I’m pretty lucky that I get to meet heaps of super creative types in my day job as an interior stylist, people I work with or just happen to meet. One of my favourite expressions is “Birds of a feather flock together” I believe you meet the people you’re supposed to… and I wanted to share a little bit about them, what they do with and what makes them tick with you (and will do so Tuesday afternoons) First up Sarah Wilson Journalist, Blogger and Author of I quit Sugar
Every Tuesday afternoon i will share with you a different creative and ask them some fun questions
In 5 minutes you can make a new friend, make a change or just take a rest, Just take 5 Minutes
How would you describe the look of your home?
Minimal with flourishes of sentimentality
What’s your favourite thing in your home?
My new Jardan Leila sofa…it’s lovely and deep and I chose it because Jardan ticks all the environmental boxes I could possibly think of – local, sustainable wood and fabrics and so on.
What are you loving right now?
slow cooking and Sydney Festival
Coffee tea or?
green tea…all day
Whats on your shopping list right now?
Hmmm, a tricky one. I don’t tend to shop a lot. However, I’m about to get some curtains made, using local linen.
Favorite thing to do on the weekend?
go bush hiking. You can catch up on my adventures around Sydney and the world on my instagram feed @_sarahwilson_
Favourite day of the week?
Mondays…I like starting things.
Favourite place to shop?
Paris…mostly because there’s not a huge consumer culture.
Favorite place to eat?
Fratelli Paradiso in Potts Point.
What’s your signature dish?
What is your signature drink?
A dirty gin martini
Where the mind goes the energy flows
What are you listening to?
ABC Classic FM…seriously!
What are you working on right now?
PUtting the finishing touches on our next online 8-Week “I Quit Sugar” Program. It kicks off Jan 30.
What/who are you inspired by?
The words of Victor Frankl, who wrote Man’s Search for Meaning, and poet Mary Oliver always get me fired up.
what makes you happy?
Hiking in hot, dry climates… and eating. I generally try to combine the two as often as possible.