An invitation into her kitchen is always full of food, fun and faith. Tabitha’s life journey is a gold mine. As she cooks, wisdom and advice are being deposited in the lives of any who chooses to listen. It hasn’t always been easy for her. She’s had her fair share of failures, disappoints, heartaches and step-backs. Nonetheless, these incidences were just a fiery furnace, refining her story to become gold. Now, she gets to be Oprah-esque, “you get gold”, “you get gold.” We are all getting gold, the wisdom to reach our potential. She is a woman of faith. I admire her resilience to keep standing. Her beauty isn’t only displayed outwardly. She has an inner beauty, a good heart with love for people. She is a wife, a mother of two. She is an actress, vlogger, entrepreneur and a Whole Food Ambassador.
Here goes my virtual interview with Tabitha:
- What is one thing you would you like the audience to know about you?
I’m a huge fan of LOVE! I believe every person is worthy of being loved! Love truly can conquer all❤
- How do you deal with failures, hardships, judgmental and pessimistic people?
They are all part of life. I learn from them and let them shape me, mold me and strengthen me! Things and people we can’t control are always going to happen, but your reaction to those things is what’s most important. I live by the quote: What others think of you, is none of your business.
- What is the one thing that you would say contributed most to your success?
God and Perseverance… No matter how hard it gets, I refuse to give up.
- What advice would you offer women wanting to be like you and make a difference?
My advice always is don’t aspire to be like me, but be the Best YOU that you can be! Whatever your goals are, just make sure you stay true to yourself and always lead in love! Be good to people, because it will come back❤
I’m stronger with her. I’ve extracted so much wisdom from her experiences. The more I listen to her, the more I’m realizing how one’s transparency can change the life others. It will motivate people to be different and do differently. Her life taught me, to fully trust God’s plan for my life. If the formula of our lives isn’t working, make sure the equation is right by ensuring that God is in the equation. We can’t do it alone. Thank you Tabitha for being an influence to all of us around you.
Here’s to more dinners in your kitchen, Tabitha