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Part 2: Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Athlete and Entrepreneur Bobbi Little

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Theodore, AL -- Bobbi Little has achieved many things in life, for herself and her clients. She was a gifted athlete who attended college on a track scholarship and was always running or in training instead of partying. She launched a healthcare business acting as a personal trainer and sharing her tips for a healthier lifestyle with others. She has successfully showed horses and taught others English riding.  She helped to found and run a spa-like business dedicated to skin care (and is a qualified esthetician.) When Bobbi last appeared on this radio show she had a business that focused on balance and reflected her lifelong passion for health and fitness.

Today, Bobbi has put all of that behind her and is simply retired—living a full life of nature and relaxation while house sitting along the lovely Gulf of Mexico. When the mood strikes, she travels to other stunning natural places, such as Sacramento where she was based for many years, Arizona where her parents lived in their later years, or Montana where she grew up and discovered her equine love. In between these natural and relaxing experiences, she shares tips about being an entrepreneur.

Bobbi is enjoying what she calls her spiritual healing time, a moment when there is no stress or need to decompress. She practices hobbies like kayaking, flyfishing and barefoot waterskiing. She also goes snowmobile riding (back in Montana). She takes long walks with her dog, a toy Australian Shepherd, and together they chase squirrels and butterflies.  They also watch the birds, such as the blue heron who has a white feathered mate this year.

Bobbi has always had a purpose, such as when she helped others with their training or escorted a close friend through a challenging battle with Cancer. Perhaps her purpose now is to teach others to simply be—without overthinking or overworking themselves.