Pamella

PAMELLA

Name: Pamella Heikel

Nickname: Pam, Ella

Born: Edmonton, AB

Occupation: Healthy Lifestyle Coach (includes meditation and Spring Forest QiGong Teacher); Partner with my Husband for our business Blue Nile Painting LTD.

Describe yourself in 3 words: Direct, Honest, Vigilant.

What do you love about your life? That I get to live it!

How did you get into your profession and how long have you been doing it? It’s been a natural progression from womb until now. Slowly navigating and weaving together the things I love and developing and honing my skills. I don’t think I will ever stop. My profession as is my life is fluid.

How did you become a member of the Tribe? I asked! I instantly fell in love with the truth and mission of the Tribe in producing things I love.

Which Tribe of Lambs product do you rock? I used to rock this beautiful turquoise ring that I lost and is no longer available. I am still hoping for it to magically appear. I love love love the Daya ring and frequently use my Be Love White Canvas Tote for groceries and to/from classes.

How is Tribe of Lambs impacting you? It has made me become more conscious about the products and companies I chose to invest in. I now ask myself how products are made and if I can make better choices as a consumer.

Who do you admire most in your life? I’ve got three people and I keep them close to my heart: My mom, my dad, and my husband. All three live their lives with integrity, honesty and fervour.

Favourite life experience thus far: Quitting my 9-to-5 and travelling to Europe and meeting my husband the first night I landed in Paris. L’amour!

If you won the lottery, how would you spend your earnings? My husband is originally from a small village in Egypt. I would build a school there for the children and teach them English as well to help open up their world a little more. More importantly, I have amazing nieces that are extremely intelligent and so hungry for work. They would be the educators! And then…so much more I would love to do for my family and village in Egypt: pave the roads, install better plumbing and electricity (both go out frequently). AND, help my nieces and nephews realize their dreams too!