Be yourself. Everyone else is taken.
Sometimes we just need to be ok with our mistakes, insecurities and learnings. Things often don’t go how we wish or want and we are just waiting for ourselves to catch up with why.
On this day of international happiness – I got to thinking about just that – happiness. A simple word but a complex feeling. The quest for happiness is a lifelong one and one that we are all on. Most parents say the most important thing they want for their kids, is for them to be happy. It’s the dream. The goal. The mission. Everyone has sad and hard days, some sadder and harder than others. The human spirit has relentless stamina and I am always amazed with what it can endure.
For anyone who has talked to me in the last 6 months, you would know I’m obsessing on podcasts right now! It’s a great way to download positivity and inspiration into my day without making extra time in my day to do it. I usually put one on in the car on my way to the office or picking up the kids. I’ve selected a few of my fav’s below if you feel like some inspiring interviews, fun facts and life hacks. OH – and as we speak we are working on a Tea with Jules podcast for those who are asking! Should be coming really soon – so watch out for that.
Winter is well and truly upon us. In fact, I can no longer feel my feet! My favourite thing to do in winter is to be inside with a cup of tea, my family and if there is any moment of peace, read a sneaky chapter of a book. Bliss. Here is some cozy winter inspiration for your perusal.
I have always followed my curiosity. I was never the little girl who was born knowing without a doubt what she wanted to do when she grew up. I was into a lot of different things when I was at school. I loved sport, music and reading. None of those things I particularly excelled at and none of them where interests in which I thought would become my career. I simply liked and tried things. This has become the story of my whole life! Like it, try it.
White. It’s a trend that will and does stand the test of time. It’s not always practical to wear top to toe white (can I get an amen Mothers?!), but it sure does look great. Here is some inspiration when and if you are willing to take the plunge. x
I have been a tomboy my whole life. I graduated to dresses and make up as a teenager, but my heart still lies with fashion with a boy edge. Here is some inspiration if you feel the same way.