet. I would instil more love, compassion & acceptance in every human being so we can open our eyes & our hearts to the miracle that is life & how truly blessed we are to be alive in such uncertain yet monumental times. Positive changes are already happening, I can feel it!
5. We love how you expressed to us about your heritage and we felt your pride and confidence. Would you be happy to share with us a little about your background?
My ethnicity is Ecuadorian-Australian. I was born in Ecuador & moved to Australia with my immediate kin when I was less than a year old. I've travelled back to Ecuador many times & during my most recent trip I lived over there for a year, completely immersing myself in Latin-American culture, relishing in my families company & soaking in all that it means to be Ecuadorian. I feel very blessed to have dual nationalities.
6. Do you have a daily mantra?
I would say the closest thing to my daily mantra would be to "live every day to its fullest potential".
Find Annie on instagram @anniesolsista