Well I am Alexia, most of my friends call me Ale or Alex but at work I am known as “Baby A.” I am at the moment a manager at Kohl’s which you know retail sucks but my team is what keeps me going. I was born in Mexico City but came here (North Carolina) when I was 4 years old.
What inspires you everyday?
Honestly just making someone’s day man. I enjoy being so nice to certain people or even strangers. You don’t know what people go through so it’s not that hard to not be an asshole. Like spread happiness around because we live in a whole where everything is negative first!
What is some words of wisdom you live by?
I have always believed that if something is meant to be yours it will be when the universe wants it to be. Like nothing happens just because.
What does love mean to you?
Love means a lot. I feel like the most important love you should have is for yourself. I was in a relationship a year ago and I thought I was happy with this person but something was always missing. Until I finally left the relationship which honestly took a lot and focused on me that’s when it all hit. I learned how to love me for me and to spread love to others. Love can create peace, motivation, kindness, willingness, kids of course but so much more if we just decide to be okay with showing emotions and being soft.
How do you feel about life?
At the moment, I think the world is shit and as bad as it sounds but I have hope that the newer generations will make the changes we want! I am loving life at the moment, there’s stuff I’ve been through just like everyone else, yet I can’t let that define me
Last question what do you plan for the rest of 2020?
Honestly to enjoy staying more at home, and do stuff at home. I am someone who likes being everywhere so COVID-19 made that hard but I’ve started to love being more artsy in a way, spending time with my nieces and nephews. Also drive in raves… those are so fun and I’m super glad they did them. I just want growth for the rest of the year and to spread love. I look forward to when this is over because it gave me an appreciation for what we had and can have again.