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  • Writer's pictureJanee Pennington

And The Beat Goes On...

Where do I even start?

I so needed a break last week! Colin and I snuck away to Joshua Tree for some much needed fresh air and time away from screens. We spend so much time on our laptops and phones, meetings, emails, etc.. Working sometimes all day in the eco trailer. It is imperative to get outside! The magic of the open air, the blue sky... Nature truly is a form of medicine.

If it wasn't for hiking, I'm not sure how I would be able to re-center myself and manage it all. I hope this inspires someone to prioritize a date with Mother Nature, she has been my most effective form of therapy yet.

and... ACTION!

Earlier I mentioned that I recently signed on to two more film projects. I am thrilled to have re-connected with Zach Gottsagen and Director Lorena Gordon, as an Executive Producer on a picture titled At Last. I am confident everyone will find a little bit of themselves in this movie. For more info, you can visit the FILMS page on my website.

The second new project is still in the early stages so you will have to stay tuned to my posts for the details. If you haven't already, go ahead and subscribe so you don't miss out!

Up close and personal.

Fortunately, it hasn't been all work and no play for me. At the risk of making everyone just a tad bit jealous, I traveled to Los Angeles over a week ago and was serenaded (along with a couple hundred other Sting fans) with a private performance from STING. It was so intimate and perfect. I managed to catch a video for you to enjoy the moment with me! I find his voice calming and almost mesmerizing.


That's my update for now, I will surely have more to share soon as life is continuously busy (I secretly love it, I've always been a busy bee.)

Thank you for reading, I'll be in touch soon!

Ciao for now xo,


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