It is true, a few years ago I did spend seven weeks in Australia outwitting, outlasting and outplaying fifteen other contestants to win the game and a million dollars in the reality show Survivor. Due to my contractual agreement with CBS I am unable to write about that specific adventure. However, I am happy to report that they do not own the rest of my life and to be quite honest my years spent outside the game have been every bit as adventurous.
I am in my own personal game in this life. The strategy in order to win is quite simply to out live, out laugh and out love every other human on the planet. The reward is a life so well lived that I can hardly wait to wake up in the morning and see what the day holds. The other piece of good news is that I do not really have to be better than anyone else in order to win; I just have to do the three requirements to the best of my ability.
I present my own personal story where God saved me when I could not save myself. I follow it up with daily devotionals that are taken from my personal journals. I hope in these pages you become inspired to be a better human full of grace, and to live your life more fully than you ever thought possible.
About the Author:
Tina Wesson won “Survivor: The Australian Outback” which was an accomplishment all its own. But, Tina did it without ever having one single vote cast against her.
An accomplished athlete, Wesson has twice won the Tennessee state racquetball championship, competes in extreme adventure races, triathlons, and has completed two marathons for the joints in motion division of the Arthritis Foundation, for whom she is the National Spokesperson. She’s a self proclaimed motorcycle enthusiast and outdoor junkie.
A graduate of Central High School in 1979, then from the University of Tennessee (where she received a degree in Therapeutic Recreation) Tina worked in the healthcare field where she feels her greatest reward came with her experience as a private-duty caregiver for individuals with severe paralysis.
Tina is the Mother of Katie and Taylor Collins and feels that is the biggest blessing of her life to date. She believes in balanced living, championing the underdog and most of all being grateful.
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