Journey Series: Robin

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The Femme Oasis: How do you identify yourself (gender and gender performance)?

Robin: Wombman.

TFO: What is your current occupation?

R: Entrepreneur/remarketer for Primeritius

TFO: What do you do as a hobby?

R: Writing and cooking.

TFO: What are some organizations you’re involved in?

R: The Milf Association

TFO: What is your dream job?

R: Owning my own entertainment firm and entertainment lawyer.

TFO: What are the three major stressors in your life?

R: Myself is the biggest stressor. I stress over little and big things. My family is another major stressor. I feel like to spend most of my life not trying to be a disappointment or a burden on my family, which is not how you should ever think about yourself you are never a burden to anyone. And lastly again myself, I put myself on a pedestal and if I don’t do everything perfect I get upset but have to think I am only human.

TFO: How do you cope with your stresses (if at all)?

R: Self-mediate. Breathe inside and out. And try to relax by myself.

TFO: Do you have goals you set for your life overall?

R: Yes, I set daily goals monthly goals and yearly goals.

TFO: What is your process in achieving these goals?

R: Right now I am planning everything accordingly to where I am right now in life. I am carefully moving things around in my life so I can get to my goals.

TFO: What is your daily mantra (if you have one)?

R: Talking to myself. I always talk to myself about what I am going to do today and to stay positive.

TFO: Are you happy where you are in life?

R: I am content with my life which took me awhile to become happy with myself. I think sometimes we put a lot of pressure on ourselves about where we want to be. I am happy with myself knowing I am only human and knowing I am still growing. But the person I am right now is happy which makes me happy about my life.

If not, would you say you’re unhappy, or just not completely satisfied because you want better/more? I am not satisfied with everything but I think no one is actually satisfied with everything. We always want more but that’s just human nature.

TFO: Are you on a path you feel is right for you?

R: Yes, everybody has a different journey. My journey will be different than my best friend, my cousin and my coworker. So I feel as if the path that I am on is designed for me to evolve into the woman I am destined for.

TFO: Do you feel confused or pressure to figure out if you are on the right path?

R: I feel we all do but for me yes at times I get frustrated about where I am right now in life. I contradict myself about being happy with my life than going back and forth. I stress myself about what could happen if I would had done this.

TFO: Do you feel you can alleviate these hindrances or do you feel they are bigger than you?

R: Nope, I feel like I can get through them with staying positive about myself and about life and learning more about me.

TFO: What are some pressures of society you wish didn’t exist?

R: Double standards that society gives us to live by. It’s double standards for everything dealing with gender, race/ethnicity, sports, age groups, etc. I feel as if everyone would stay in their lane the world would be a better place. There is no right or wrong way to live by but society give us rules to follow.

TFO: What would be one thing you don’t have but you want at this very moment (it can be tangible or intangible)?

R: 100 Million dollars.

TFO: What do you do for self-care (if anything)?

R: Pampering myself. When you look good you always feel good.

TFO: What is something you do well that you can offer society? I offer young mothers a voice. I always talked a lot and been very personal. I think my talent is talking. Not everyone can speak or can be heard but when I walked into a room and start talking. Everyone will listen to me and talk to me.

R: I offer young mothers a voice. I always talked a lot and been very personal. I think my talent is talking. Not everyone can speak or can be heard but when I walked into a room and start talking. Everyone will listen to me and talk to me.

TFO: Do you have goods or services you want to sell or promote to your fellow femmes and women?

R: I run a website called themilfassociation.com empowering young moms.

TFO: Where can we find you (social media, email, organization etc.)?

R: Facebook: Robin Evette. Twitter: tasteofchampagn. Snapchat: tastemychampagn. Themilfassociation.com