Heeeyyy!!! By now, you know that I'm Aubs. I'm really excited that you're interested in me and my projects. I would like to say that I'm a normal 9 year old girl, but that wouldn't be true. Almost everybody who knows me tells me that I'm very different from other kids my age. I'm not always sure what they mean by that but I don't mind it! I think it's better if I just drop some fun facts about me below! Enjoy!!
1. I love all things PRETTY!
2. If I’m not playing outside with my friends, I’m almost always dancing or working on my blog and YouTube channel.
3. I hate cleaning but I love really clean and neat spaces. Don’t judge me.
4. My baby brother Mason is my favorite person in the world!
5. I love watching horror movies but I don’t want to sleep alone after watching them! LOL!
6. I love the weekends because my Mommy-Daughter dates with my Mom are the best!
7. Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and french toast is my favorite breakfast food.
8. I love my church World Overcomers Christian Church in Durham, NC. It’s LIT!!
9. I like writing really juicy and suspenseful short stories.
10. I want to be the President of the United States when I’m an adult; but since I can’t do that until I’m 35 years old, I have a long list of other careers that I plan to be successful in before that time:
A) Author (getting a head start on this one)
B) Create my own natural skin care product line.
C) Create my own kids bedroom décor product line.
E) Supreme Court Judge
What are some of the things that you want to be successful in? Anything is possible for us B.O.S.S.Y girls!
What Inspired Me To Write A Book?
Great question. Well first, my Mom is an author and writer. I have seen other women tell my Mom how much they loved her book and how it helped them. I thought that was really cool. So when I was being called "bossy" all the time by other kids, I used to hate it. It made me feel like everyone thought I was a bad person and I knew that I wasn't. It wasn't until my Mom taught me that I was really a leader that I began to not care when I was called bossy. I learned that since I was young, I hadn't really learned how to explain myself to others or share my ideas with others in the best ways. Now, I'm okay with being B.O.S.S.Y since I am learning how to be a better leader. I don't always get it right, but I feel much better knowing that I am putting forth an effort. Most importantly, I'm learning how to use my leadership skills to write books, start a blog and own businesses. I'm having so much fun doing all of this and want to share my journey with other girls just like me. So, I came up with the "B.O.S.S.Y" book and "The B.O.S.S.Y Girl Playbook" to help girls like me learn more about leadership and show what can happen if we brought our leadership skills together to make big changes. My Mom helped me put these books together and I can't wait to connect with other girls like me.