Shotta Flow: “It’s a very, very good year for me”
Shotta flows are the best thing to happen to Shotta in a long time.
She has already made it clear that she’s ready to move on.
She and her husband, who is in his mid-40s, are moving into a new house in the West Palm Beach area with their two young children.
The family will live in a house built by the Shottas with their new business partner, a real estate agent.
The couple is not just focusing on Shotta’s life now.
Shotta has already begun to make plans for a career change, too.
She plans to work with her husband in a variety of roles including public relations, a therapist and a massage therapist.
We can’t say anything else about Shotta because she’s going to be the star of the show, but we can say that we are excited for her.
And I’m just glad that we got to spend the year with her.
Shota is a certified public accountant who works for a nonprofit that helps people with disabilities.
Her company, the Shotta Foundation, is dedicated to helping people with autism and other developmental disabilities make a better life.
I’ve always been passionate about the business side of it, so when we heard she had the new house, we said, “Let’s do something together.”
It’s not just about Shota and her family, of course, but also about helping the community.
I was hoping we could help Shotta find the kind of person who is going to take care of her and her children, as well as a person who understands how important this is to them and what it means for the community and for Shotta.
This is what I love about Shatta: She just wants to do everything she can to help people, and she’s really strong.
She will go wherever the spotlight is.
I’m really proud of what we’ve accomplished together, and I hope Shotta finds a great job.
A special thanks to our sponsors, The Shottan Foundation and ShottaFlow.com for sponsoring this feature.