We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.

NiKii Watson | Fashion Designer & Creative Director

Dr. Maya Angelou once said, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Leaving an imprint in someone’s thoughts and experiencing forever cherished moments are such delicate yet defining, irreplaceable and priceless gifts. Read more>>

Haylie Sigler | Esthetician, Hay Suga

Never would think that dropping out of community college would lead me to where im at today. I applied to Paul Mitchell where i began my 8 month program of what would be the best days of my life. They taught me so many of the things i know now. I took an after school program in a class called “sugaring”, a form of hair removal. Never did i know that would be my career path. Right out of Esthetician school I went straight into a job of sugaring. I spent a whole year there and learned alot of what i know today. Fast forward to November 2020 I felt it was time to start my own path. I opened my own business, Hay Suga out of the salon C’e La Luna. I wanted my business to symbolize the beauty of women. I wanted women to walk out of their appointment unstoppable. Read more>>

Electric Revival | Musician/Band

The legacy that Electric Revival wants to leave behind is that of a group of musicians that stuck to their integrity, stood up for justice and used the groups future influence for the betterment and improvement of society as we know it! A band that played and wrote music that people could relate too, and felt connected with. Read more>>

Vic Hill | Founder of HillVision & The 83k

“What do you want your legacy to be?” is an inquiry that I find many people gloss over, yet it is an incredibly powerful question. I want my legacy to reflect my life’s mission, which is to live an intentional, purposeful life and holistically improve my family’s standing in the world. By “living an intentional life,” I am referring to the intent of ensuring everything I do connects my mind, body, and spirit toward my goal of living with purpose and obtaining freedom of time. Read more>>

ariadne mila | Songwriter & Artist

As artists, we want to be known for our work; we want to leave behind something we’re proud of. I hope to be remembered as someone who wrote music that inspired and that moved others, as someone who was able to put into words what many others have felt. I hope to be remembered as an artist who wasn’t afraid to speak up about things that mattered. Because that’s why we create; we write because we have something to say. I hope to be remembered as an artist who was authentic, honest, and outspoken. And I hope to be remembered as a person who always tried her best to do good and to use her voice in a positive way. Read more>>