Well, I didn’t win the Curvy Hoopers Video Challenge 2016 over on Hooping.org, but I did make it as one of their favorites that were submitted. Hey, that’s not bad!
Congratulations to the winner, Shannon Griffith, and runner up, Jennifer Skafec. You both rocked it out!
In case you missed it, here’s my entry, but don’t forget to click on the link above to see the other entries, too.
For the past few years, I have been participating in the Hooper Valentine Exchange on Hooping.org. This year, I was the recipient of these adorable teeny tiny hoops. I love them!! Thank you, Allison!
I have plans for these teeny tiny hoops. Big plans. And, since the weather is supposed to be stinkin’ cold all weekend, I may just have to work on said big plans for these small wonders as something to do.
Happy Valentines Day to all out there! Whether you are single or taken, go out, have fun, and eat chocolates.
Hooping.org once again hosted the Curvy Hoopers Video Challenge, and I entered again myself this year. Below is my entry, wish me luck!
Win or lose, I just like making hooping videos. Really. Oh, and this is also the first time I’ve allowed comments and thumbs up/down on my YouTube videos. So far, so good.
Learn more about the Curvy Hoopers Video Challenge here and learn about what it means and hopes to do for curvy hoopers out there. I think it’s great!
For me, being a curvy hooper means that I quite feel right in my skin. I’m self-conscious all the time. I’m getting less self-conscious when I hoop, but it’s been a slow process. I’m learning not care what other people think of what I’m doing how I look. That’s what I was trying to convey in the video.
So, no matter who you are, there is only one YOU out there and you are special no matter your size.
If you are interested in starting to get into hooping, I really recommend taking a look at hooping.org. It’s an excellent starting point, and is a great tool and resource for ALL hoopers of every level.
I like this site so much, that I volunteer there as a photo editor, and have written articles for the site in the past, too. There’s also an excellent Hooping.org Facebook group that was just started. It’s worth taking a look at, too.
Anything you every wanted to know about hooping is over on hooping.org. It was the first site I found when I searched “hooping” way back in 2013. I found a positive community and lots of tools to learn. It’s a great place to start!