10 things you’d never guess about me!

I thought it would be fun to lighten things up a bit, give you a good laugh, and learn some interesting facts about me.

Ultimately this is just for fun. It’s a great way to see me “behind my biz” and if you ever consider joining the Wildly Alive Weight Loss Program you will know the kind of coach you’ll be hiring. 🙂

My hope is that you see that I am a real person, just like you, making the best of this beautiful life.

Without further ado…

1. When I was in eighth grade I desperately begged my mom to dye my hair for school picture day (the next day)…. She eventually gave in and we colored it a shade of dark brown. Or so I thought — it turned out grey!

I freaked out and we had to run back to the store to bleach my hair platinum blonde. Lesson learned — for sure. I mean look at this pic!…And don’t even get me started on my eyebrows (Ay-yai-yai!).I thought it would be fun to lighten things up a bit, give you a good laugh, and learn some interesting facts about me. Ultimately this is just for fun. It's a great way to see me "behind my biz" and if you ever consider joining the Wildly Alive Weight Loss Program. you'll know the kind of coach you'll be hiring. :)2.  During my freshman year of High School I got my hands on a piercing gun (yes a piercing gun!). My friends and I would have “piercing parties.” We’d make a night out of it and pierce our ear lobes, cartilage, tragus (little flap next to your ear hole) and our noses! I thought it would be fun to lighten things up a bit, give you a good laugh, and learn some interesting facts about me. Ultimately this is just for fun. It's a great way to see me "behind my biz" and if you ever consider joining the Wildly Alive Weight Loss Program. you'll know the kind of coach you'll be hiring. :)I know it was really stupid and crazy, but hey it makes for a great story now! HA!

3. Since we’re on the topic of piercings, I might as well come totally clean. My junior year I secretly got my tongue pierced behind my parents back (professionally, not with the gun).  Thank goodness I wasn’t that dumb.

Then one day, while I was talking to my dad I unconsciously started playing with it.  He forced me to stick out my tongue.  Then he made me show him my belly button (which was also secretly pierced). Yeah, that didn’t go over well.

4. Okay, okay. I was a bit of a rebel (remember you were a teenager once too). But, I still had my head on straight. I worked my butt off and was so proud of myself when I graduated with high honors. Education and good grades never came easily for me. I was the person who had to study for HOURS AND HOURS to get a B. So this was a big deal for me!

I thought it would be fun to lighten things up a bit, give you a good laugh, and learn some interesting facts about me. Ultimately this is just for fun. It's a great way to see me "behind my biz" and if you ever consider joining the Wildly Alive Weight Loss Program. you'll know the kind of coach you'll be hiring. :)5. All throughout high school I worked 2-3 jobs and by the age of 17 I purchased my first car. I spent $5,000 cash for a Jetta that I loved. I actually loved it so much that I would drive like a bat-outta-hell and nearly got my license revoked for speeding (more than once)…

Yeah, I tried to hide that one from my dad too — he somehow found out and that didn’t go over well either (you’d think I learned by then!).
SIDE NOTE: This is not getting me too excited about having teenagers of my own in the future…

 

 

6.I thought it would be fun to lighten things up a bit, give you a good laugh, and learn some interesting facts about me. Ultimately this is just for fun. It's a great way to see me "behind my biz" and if you ever consider joining the Wildly Alive Weight Loss Program. you'll know the kind of coach you'll be hiring. :) As a kid, I always hung out with the adults. Ever since I was a very young child I was drawn to hang with my parents and their adult friends (instead of their kids). There are so many pictures of me as a child sitting around with all the adults. According to my dad’s best friend I wasn’t interested in playing, I liked chatting (this probably explains why I felt so misunderstood in high school by all my friends).

Here’s a pic of me a wee-one with my first dog, Tasha. (Check out those blue couches!)

 

7. I started my own business at the age of 20 as an in-home personal trainer. Yep, that’s where I started! I would truck around exercise equipment and work out most of my clients in their living rooms.I thought it would be fun to lighten things up a bit, give you a good laugh, and learn some interesting facts about me. Ultimately this is just for fun. It's a great way to see me "behind my biz" and if you ever consider joining the Wildly Alive Weight Loss Program. you'll know the kind of coach you'll be hiring. :)8. I have a secret passion for spirituality. Most of my clients probably know this one, but I could stay up all night and geek out about the Universe, energy, that massive power above and how to connect more deeply with it. I wasn’t raised religious so connecting to something higher than myself has been an absolute joy to explore!I thought it would be fun to lighten things up a bit, give you a good laugh, and learn some interesting facts about me. Ultimately this is just for fun. It's a great way to see me "behind my biz" and if you ever consider joining the Wildly Alive Weight Loss Program. you'll know the kind of coach you'll be hiring. :)

 

9. I had a life changing experience in Kauai, HI. I almost stayed there and it catapulted me into a whole new adventure of my life – massage school. I soon realized this journey wasn’t about being a  massage therapist, it was about me learning how to heal from my childhood, forgive and find true self love. It was an incredible experience. This was my absolute most favorite spot in the world, Waimea Canyon. It literally took my breath away.

 

I thought it would be fun to lighten things up a bit, give you a good laugh, and learn some interesting facts about me. Ultimately this is just for fun. It's a great way to see me "behind my biz" and if you ever consider joining the Wildly Alive Weight Loss Program. you'll know the kind of coach you'll be hiring. :)10. 2015 was one of the most magical years of my life — so many of my dreams came true.

I volunteered in Zambia, Africa and got to hang out with the most amazing people ever (a huge dream I’ve had since I was young). I eloped and married my best friend. We bought our first house together (which is a home I have been dreaming up since I was a young girl), and now we have a little one on the way.

WHEW! I feel BEYOND blessed and I’m not taking a minute of it for granted.

Everything I just told you was intentional. I want to give you a more complete picture of who I am in hopes that you’ll know, like, and trust me even more as a result.

Did it work?? Hmm?

I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU:

In the comments below, tell me:

What’s one interesting, entertaining, or unusual thing that most folks don’t know about YOU?

Have a beautiful week, sister.
Nichole

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15 Comments

  • Shelly

    Reply Reply January 13, 2016

    Thank you for sharing parts of your life with us

    I have been a counsellor goin on 33 yrs in many different areas and well I can relate to the youth that have issues because I did things teens were not to do like you.
    once had kids over at my house, of course when parents out and brought out the alcohol underage. One of the kids spit alcohol all over the kitchen floor and it was sticky so I cleaned it with comet -scratchy powder. My mom came out with her slippers on the next morning and it was a scatchy on the floor she asked who had rice crispies last night? I lied and told her I did
    That’s funny she didn’t think so when I told her yes later

  • Jacqueline

    Reply Reply December 10, 2015

    Hi Nicole

    I have been reading your emails for awhile and felt compelled after reading your 10 best experiences to respond.

    Firstly thank you for sharing; it has been an eye opener. I could not think of some let alone one to share; which means I need to do something about it; removing the excess three stones I have carried for over 30 years; seems like now is a good place to start.

    Thank you Nichole, I am now ready to become a wildyalivewoman ?

    • Nichole Kellerman Wurth

      Reply Reply January 13, 2016

      Thanks for your kind words Jacqueline — they mean a lot <3

    • Nichole Kellerman Wurth

      Reply Reply January 13, 2016

      HAHAHA!!!

  • Jacqueline

    Reply Reply December 10, 2015

    Hi Nichole

    I have been reading your emails for awhile but today I felt compelled to respond as your 10 best experiences touched a core in me.

    I

  • Sudan Harris

    Reply Reply December 9, 2015

    Hi Nicole,
    I enjoyed reading your history.
    I never rebelled…wouldn’t have been good.
    We have some things in common…volunteering in Africa..Moshi. Tanzania and Hawaii. Just moved to Kailua, Oahu.
    I love your spirit.

    • Nichole Kellerman Wurth

      Reply Reply December 10, 2015

      That’s awesome Susan — I plan to do lots more volunteering :)… OH HOW I LOVE HAWIAI!!! Enjoy

  • Nadja Hagen

    Reply Reply December 8, 2015

    Hi Nichole,

    I really love your post 🙂 It so great that you are just the way you are, and you are amazing girl!

    Could see some similarities in our youth, used to be a rebel too. Very happy to read that everything turns out so great for you. Wishing you joy, luck, happiness and lots of love 🙂

    • Nichole Kellerman Wurth

      Reply Reply December 10, 2015

      Thanks so much Nadja 🙂

  • Chris Tookolo

    Reply Reply December 8, 2015

    I am mysterious lol ?

    • Nichole Kellerman Wurth

      Reply Reply December 10, 2015

      🙂

  • Kristie Fuller

    Reply Reply December 8, 2015

    My life’s passion is for HIV/AIDS awareness and education. I am a huge supporter of the organization Every Orphan’s Hope. I sponsor 4 girls in Zambia and dream to be a part of their Camp Hope within the next 3 years.

    • Nichole Kellerman Wurth

      Reply Reply December 10, 2015

      WOW I had no idea Kristie! This is incredible, we share similar passions for sure 🙂

  • Esmeralda Lopez

    Reply Reply December 8, 2015

    I am a Huge Crier/weeper. Sometimes when I listen to inspirational/gratitude music in my car I let myself cry while I am driving on the free way. Actually now that I think of it a lot of healing has been done in my 2015 Blue Nissan Versa (My first new car out the lot.) I literally cried in my car yesterday on the freeway when I was doing some forgiveness work. I am SO grateful I have crying as a self care tool. It is probably responsible for 80% or more of my healing.

    • Nichole Kellerman Wurth

      Reply Reply December 10, 2015

      Crying can be such a healthy thing. It’s a cheesy saying but it’s true ›› there’s healing in feeling 🙂

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