Where to begin. This month has kicked off to be a really exciting month. I have lots planned and am hoping things will start heading in the right direction.

I am starting a new business, which I have been planning forever. This month some serious work is going into it and it will hopefully finally be launched. I am also working as a Nutrimetics Consultant, as I love the products and I enjoy the flexibility of the work. And I am going to be subbing a few classes for my Fitness Instructor while she is away, which I am extremely excited about! I am hoping all of these endeavours will be interesting, stimulating and pay off literally, as with having three kids and living in Sydney we really need it!


The girls (my twins) have been really getting into school and I can see huge changes in them. They are also enjoying Music lessons and have a little concert coming up! And they are dancing and have their first Eisteddfod coming up this month! SO that will be both adorable and exciting for them!


Summer turned 2 last month and is officially a big girl in her own eyes (she will always be my Baby). She is talking non stop and really getting more and more into life, if that it even possible. She LOVES the dirt, mud, well just life. Her clothes don’t love it so much, but it’s a small price to pay for that much pleasure!

I have some really fun blog posts planned and some that I find interesting. I really hope to blog more regularly and consistently. However, this year we have had flooding, construction, more flooding and lots of projects I have had to focus on at home. I am feeling on top of things and hoping I can find more time to blog. Blogging sort of feels like a luxury break these days!


Sydney actually copped a beating over the weekend with a huge storm, that caused a lot of damage in my area. We had some flooding, in parts of the house that we had not been able to fix in time, so it was not unexpected.  Annoying but nothing too serious. Quite a few homes on Collaroy Beach front (which is two beaches north of me) have been destroyed and that must be unbelievably devastating for those home owners.

I hope you are all doing well! If you are an Aussie, did you get hit by the storm? Did you fair okay? North Americans, are you excited to kick off Summer?

Jess xoxox

2 Responses to June

  1. You seem in good spirits! I’m glad you are getting into some activities that you enjoy.

    I like the new school uniforms, and the Eisteddfod seems like a very fun way to combine music, dance and literature for people. I don’t know if they do that in the US much, although each culture has its versions, I’m sure.

    We just had our first Tropical storm in Florida. It went right by our area, but fortunately, we only got a lot of rain and minor flooding here. It was a good wake-up call, however, to be ready with the necessary supplies if we get a bigger storm.
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  2. Oh, exciting times ahead Jess! I’m looking forward to seeing what’s coming! And the kids look as cute as ever in those uniforms… and I did see your birthday posts for Summer. Two already? How is that possible?!

    Looking forward to more news!
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