HISTORY OF VEHICLEDIGEST
Created in 2013, VehicleDigest evolved from the Instagram account I posted pretty pictures of cars on, then hash-tagged for followers and likes. Without purpose, I was infatuated by vehicles and airplanes, so I blogged about creating a world passionate for experiencing their essence. Expressing it daily through elegance and wit, I share with my readers the beauty of our nature which became the VEHICLE of my journey.
What you’ll read is how I DIGEST it.
I’m a creative writer, poet, and self-publishing author encouraging readers to follow their fears. Since the age of six, I’ve journaled to express frustrations with self-doubt, emotional intelligence, and the anxieties of feeling bewildered in a world we live apart.
After leaving my six-figure aviation sales role in 2018, I continued writing daily to sustain faith in such a bold decision and grow through a lifestyle of meditation. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, there are several stories I’ll share with readers including the journaling journeys of my imaginary friends as a kid, a creative writing series, and stories emerging out of the dark places of my past.
From the years of silently battling depression and anxiety, my stories are written through the parallels of our universe, showcasing my lonesome journey into a life of self-fulfillment. I feel empowered by my enthusiasm for boxing, long runs up hilltops, weightlifting, playing the saxophone, and training my puppy Kali.
Writing to transcend thought, contest mainstream ideals, lifestyle habits, and daring readers to remove the filters off their world—by love and trust, I aim to lead by example into a new world of our watching generations.
FACING YOUR FEARS
Diving into uncharted waters brings me to a world of untouched emotions. I’m not the best swimmer, but the vehicle driving me into the depths of a sea within is something like a phenomenon. Everyday I dive deeper into my ocean, myself, and discover a sea of colors I first saw during my panic attacks as a young adult.
Those colors are the fears I face. Now I write them to you, a reader, who also has a deep ocean with unexplored waters. My vehicle for now is meditation. Next, it could be you, your world, but only time will tell.