Female Figure #10 - Sarah Davidson of Seize the Yay & Matcha Maiden

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I absolutely love the inspiring story of our next Female Figure and can listen to it over and over again on how she "accidentally" found herself in business and made the leap from corporate lawyer to "funtrepreneur". Yup, you guessed it! We have the uber intelligent, hilariously relatable, eloquently spoken, down to earth and drop dead gorgeous - Sarah Davidson of Seize the Yay @Spoonful_of_Sarah and Co-Founder of Matcha Maiden.  
Her story is "textbook" and proof that having a positive mindset combined with good old hard work can drive you to build the business of your dreams. Not many people can say that they have successfully founded multi-million dollar businesses, (Matcha Maiden and Matcha Mylkbar), is an author of a best selling book "Seize the Yay", is an MC and TV presenter for "House of Wellness" on Channel 7 and Host of wildly popular podcast "Seize the Yay".  Impressive is an understatement for this lady and to top things off she is incredibly humble, kind and generous, just as you would imagine from her instagram posts!  
This is why I am so honoured and thrilled to share with you our interview with Sarah Davidson, to send positive vibes your way and pump you up for the rest of the week! 

1. You're no stranger to many of us here who love your work and story, but do tell us about yourself, and how you came into business? 

Sarah: I like to describe myself as a lawyer turned funtrepreneur - I am so lucky to do many different things for work these days, so that's my default one-liner. The longer version starts in a corporate law firm where I spent the first few years of my professional life in mergers and acquisitions. Unlike your typical corporate refugee, I didn't leave because I was desperately unhappy - I actually found a lot of gratification in the prestige of law and the momentum of climbing the corporate ladder. Instead, it wasn't until a happy accident or sliding doors moment in 2014 that I was drawn into business and shown that I was settling for 'good' when I could reach out for 'great'. 

"I was settling for 'good' when I could reach out for 'great'"
Long story short, I was lucky enough to travel to Rwanda with my husband for a charitable expedition and brought home not only some life-changing revelations but also a nasty gut parasite. In the process of healing, I was banned from coffee and discovered the magic of matcha powder as an alternative form of caffeination. In searching for our own personal supply, we started a side hustle that unexpectedly exploded  and over the next few years grew into over 1000+ stockists worldwide, warehouses in Melbourne and LA, over a million serves sold and an award-winning cafe, Matcha Mylkbar. From hilarious beginnings resembling Breaking Bad but green, it's now been six years and we successfully sold both businesses last year. 
Matcha Maiden Green Tea - The original wellness superfood.
Matcha Mylkbar Cafe in St Kilda 
In the meantime, I had become fascinated by the concept of swapping metrics like success and financial wealth to joy and fulfilment and started a podcast, Seize the Yay to explore this. I quickly became passionate about reminding others that no two people are meant to have the same pathway and that life is too short not to find your "yay" and seize it wholeheartedly. When we sold the businesses, this became a full-time gig very quickly, expanding into a book of the same name, merchandise and a bustling community dubbed the "yayborhood". I'm also very lucky to do some public speaking, MCing as well as TV and radio hosting with Channel 7.
"No two people are meant to have the same pathway and life is too short not to find your "yay" and seize it wholeheartedly."


Seize the yay "Quote of the day flipbook" 

2. How are you finding your Moodyboard and has it helped in any way with your line of work?
I'm a very visual person and find that the only way to organise the mess in my very busy brain is to offload everything onto something I can see. The Moodyboard is such a beautifully aesthetic way to keep a record of what I'm thinking, feeling, working on... 
Especially when I have lots of different projects that involve wearing different hats, if I have a way to view the "current map" of what's going on I find it a lot easier to switch between things. I'm also a huge believer in having quotes or affirmations in your environment as constant reminders or cues to help combat self-doubt, impostor syndrome, comparison etc so what better way to present those each day.
"The Moodyboard is such a beautifully aesthetic way to keep a record of what I'm thinking, feeling, working on... "
Our Blush Moodyboard in Sarah's office alongside her "Quote of the day flipbook"
3. What does your typical work day look like?
It probably won't come as a surprise that there is no such thing as a typical day. I've really gone from one extreme of a very routine life structure to having very little idea of what's coming a week or even a few days ahead (which I find quite exciting!) The day looks completely different depending on whether I'm recording podcasts, speaking, filming for Channel 7, creating photo or video content, or the more logistical side of things with our physical products. 
Sarah and Grace Tame at Ignite 2022 - Entrepreneurs Org 
On stage at the Vogue Codes Summit 2018
A few things that don't change though are a very solid breakfast routine - I don't really love shoes or handbags, but I LOVE starting the day by taking myself out for breakfast. That allows me not only to fuel up well for whatever the day throws at me, but have some quiet alone time to get across my emails and make a fresh to do list. I meditate too to keep the anxiety and overwhelm at bay, as well as exercise a few times weekly which is also largely a mental rather than physical exercise. And a solid dose of Netflix, true crime podcasts, reading or playing with our Golden Retriever, Paul, is also a ritual that pops up most nights to unwind. 
4. Many of our readers have side hustles while working a 9-5 day job - What advice can you share on 'taking the leap' and leaving your secure, comfortable day job to pursue a more fulfilling and rewarding dream job doing what you love? 
Ahh I'm very biased in this department, but the main question I asked myself at the time was 'what's the once in a lifetime opportunity?' While taking a break in my legal career might leave me a year or two behind my peers, the industry overall was not going anywhere and I'd made good enough relationships to be able to find work if the business didn't turn out. On the other hand, when else would I have the chance to run with a business idea that was already going gangbusters, with very few competitors, before we had a mortgage or children, and with the momentum allowed by social media? I tend to decide things based on a regret management matrix - what will I, in 10 years time, regret more? Trying and possibly failing? Or not trying at all?
"I tend to decide things based on a regret management matrix - what will I, in 10 years time, regret more? Trying and possibly failing? Or not trying at all?"
Of course, there are layers on top of that decision based on your personal circumstances - if you have dependents, debts, health concerns, or any number of other reasons that might make the leap more risky, absolutely weigh those up based on your own position. There's also a very real possibility that either the business might work best at the level of a side hustle or that you prefer it that way - sometimes, you need a creative outlet but not one that's the only thing you do. My biggest message to anyone making a big decision about their life is to work out what makes YOU excited and what circumstances bring out the best in YOU - the idea of going into business is very trendy and romanticised but some people hate the chaos of it all and thrive in a more structured environment. But if you know it's what you want, at least for now, then really ask what's the worst that can happen?
One last question I always think about when I really can't decide - if you knew you could fail but nobody would ever find out, would you care? I think most of us are most scared of looking like a failure than actually failing. If you can just get past the small risk that you might look silly for five minutes, you realise nothing can really stop you!
 "If you knew you could fail but nobody would ever find out, would you care? I think most of us are most scared of looking like a failure than actually failing"
5. Coming from a non- business background, how did you quickly pick up the skills to run a successful business and where did you find the resources to support you?   
It is a HUGE cliche but cliches are there for a reason - I have been winging it since the beginning and see no reason to stop now! I think the digital world has democratised influence and good ideas, so you don't need the credentials you once did to get ahead. Of course, qualifications are still enormously useful and valuable, but not having them doesn't mean you can't still learn what you need to on the fly. 
"I honestly learnt everything I needed through a combination of Google, mentors, and letting go of the idea that it's weak to ask for help. "
The internet is AMAZING for upskilling and sharing information - that's the best place to start. You can truly learn just about anything these days for no cost or very little cost. What I found most important was also to surround myself with people doing the same thing so we could share knowledge and resources and help each other in areas where one was stronger or further along. Networking groups like Business Chicks are INFINITELY valuable along the journey to help you find people with the skills and knowledge you need or even just to feel less isolated in the challenge of running your own show!
6. As a business owner, what tips do you have for others who are just starting out/ thinking of starting a business? 
DO IT! You'll never know if you like it or how good at it you could possibly be if you don't just try it. The worst that can happen is you find out you don't like it or that you could try it a little differently - but you'd rather a life of "oh wells" than a life of "what ifs?"
Best selling book "Seize the Yay"
We had to end the interview with one of Sarah's famous #bloops!  

Thank you Sarah for sharing some insight on your incredible journey in following your passion, building a career that makes your heart sing and having a ball of a time along the way! 

We love you and all that you stand for! For those who don't already follow Sarah, you can do so here!   



x Joey 

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Female Figure #9 - Georgia Perry

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Hello there! It's been a minute since our last Female Figures interview where we chat to leading women in the creative industry. It's about time we get this started again and I'm so excited to share our first interview for 2022, and let me tell you, it's a GOODIE! 

She's a household name in her own right and has clients like Clinique, Adidas, Nickelodeon and Mercedes Benz under her belt. Her work hits you like an explosion of colour that is playful and powerful, and has products stocked in over 150 boutiques across the globe. She's a woman who is lucky enough to wake up every morning and does what she absolutely loves for work and is a leader in her field. On top of that she's also a new mum who supports her family, I mean, that's the dream right?! She's none other than the talented graphic artist and entrepreneur - Georgia Perry

1. Tell us a bit about yourself and how you came into business? 

Georgia: I have wanted to do what I'm doing now, honestly since I was probably 12 years old! I always enjoyed creative subjects at school, was always working on art / craft projects and both my parents ran small businesses, so it was kind of always just expected that I would carve my own path.

I studied graphic design for four years, and then worked in design studios for a few years before branching out on my own. 

I love working for myself, and still often pinch myself that I get to do this as a career.  

2. How are you finding your Moodyboard and has it helped in any way with your line of work? 

Georgia: I love keeping mementos, postcards and other inspiring bits and pieces on my desk, so the Moodyboard has made that a whole lot easier (and cuter)

3. What does your typical work day look like? 

Georgia: We have a one year old, so a typical day can vary quite a lot now! However when things go smoothly, I drop my daughter to day care (she's there three days a week) then usually it's quickly grabbing a chai and hitting my desk for emails / work enquiries / fulfilling online orders for my shop.

If I have a deadline or an illustration project on I'll spend a few hours on that in the morning (I'm sharpest then) otherwise I'm working on my illustration folio or designing new products for my shop.

The product side of my business means there is never a dull moment – as I'm always liaising with stockists and suppliers, eagerly awaiting new samples, and dreaming up new things to make.

 4. As a mum, what are the challenges you face when running a business, and what do you do to overcome those challenges ? 

GeorgiaTrying to keep my old routines has been one of the hardest things. Having a toddler often means plans / your whole day can change at a moment's notice – so adjusting to that has been a challenge. 

Lately I've just been trying to let go of trying to control everything. Just taking each moment as it comes, and knowing that even if I don't get everything done today, there's always tomorrow, and that's OK.


Georgia and her daughter Daisy - Image sourced from @gpez

5. As a business owner, what tips do you have for others who are just starting out/ thinking of starting a business? 

Georgia: I think beyond all else when starting / running a small business you need an almost unhinged amount of blind faith and optimism!
It's very hard work and there will always be dark moments, but you have to keep at it and deeply believe in yourself / that things will work out. 

You also have to be very disciplined – being your own boss certainly doesn't mean you get to slack off! And there's no one else to blame when things go wrong, ha! 

And lastly – you have to stay organised from the very start. That means really boring stuff like getting your bank accounts sorted (including a separate one for tax!) and hiring an accountant.
You wear so many hats when you have a small business, so staying organised is crucial. Even if you're a creative business like me – learn to love spreadsheets! 





Thank you Georgia for giving us a sneak peek into a day in your life and sharing a bit more about your journey! 

To get your hands on some Georgia Perry goodies here

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Female Figure #8 - Brooke Allott of Something White Events

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It's Friday again and I can almost see the light at the end of the tunnel! Not much longer now Melbourne folks till we get our freedom back and yay to our friends in NSW for getting out of lockdown and resuming life to a new "normal" (whatever that means these days!) With the warmer weather, new freedoms and festive season around the corner, things are definitely looking up and promising as we head into the tail end of 2021. *fingers crossed!*

In the spirit of celebration, this week I've interviewed an uber talented human who can literally make your party dreams come true. She's a modern day fairy godmother and I am so excited to present our next Female Figure - Brooke Allott from Something White Events

1. Tell us a bit about yourself and how you came into business? 

Brooke: Well a MASSIVEEEE hello there!  My name is Brooke Allott and I am the founder and creator of magic at Something White Events. I initially started my little passion project with the aim of focusing predominantly on the weddings scene, hence the name, Something White. 

I am originally a country girl (born and bred, Dubsvegas strong) with a rich background in hospitality. My family owned and operated country hotels so from a young age, I was exposed to the events scene. I started managing bars and hotels when I was younger, focusing on operations, function co-ordination and management.

After planning and styling my own wedding (just a few years ago .. cough cough!), I kind of stumbled into the weddings world. I was studying at the time and also working in a local cake shop as their weddings consultant and stylist.
After helping a number of clients with their cake design, the interest and requests began to expand from cakes, to tablecapes, reception styling and eventually, to planning entire weddings!

I never initially intended to ‘go into business’ so to speak, but I am so glad that I did. I have always been extremely passionate about the service industry and people. I love them. I am a very positive, bubbly and affectionate extrovert. I wanted to create a boutique brand that offered a bespoke service like no other. One that really focused on personalisation, attention to detail, quality service and cohesive presentation. In my opinion, it is these distinct details that transform something simple into something spectacular, resulting in beautiful memories and lasting impressions.

It is a true privilege to be trusted with creating peoples most treasured and valued celebrations. I love to provide joy, happiness and a little magic to these milestones and Something White has enabled me to do that on a regular basis, which I am eternally grateful for. The best part about this creative adventure for me is the brilliant, inspiring and beautiful supplier (now friends) that I have met along the way. I never imagined I would have expanded into the variety of events that I now cater for. 



2. How are you finding your Moodyboard and has it helped in any way with your line of work? 

BrookeI love the shape, colour and lines of my Moodyboard. Its size and grandeur is perfect for presenting my daily affirmations, inspirational quotes and never ending to-do lists in an aesthetically pleasing and contemporary way. Most importantly, I adore it versatility. Being in events, I am constantly on the lookout for unique and interesting props and accessories. I love how my moody can transform from a beacon of motivation and hope to a backdrop for photo booths and props for example. Its custom design, size and sturdy nature ensures it works perfectly in a variety of scenarios and the array of available hues make it blend seamlessly with any colour palette and theme.


3. What does your typical work day look like? 

BrookeIn events, there is no such thing as a typical work day and since life in lockdown has become the new norm, there is REALLY no typical work day.

Something I have always loved about our industry is its spontaneity and exciting nature. No two events are ever the same which is what makes it challenging, enjoyable and fresh. 

Personally, I try to get in some exercise (essential for my sanity). There's a lot of running about like a headless chook when I have a 7 and 4 year old to raise (not forgetting the twin fur babies puppies Rosie and Ralph.... #overcommitter).

It all comes back to planning. I have so many balls in the air that I write EVERYTHING down so nothing falls to the floor and I am the queen of a to-do list - so satisfying to tick something off! I will even write a list that I have already completed just to get the ball rolling!

I tend to work very irregular hours and irritatingly get my best ideas at night making me quite the night owl (I find most of the events crew are!). One thing is for sure though, I typically start the day with a coffee and end with a well earned glass of champagne. There is nothing more thrilling than seeing an event come to life and witnessing the beaming clients and guests in awe and adoration of what you have crafted for them. It is an addiction I will never tire of satisfying and I truly get so much joy and fulfilment from creating and sharing these special journeys with people.

 4. As a mum, what are the challenges you face when running a business, and what do you do to overcome those challenges ? 

BrookeTime. Time is my enemy! I try to parent like I don't have a business, and run a business like I don't have kids. Many women will relate to this. You get pulled in ALL directions and it’s a LOT to juggle at times.

When people ask me what I do... I just say my BEST! I tell them I raise kids, run a house and have this little gig called a full time job on the side . 

The best way to overcome it is to plan. My days are planned down to the minute as often as I can.  I have a planner for my family, one for the kids and one for myself so I don't forget my own needs in the mix. I also love to be spontaneous so on days when things just don’t go to plan, it’s important to roll with the punches and just make it work. Another essential quality I can apply to life in events.

 5. As a business owner, what tips do you have for others who are just starting out/ thinking of starting a business? 

BrookeResearch! Make sure you know everything about the industry you are getting into. Is it doing well in the current (pandemic) climate? Is it adaptable? So much is changing in the way consumers behave, so businesses need to know their audience and the market inside out, in order to adapt and survive. 

Importantly, make sure you work in a field you are passionate about. I absolutely love the work I do. The planning, the people I meet, the community of business owners that are more like family than associates now. Especially, the looks of wonder and delight when people love the work that I do. 

For those that want to start a business who are mums... don't set yourself unrealistic goals. Treat yourself kindly and all else shall follow. You can't run at 100% all of the time. Something that has taken a while for me to realise is that I CAN have it all. Just not all at the same time. 

Work out what you can achieve at your current stage of life and plan ahead for your life and your business. 

Dream big. If you can dream it, You can do it!


Thanks Brookie for sharing and if you ever need a party planner / stylist - Look no further! Head on to the Something White Events website here

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Female Figure #7 - Tiffany Boyd of Hinterlife Homeschool

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School holidays are coming to an end, and we're entering the last term of the year for 2021! Oh em gee where did this year go?!

It's been an interesting year to say the least but one thing that 2021 has taught us is - Resilience. Sure, we'll moan about how life is hard right now (and it is!) but for the most of us, we get on with it and adapt. 

Today I'd like to put the spotlight on a new business which responds to the many challenges that parents have experienced this year with home schooling or as our guest calls it "crisis schooling". Mums and dads out there - this one's for you! 

Please let me introduce you to Tiffany Boyd of Hinterlife Homeschool & Learn Freely App

Tiffany has turned her own personal challenges into opportunity by developing an amazing program and app to help parents with every aspect of planning, recording, and reporting in a home-school.

Tiffany is also one of my wonderful customers who has time and time again supported my small business (thank you so much!). I've always loved seeing how Tiffany uses the Moodyboards as part of the learning process and really wanted to learn more! So here's a bit more about Tiffany :)  

1. Tell us a bit about yourself and how you came into business? Have you always wanted to be in business? 

I'm Tiffany and I am a Mum to 2 beautiful kids aged 7 and 10, wife to my best friend Aidan and I am the co-founder of Freely home-school planner app. 

We didn’t plan on home-schooling, however our son had some pretty serious health concerns and as we investigated further we began to realise things weren’t adding up. His health came first and we found ourselves suddenly and unexpectedly home-schooling both of our children! 

It was a HUGE change for us. I found myself looking for a planner that was online to help with documenting and keeping records of our home learning and general organisation, and I couldn't believe it didn't exist. This was when my husband and I decided to create it ourselves.  

2. How are you finding your Moodyboard and has it helped with your line of work?   

I love our Moodyboard (we have 4!) . They help me daily in many different ways. I am creative, so I needed something pretty to look at and inspire me, the Moodyboard certainly does the job! 

In my work space for Freely, I will write with chalk pen my focus for the day. When we are developing a new feature I tend to create a visual mock up and set it on the board with our colour scheme and leave it there for the day to allow me to think more on it. 


I also have two black Moodyboards in our home-school space which I use like a blackboard. My kids adore them! They are just so handy! It really helps me to keep my visual learners focused on their learning. It also allows us to keep our space looking beautiful and homey and less like a classroom, because that’s really not our thing. 

Click here for a tour of Tiffany's Home-school Room Tour. 

The kids can move them around easily to wherever they want to learn and we have been known to set up for the day outside with our Moodyboard hanging in the chicken coop while the kids sit with their favourite chicken.  That’s just another day when you home-school. 

3. Tell us more about the Learn Freely App that you and your husband have developed and how it can help parents who are currently home-schooling their children due to COVID? 

Freely home-school planner app is an online application that allows you to organise your entire home-school, from planning lessons and activities to organising digital curriculum and record keeping.  It is designed for Home schoolers who have an eclectic approach to home-schooling (likes to mix up their resources depending on their Children's interests and learning preferences). We currently have over 40 families beta testing Freely and we are working closely with them to refine everything before we go to the international market in a few months.  

"I’d really love to let parents know who are home schooling due to COVID in lockdown that they are not “home schooling", this is crisis schooling. It’s harder and more challenging than home schooling ever would be. I think it's important to understand the two because they really are completely different but predominantly because with crisis schooling the school is in control of what you spend your time on. True home schooling is where the parent is in control, often following natural interests which makes things far easier despite generally achieving the same learning outcomes. So parents, if you are feeling stressed and burnt out, give yourself grace, be kind to yourself. This would be hard for anyone to deal with!"

Question 4: As we all know, home schooling is no easy feat, what advice do you have to parents who are new at home schooling? 

Home schoolers often follow the path less travelled because they don’t fit within the boxes that traditional routes try to put them in. We get that all kids learn in different ways, some love to sit and listen to stories, some love to fidget and play with manipulatives, some need movement to take the information in. Most don’t love sitting and writing but many love to build, explore and create!  Freely compliments each child's learning style by making it easy for the home educator to plan, capture and report the way that best suits that learner. 

Question 5: As a mum, what are the challenges you face when running a business, and what do you do to overcome those challenges? 

I think sharing with our kids our passions/work is really important, and to let them know that work is not more important than they are, but it still is important to us. This is the way we have approached it. 

Not having help in the classroom is challenging but through home schooling and spending all that time together perhaps gives them an outlook on life to follow your dreams and fight for what you believe in. I hope they see that by following a passion, it’s really not work in the traditional sense of the word.

It’s more about prioritising what is important. There will always be something we can and need to drop and focus on later. As long as we have clarity around that and self awareness to know our own capacity of handling what we take on. That’s been the key to our families happiness.


Question 6: As a business owner, what tips do you have for others who are just starting out or thinking of starting a business?

I have always been passionate in everything I’ve done and there has always been a business in it. Money has only ever been the last thought. The driver has always been the passion for helping people in some way. So I guess my advice would be: Think of the thing you love to do most in the world. Do that, make that your thing.

Tiffany's Desk at home


Moodyboard in White in Tiffany's Pantry. 

Thanks so much Tiffany for sharing your story and passion with us - Home schooling is truly a selfless and rewarding job and I'm sure that many families will benefit from the Learn Freely App !

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Female Figures #6 - Carmen Strong of Little Strong Home

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What better way to bring in the new sunnier and cheerful season with some good spring cleaning inspiration? Our next guest is an expert at home organisation and has been featured in various magazines and the news on her decluttering and home organising strategies. If you haven't come across Carmen, check out her page - her before-after shots will blow your mind! Please welcome Carmen Strong of Little Strong Home!  

1. Tell us a bit about yourself and how you came into business? Have you always wanted to be in business? 

Carmen: I’m Carmen Strong! I'm a professional home organiser & interior stylist. I’m a Mama, a maker and a home creator. I have an amazing husband and two beautiful little children. We live on the beautiful Central Coast of NSW in Australia. I work full time in the retail industry by day & do my home organisation/styling consultations by night. Organising and styling is my passion project. I have a great eye for detail and love the inner calm that organising brings. 

I kinda fell into the industry after sharing my home on the gram with my friends and family and then so many people would ask me if i could help them and here I am. I have always wanted to be my own boss, but in what industry I never knew.

2. How are you finding your Moodyboard and has it helped in any way with your line of work?   
CarmenIt helps inspire me and my designs, it's a space for me to stay on top of things and keep important info in one location. I love that it's aesthetically pleasing which I'm all about. I love it when design meets practicality. 
3. What does your typical work day look like?
CarmenI work full time in the retail industry by day, then in the evening I spend it with my family and raising my beautiful children. Once they're down I use that time to focus on my business and organise consultations with my clients to help them transform their spaces. There's no time for TV here.. My hobbies are my organising and helping my clients. 

4. As a mum, what are the challenges you face when running a business, and what do you do to overcome those challenges ? 
Carmen: The constant juggle, it's real and it feels like a hamster on a wheel day in day out.. But it's all about planning, overcoming mum guilt and remembering I'm doing it for them. I grew up with amazing parents who have an incredible work ethic and I want that for my children. I want my children to know they can do or be anything they want. Not just show up to work every day in the same job and get no satisfaction out of it. Life is for living the best life you have not a mediocre one.  
5. What advice do you have for people who love to keep things ( a.k.a Hoarders.. I'm guilty here! lol!) 
Carmen: Does it bring you joy? Have you used it in the last 6 months? if not get rid of it. You can't take it with you, and someone else may find it super helpful. 
6. As a business owner, what tips do you have for others who are just starting out/ thinking of starting a business? 
CarmenStart, always just start... Otherwise you'll miss an opportunity. Be original and also make it about your customer not you.. what are you doing for them?


Carmen also makes these gorgeous writable "to-do" and "shopping " lists which you can purchase here


Thanks Carmen for sharing! Book in a home styling and organising session with Carmen right this way -  here

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