Snowboarder girl Amanda Lister has a special style for everyone.
Amanda has been posting photos of her snowboarding style on Instagram since she was 14.
The photos show the talented teen rocking her signature snowboard, skateboarding with her pals, and making snow angels out of snow.
In her latest Instagram post, Amanda has a lot to say about her snow skating style.
Amanda said she loves snowboarding and the idea of having the freedom to make snow angels as a snowboarder.
Amanda is from South Australia and is currently studying for her BSc in Media and Communication at the University of Sydney.
Amanda was born and raised in Melbourne and started snowboarding at the age of five.
“Snowboarding was one of my first things that I ever did,” she said.
“I love snowboarding because it gives you the freedom and the challenge of being in the moment.”
Snowboarding is a sport that takes you to places you never thought you could go, with an emphasis on freedom and freedom to be who you are.
“It’s very much like skateboarding.
You don’t know where you’re going, and you’re just riding your skateboard all the time,” Amanda said.
Amanda loves the idea that she can be who she is in any way she chooses to be, and that’s why she likes to share her skateboarding photos on social media.
“My favourite part about snowboarding is the freedom.
I love the freedom of not knowing where you are and having the ability to do anything,” Amanda explained.
Amanda started her own business, Snowboard for Kids, when she was 16 years old.
Her business, and the snowboarding industry, have grown significantly over the past two decades.
“When I started the business, I wanted to do it because I wanted my business to be around for the future,” Amanda told News.au.
“There’s a lot of people that don’t have that opportunity to do that.”
I love sharing the message that I have to share that we are all one, and I think that’s important to share.
“Amanda said that she was inspired to start Snowboarding for Kids by the success of snowboarding legends, Alex Ripp, James Packer and Paul Rudd.
“But the real part is I’m not just saying that to encourage girls, I’m trying to inspire girls to not just be the snowboard angel, but to have the opportunity to have an awesome career.””
We’re trying to make this an industry that supports girls to be the best and the best is a great word for it,” she explained.
“But the real part is I’m not just saying that to encourage girls, I’m trying to inspire girls to not just be the snowboard angel, but to have the opportunity to have an awesome career.”