My Favorite Memories from 2012

2012 was a great year for me. I was focused on building my brand, becoming more involved in the community and having fun! Check out some of my favorite memories from 2012!

I started doing Red Carpet events! Here’s a photo from my first event, Project Lace Celebrate their Partnership with Gloria Govan. red carpet 4

Conversations with Caprice became a hit!  My favorite interview was with radio personality, Big Boy. A lot of people thought we knew each other beforehand, but we met only 2 minutes before the camera started rolling. Check out the interview below.

I earned the award for “Mentor of the Year” for  my involvement with the Rooted For Life Menotoring Program. Woop Woop. Learn more about the organization by clicking HERE.

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I went to the MC Hammer concert…and got on stage to dance with him! Cheeeaaa!  Check out a couple of photos below. (I know, I’m silly. Lol)

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I went to Las Vegas a few times, but that’s nothing when you live in Los Angeles, lol.  I usually take a trip every year so this time I went to visit beautiful, New York. I loved it! The lights, the people, the fast-pace….LOVED it! Here is a photo of me at the M&M store on Times Square.

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2012 was a great year and I’m so ready for 2013.

I just checked my 2012 blog highlights and my page was viewed in 94 countries!!! I promise to bring more great posts in 2013! Make sure you subscribe to my blog, follow me on Twitter -> @AshleyCaprice and on Facebook -> Ashley Caprice

What are some of your best memories from 2012???

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How to Be a Girl…

When Josefa Salinas, Community Service Director for Hot 92.3, told me she was going to create a camp that would empower young girls I immediately said, “I want to help!” The week-long “How to Be a Girl” conference included classes on health, finance, personal development and much more for young ladies in grades 7-12.  I watched the girls strut their stuff during visual presenation classes where they learned the proper way to walk down a runway, and cry tears of accomplishment as we sang, “Count on Me,” over a bonfire.  Most of the particiapants said because of the camp they feel more confident…and that’s what it’s all about!  All I can say is I wish this seminar was around while I was growing up!
Singing “Count on Me” by Whitney Houston and CeCe Winans over a bonfire.
“Count on me through thick and thin ,A friendship that will never end ,When you are weak, I will be strong ,Helping you to carry on,Call on me, I will be there, Don’t be afraid, Please believe me when I say, Count on me…”
I now feel inspired. I feel proud…and I feel hopeful for the next generation. Congratulations Ms. Josefa Salinas! You did it! 🙂

How to Be a Girl on abc 7 news

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