Here’s what we know, she has minuscule sized boobs and a butt that speaks to you when you smack at it. She doesn’t sell sex, but bred with a Harriet Tubman free mind. I say Harriet because, AJ would like to free others from thinking closed minded in order to see their life’s full potential. The team at Splurjj gained an interest in AJ once we found out that her ex husband enslaved her as a wife and mother. Rebellion spoke up from AJ’s deeper being and she now reigns her entire soul.
[Soul] The make up of the mind body and spirit. AJ Anderson has gained the right, No!., The respect to live freely and to not die miserably. We actually got the face of the Nude Nerd brand to sit still long enough so we can get an interview with her. We thank you AJ and hope, pray that God continues to bless you.
“Don’t get stressed. Stress kills creativity. 😲 Be you. Have fun through it all. Give the gift of YOU to the world; don’t try to imitate anyone–that would be doing yourself and the world a disservice”.
Moment with AJ:
Splurjj: How old were you when you decided failure was not an option for you?
AJ: I don’t know my exact age when I made that decision—I’m sure my father started telling me that while I was in the womb. I have always felt that I was born to win but, like most other people, I have had my moments when I have felt defeated. It is part of life and it only serves the purpose of making us stronger as we overcome those limiting feelings and ideas.
Splurjj: Where in this world of ours do you find your serenity?
AJ: It’s funny because my youngest daughter’s name is Serenity so I guess I could say that I find my serenity wherever she is. No but honestly, in the gym usually. Or on my couch, or swinging in the park, or watching my kids play at the pool. I feel that peace and serenity can be found anywhere.
Splurjj: What should an image on a magazine cover do for a reader?
AJ: As a Marketing major, I think I would have to say that the objective of a magazine cover is to entice the reader to want to see more of what is inside…to ultimately purchase the magazine.
Splurjj: What would a reader benefit from your interview?
AJ: Well… I always hope that with any interaction, people walk away from me feeling a bit inspired, enlightened, and a bit happier.
Splurjj: Who / what inspires you? And why?
AJ: Many, many people inspire me. Really anyone who is fearlessly living out what is inside them to express. The late Maya Angelou, Lily Singh, Iyanla Vanzant, Oprah, Whoopi Goldberg, Nia Vardalos, Annette Larkins, Shonda Rimes, the late Sojourner Truth…I’m sure the list could go on and on if I kept typing.
Photo by: INE Photo
Make up by: @keyamua
We all have something in us to express. Many people block their true self out of fear. I love it when people are courageous enough to be their true self. I feel that we are all individual expressions of God; God would not be fully expressed if I didn’t exist, if you didn’t exist, etc. It is a life well-spent when we live out our talents and gifts.
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Splurjj: Philip Johnson once said, “I don’t know of any modest good architects.” Do you consider yourself modest or arrogant in your craft? And why?
AJ: I would say I’m a bit of both modest and arrogant. I think you have to have a certain level of confidence/arrogance to be good at what you do. But when you get overly confident—cocky—I think problems occur. I think in any profession that one chooses, you must realize that deeply, sincerely, and constantly that you are made in the image and likeness of the Creator. Therefore, all Godlike qualities are inherent in you. How can you be inferior to anyone? It isn’t possible! You not only have but you ARE life, love, wisdom, intelligence, peace, creativity, beauty, and joy—just like the highest being in this universe. The modesty comes in by realizing that is not your own doing but the Great life force that is moving in and through you.
Splurjj: If your choice of careers were between being a pastor or politician, what would you choose? And why?
AJ: A pastor, definitely. I don’t know anything about politics and I would never want to be given the charge of being responsible for the well being of a city, state, or nation. I have a goal to be a minister or reverend of sorts in the future. Something similar to Iyanla Vanzant.
Splurjj: What was that influential hardship that challenged you to keep thriving?
AJ: I am a single mother. There was one point in my life when I had to donate plasma to have enough money for food. I never want to do that again.
Splurjj: How do you know when someone has “it”?
AJ: When someone has “it,” I think there is a certain quality about them that no one can quite articulate; something about them that everyone wants more of—an energy that everyone wants to be around.
Those people are very honest about their life and their feelings. They know themselves and are very comfortable in their own skin.
Splurjj: Would you say that your work ethics incredibly insane or average? And why?
AJ: I think my work ethic varies. Sometimes it is incredibly insane, sometimes it is average, sometimes it is sub-par, honestly. It seems that whenever my work ethic is super intense, I burn out. I am working at finding a good balance.
Photo by: @bmars_shotya
Splurjj: How is your personality reflected in your work?
AJ: I am very eclectic. I think my work is also very eclectic. I love many different styles of photography and modeling. I have several projects in the works to try to diversify my portfolio even more.
Splurjj: Can you tell us where you exactly are right now?
AJ: Right at this moment when I’m typing? I am sitting by a pool in Atlanta while my kids and their friends swim.
Photo by: @c0lby
Splurjj: Are there particular people or designers that have influenced you?
AJ: No designers really because I’m not really into clothes. There have been several models who are currently working and many models from the past who have influenced and inspired me: Aisha Thalia, Madzilla, Tianna Gregory, Janice Dickinson.
Splurjj: What do you think are some of the most inspiring things happening in the world …. Currently?
AJ: I love that so many people are just saying “Eff it, I’m going to do what brings me happiness.”
Splurjj: How do you overcome creative blocks?
AJ: I have found that my biggest block to creativity is stress; it is impossible to be creative while stressed. So I usually go to the gym, go hang out with friends, or read—anything that relaxes me and/or gets the gears in my brain moving.
Splurjj: What’s the best thing that ever happen to you from a result of being nice?
AJ: Wow. So many things have happened. I suppose most of them are financial or material items. Someone gave me two laptops the other day, one for each of my kids. Someone gave me a brand new clothes dryer when mine broke. I’ve been given thousands and thousands of dollars over the years. I have had people go out of their way to help me with my children. People have bought tires or helped with auto repairs. God has definitely used other people to bless me.
Splurjj: Sex & Ice cream or Football & Beer? And why?
AJ: Ummm…. How about just sex? I don’t really care for ice cream, I can’t maintain any interest in football games, and I’ve never had an alcoholic beverage in my life.
Splurjj: If you were a company, what would be your slogan?
AJ: The slogans I use on my Instagram account are
“I don’t sell sex, I sell freedom”
“Live and love freely”
so I suppose it would be one of those two.
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