Ventana Monthly Feature
Photo (c) 2016 Rudy Loupias
Guys! They wrote a thing about me! In a magazine!
When I left my corporate job at the end of 2011, and began this crazy journey with Mee Eat Paleo on Jan 1, 2012, I had no idea what God had in store for me ... .
My amazing brother and sister in law bought me a $2500 commercial grinder and next thing I knew, I was in over my head in MeeNut Butter.
Four year and countless sleepless nights later, I honestly still don't really know what I'm doing haha! But I can look back and take comfort and joy in knowing I took a chance, and the Lord provided. I can also smile at the future because I know He will continue to provide for me. God. Is. Sovereign.
I want to encourage all you dreamers out there to keep on dreaming and work your butts off for what you believe in. There really is no substitute for hard work and hard work always pays off. Not always in the form of a big paycheck (which would be nice lol) but, it always pays off.
"I never really intended to be running a nut butter company!" Really! I still can't believe it! And yet, here I am!
Thanks so much to my girl, Emily Savage, for the amazing writeup, The Ventana for the feature, and Rudy Loupias and Michelle Ramirez for the beautiful pics! Honored and humbled! And to all my family, friends, and loyal customers, love and aloha!
Mahalo and see you at the Downtown Ventura Farmers Market on Saturday!!
For the full article check out: http://www.ventanamonthly.com/article.php?id=1014&IssueNum=121
Photo (C) 2016 Rudy Loupias. (For more info on The Young and Brave Foundation check out https://www.theyoungandbrave.com/)