We asked some of the city’s most brilliant and creative minds to tell us about the most difficult decision they’ve had to make.

Annalis | Fashion Model

The most difficult decision that I had to make in my life was leaving my family back home in order to do my career, because where I grew up it was a small hometown, which means their wasn’t enough opportunities to do modeling, so I knew that I had to move out of there in order to get where I want to be, so that meant that I had to leave the majority of my family behind, but at the end of day you have to do what’s right for yourself, in order to be happy. Read more>>

Jasmine Ford | Senior Graphic Designer for the Atlanta Hawks

I started my professional career in healthcare as a registered nurse, but something not as many people knew about me was that I always loved being creative as well. I’m someone who likes to learn as much as possible, so when I stumbled into graphic design I immediately fell in love with it and made it my regular hobby. As I progressed, that hobby ended up turning into a freelance career where I got the chance to work with many notable clients while still juggling my full-time job as an RN. Read more>>

Ke Love | Actress/ Singer / Content Creator.

The most difficult decision I ever had to make was stepping out on faith And believing in myself. Ya know. When we believe in ourselves, it kicks into gear all sorts of processes that help you achieve your goals, I had to manifest my dreams, and turn them into my reality. Moving to a new city can be scary. It’s tough to make life decisions about a place you’ve never been to before. Read more>>