Biography's Are Hard To Do...

Written by Lisa Stocking.


My passion. My life and my career.

It's hard to write about one's self and celebrate all of your accomplishments without sounding boastful, but over time I have realized that if you do not acknowledge who you are or what you do others cannot identify with you as well.

Yes, I'm sure I should have some professional head shot here but that is not really me. This is me.

Here is my biography:


Written by Lisa.

I am not going to start this off as the typical 'mother/ wife' biography of myself....

No, I am a passionate, hard working, honest, loving, caring, dedicated, motivational, adventurous, slightly competitive, athletic woman who is not afraid to try new things and go new places.

This would not have been me ten years ago!

I didn't dye my hair, I wore a t-shirt over my bathing suit, I didn't drink coffee, try any new foods, travel or even contemplate exercise let alone climbing mountains.

Nearly fourteen years ago, I married a man who was so supportive at the many "things" I have decided to do that when I mentioned I wanted to buy a weight bench he simply said "sure" - I'm positive he was thinking that it would last a month. Almost eleven years ago I gave birth to my daughter (and only eighteen months between children), so not much had recovered between each.  This set of circumstances setting me up to fall into the trap of being pregnant and not getting myself back...let alone my body.


Written by Lisa Stocking.

In life accomplishments do not happen alone, there is always the support from someone or many to assist you in finding your dreams.


Written by Lisa Stocking.

In my previous autobiography I did not describe the roles I play in life. This - Ilivelifenow! - is what I do in life, it is not WHO I am. Huge difference!

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