What Path Do You Choose for Your Journey?

@the_jessica_lee

I’m curious, Do you take the road less traveled? Or the path of least resistance? Which journey brings you the most joy? The beauty of this is there is no single right or wrong answer. Let me know which path or road you take? 🤗

Everyone must choose the path, road, and journey that best fits them. Is taking the path of least resistance the easy way out? Is taking the road less traveled a harder more perplexing route? Who knows. Everyone will have a different answer, as everyone has different likes and or dislikes, different goals, and different dreams.

For me, I have always been a bit of a trailblazer, embarking on the roads less traveled and at times, even creating my own path or detour. This is life. It is crazy, it is wonderful, it can be magical, and yes, at times it can also be downright awful. But hey that’s the glory and the sacrifice we make when living a full life. Because if you’re not truly living your life, what are you doing with your journey, your life adventure? Thank you for sharing this perfectly imperfect journey with me. Can’t wait to read your answers ⬇️🙌🏼 ❤️Always, JLee Your #Sweet16

@the_jessica_lee

Published by jlee_sweet16

Jessica Lee is a Los Angeles based model, actress, host, inspiring influencer, motivational speaker and active volunteer. Her recent work includes being featured in a global ad campaign for United Airlines, model #16 on Deal or No Deal hosted by Howie Mandel and guest appearances on General Hospital. In her role as “Sweet 16” on Deal or No Deal, J Lee emerged as one of the stars of the show given her charisma, empathy and unique ability to connect with the contestants and the audience. J Lee was born in Seoul, Korea and raised in Colorado before moving to Los Angeles. She has a very diverse set of talents and interests including behavioral and neuroscience, avid reading, yoga, health & fitness, fashion, dance, art, music and sign language. She has a passion for working with and inspiring kids and is the co-chair of a non-profit literacy program that serves low income and high needs elementary schools.

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