But the accident also managed to bruise her left frontal lobe, which is the part of the brain that controls emotion and personality.
‘By turning down agencies I was able to take control and market myself and show my fans my wildlife work on Instagram and it seems that people really like a wildlife-rescuing confident woman.’
'I was so embarrassed with myself about how sweaty I had gotten just walking to class and after that day, I told myself it was time to take control of my life and get my health right.'
‘We know our metabolism slows down as we get older,’ she explains to Daily Mail. ‘It just means we have to take control and make healthier choices and work a little harder.’
‘You're able to land practically wherever you want to, you are able to go to zero airspeed and capture the awesome landscapes perfectly and you can control it in any direction you want to, including backwards.’