5 QUESTIONS WITH HANNAH HEIDRICH

5 questions with guest interviews


Hi! I’m Hannah!


Currently I am a full time graduate student working towards a degree in Strategic Communications. People are my passion. I LOVE spending time with people, but due to the pandemic I’ve had to get creative. I started my Instagram blog and a side business for a health and wellness company, in addition to my customer service job. I enjoy being busy, working hard, and seek personal growth and development.

In my free time I’m a lifeguard, swim coach, and a dancer, physical activity is very important to me. The beach is my happy place and I go there every chance I get!


1. Do you find yourself prioritizing others’ well-being than yours? Why or why not?


Yes! I’ve always found myself prioritizing others’ well-being before my own to the point where I do not take care of my own physical, mental, and spiritual needs.


2. What was one life-changing experience that made you strengthen your faith?


Three years ago one of my grandpas was in the hospital dying from colon cancer and my other grandpa from stomach cancer. They passed away within a month of each other in the middle of my school semester. My faith was greatly increased as I learned how to grieve while still work hard.


3. How do you forgive someone who has betrayed you?


The way I’ve always seen it, I’d rather forgive than lose the friendship until I was in a very hurtful situation about a year ago. I forgave the guy and if I ever see him again I will be polite, but he will never have the chance to be my friend again.


4. When was the last time you felt like you were unfair to yourself?


There have been many times in my life I been unfair to myself, not voiced my opinion, and did what other people say. However, I’m slowly learning to stand up for myself because my feelings matter too.


5. Do you regret the mistakes that you’ve done? Why or why not?


My motto I live by is “Live Life with No Regrets.” All of the mistake in my life I have tried to use as learning experiences, so no I do not regret my mistakes.

2 comments

  1. I loved reading this! It’s so important to learn to stand up for ourselves. Thanks for sharing!

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