About Me

Juliet EastonI write songs, sing, play drums & percussion and bass guitar. I also write poetry, am working on a couple of books, and just published my first book, a series of my poetry. I’m a serial entrepreneur who likes creating businesses, but not managing them.

I love taking photos from unusual perspectives.  I’m working on recording an album with Michael Paumgardhen as The Noise of We.

I LOVE dancing! And I love incorporating elements of martial arts, yoga, & gymnastics into dance. I’ve studied ballet, jazz, tap, modern, and improv (which is my favorite.) I’ve studied Tai Chi, Tai Kwon Do, Yoga (Hatha & Kundalini,) Sufi meditation, & lots & lots of breathwork.  I incorporate a lot of this into my practice, Creative Movement Meditation.

I’m eternally grateful to have three wonderful adult children who help me realize every day that I must have done something right as a mom.  I’m also a grandmom!!!!

I have a BFA in Art and a Masters in Public Administration with a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Organizations from the University of Georgia.

I love to connect with people via social networking, so if you would like to connect… my social networking links are on the top & bottom right of my site.

I am a copywriter, a marketing strategist, a video creator, and can do some basic web development in WordPress & Shopify.

I love helping businesses discover their path to thrival, focusing on how to increase the most profitable and enjoyable aspects of their business, instead of just increasing sales. Your business should become more of a joy to you every single day!

I have an article on Klout and Authentic Authority that was published in Small Business Trendsetters.

StrengthsFinder 2.0 top 5 Strengths:  Ideation, Strategic, Futuristic, Input, Activator
EOS: Visionary : 100; Integrator: 6

Here is a list of my current projects:

My Ninja ArtWear Clothing Line:

My marketing agency:

My poetry book:
“Muh Boots Haz Rainbows: #PoemADay – Day 1 – 100” on Amazon.com

The Noise of We, my music project with Michael Paumgardhen: 

Thanks for stopping by!

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