Meet Caroline Stuermer
MEET THE MUSE: Caroline Stuermer – athlete, artist, daughter, sister, student, tween muse.
Creative, happy (full of energy)
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
My idea of perfect happiness is laughing with your mouth wide open and being perfectly content in the present moment.
What is the trait you are most grateful for in yourself?
I am grateful that I am different, that there has always been something about me that is just different. I have always felt like I have something special to offer the world.
What is the trait you most cherish in others?
I cherish people who can laugh with me, and people who can find the funniness and happiness in life.
What breaks your heart?
A lot of things break my heart, but the one thing that has really broken my heart is gender inequality. And one thing I really take for granted is my education, when I get up and go to school every morning, there is a young girl in another country who is not getting an education and deserves one, and that breaks my heart.
What is your current state of mind?
I am exited because it is almost the start of a new school year! And even though I have had a great summer full of amazing memories, I am excited to go back to school and learn and have fun with my friends.
I would want to inspire myself to be more confident and to not be afraid to put myself out there.
If you could inspire one change in the world, what would it be?
I would inspire everyone to treat every living being with kindness and respect whether it is your dog or your next-door neighbor. Every thing deserves to be treated kindly!
Where do you look for inspiration in your daily life?
For inspiration in my daily life I just look to my mom because she has taught me so much and she has inspired me to be the best me that I can be and without her I would not be the same person that I am today!
What do you want to be remembered for?
I want people to remember the way I made them feel, the way I made them laugh, the way I loved them.
What is your motto?
My motto is that every thing you want is on the other side of fear.
Because this is our “Back to School” Issue:
My greatest teacher is my dog because she has taught me that the only thing you need is love, you don’t need fancy cars, you don’t need nice clothes, all you need is love!
What has been your most difficult lesson?
My most difficult lesson has been accepting the fact that in some point in time we all have to loose the people that we love.
What are you learning right now?
I am learning that it is important to make sure that the people I love know how much they mean to me.