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Whitney grew up in a small midwestern town of 500 people. In her early 20’s she began traveling and happened to land on the tiny rock of Saipan for a six month job contract that turned into five years, a REAL LIVE 4-year-old human child, two category 5 super typhoons, and a completely unexpected shift in her life path. Whitney works as a professional lifeguard (when there isn’t a pandemic going on) and spends her days giving “the nod” at the waterslide and her nights performing polynesian dance and fire poi as well as an awkward, pale girl can. Whitney is a single mother and is raising her daughter on rice and sunshine

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