My name is Sabrina Felice and I come from the little city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, where I was born and raised. I love where I come from.. Sure it’s not the biggest, but that is what I love about it.
I am nineteen years old and I just finished my first year at Lakehead University in the Kinesiology program. By looking at my pictures, you might think I am a girly girl. But this is not all true. Don’t get me wrong, I love dressing up in dresses and heels, and doing my hair. But I also enjoy sports and video games. I love playing soccer, running, going to school, eating, relaxing, spending time with family, and dressing up. I have many hobbies and interest, but I guess that makes me who I am.
I come from an Italian family, so I absolutely LOVE to eat. I have an older sister, and twin brother. Everyone always asks “What’s it like to be a twin?” To be honest.. It’s AWESOME! I think that’s where I get my “tom-boyish” ways from. Family is very important to me, and because my family lives busy lives, I value the time I get to share with them.
I was raised with good morals and values, and I truly believe in them. I truly believe that my parents shaped me into a respectful young lady. From manners to etiquette, my parents taught me life lessons that I would remember for the rest of my life. They always told me to have respect for everyone, whether I knew them or not. I continue to live by the morals and values that my parents taught me. I am happy with who I have become.
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I am an individual who believes in the importance of physical activity on people’s health. I hope to inspire people of all ages to get active as the obesity rate continues to increase. Not only do I hope to change people’s minds on the thought of exercise, but I hope to teach people about the importance of physical activity and the affect it has on the body.
I also hope to inspire the young to be confident in who they are. Society has given the word “beautiful” a specific definition, and I want to change that. I believe that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. There is no specific kind of beautiful. To every young girl I meet, I want to share the words, “Be your own kind of beautiful.” Because no one should feel as though they have to look a certain way. I want to have every young individual love who they are, because they are unique and beautiful. To my family, friends, and supporters,
THANK YOU, because without you I would not be where I am today. Thank you for all your support, guidance, and love.