It's me again! You know my favorite things by now, but do you know my favorite Snapchat filter? It's not the flower crown, think again...
How do you know the Ya Sisters?
I am one!!!
Something I love to do. Music.
What do YA do?
Songwriter, singer, writer, dancer
Favorite Song on Repeat?
Heartbreak Dreamer by Mat Kearney
Piece of Advice:
Don’t let anyone make you doubt yourself or your gut instincts/intuition.
What young adult would you vote for to be president right now?
Favorite news outlet:
theSkimm. They’re just the coolest!
How do you get motivated to exercise?
Dance, yoga, pilates, surfing, anything that gets my body moving makes me happier!
What inspires you?
Passionate, driven people. Also, the ocean.
Who inspires you?
My sister. She’s pretty rad.
What would you tell yourself one year ago?
Whatever is going to happen is going to happen. Be resilient. Do something and stop eating so many french fries.
How did you get where you are?
I try not to let opportunities pass me by. Also practice, practice, practice and do what you love.
What is the one thing you wish there was a cure to?
How would your BFF describe you? Give us three adjectives! Go!!!
2. Hard Working
What are you binge watching?
BEST part of life:
Love of life. Knowing people and their stories.
Favorite activity/thing to do:
Anything that involves music.
Favorite place to be:
Paia. A small hippy town in Maui, Hawaii.
What do you wish people knew more about?
Ally Hilfiger, Angelina Jolie, Carole King… I’m leaving room because there’s definitely more! Oh, Rebecca Skloot!
Favorite Snapchat filter:
The granny with the curlers in her hair.
Words of wisdom:
1. Stay tough, stay kind, stay strong.
2. Always have something you think is lucky, I have a lucky number.
3. Always eat ice cream.
How do you give back?
①③ Wishes by The Ya Sisters is a way that my sister and I give back to communities through art in creative ways.
What do you think is necessary to improve our education system?
Acknowledgement that grades don’t mean everything. Also never don’t apply to a college that you may think you don’t have a chance of being accepted into, you never know what they’re looking for.
…what about our world?
Actually listening, not just hearing. Communication rather than just a text. Also, consideration of other humans and kindness.
Five things you’d bring from your medicine cabinet if you knew you were going to be stranded on a desert island:
1. Face Wash
3. Leave In Conditioner
4. Sea Kelp (but that's probably already there on the island...)
5. Eyelash Curler.
Want to try some of the products that I use? Take a look below...
*Click on each image to be directed to shop the product*
I've been using this for five years and I'm still on the same bottle, not because I don't use it every time after I wash my hair, but because it literally never runs out. This smells amazing and gets all the tangles out of my hair after a long day, and trust me, my hair gets really knotted. I also use this shampoo and conditioner!
I think when I find a product that works I really stick with it. My shower is never without a good face wash.
I use my eyelash curler everyday, it's something I never go without. This one is $2... and it's free shipping... enough said.
Check out my sister's Talk Here
What else do you want to know? Should we do a post on our favorite spots in Los Angeles?