Share your world – 15th March 2022

I haven’t really been around much of late. Dealing with narcissistic and toxic people in your life is draining and exhausting. Physically and emotionally. So I finally pulled the pin. Probably won’t solve my problems straight away, but at least I now know I have done the right thing for me and my family.

In amongst dealing with all that crap I also went and taught a fabulous workshop in country Victoria, Alice in Wonderland (again lol) and then last weekend was the Visual Storytellers Conference. I got to watch some fabulous presentations, meet some really cool people and even met and got to (virtually) hang with an idol of mine Renee Robyn – fangirling lol but so cool.

Anyway…onto this week’s SYW questions


How do you tell if someone has a sense of humour? If they laugh at your jokes? I often find we tend to think people are smarter or have a sense of humour if they have similar thoughts to us.

What sort of music do you prefer? I have a very eclectic taste in music. I love pop, rock, a bit of heavy, but I also like classical, theatre and some opera. Not a big fan of Jazz – can’t like everything, right?

Thoughts on gravy or ‘sauce”?   Yea or nay? I don’t mind a bit of sauce or gravy. But if something is cooked really well, I am happy to eat it how it is served. But I do like some gravy on hot chips, or bangers and mash. Sweet chilli and sour cream on wedges etc.

Would you enjoy a hot air balloon ride? No. I was offered one once, as part of a work function Christmas party. My hubby went and thoroughly loved it, but I hate heights and am not a big fan of flying either. I will be in a plane if I must, but there is deception there of solid ground under my feet if I don’t look out the window – I know sounds kind of lame right? The things we tell ourselves.



What do you think is widely taken for granted? Our freedom. Freedom from tyranny, freedom from violence, freedom from bullying. True some countries don’t have that freedom, especially at the moment. But the rest of us who do…I think we take it for granted. We should protect it and cherish it when it is available to us.

I am grateful for my little family, my fabulous friends who support me and help me achieve my dreams…this is a cute little bit of fun from a recent shoot I did with my friend Sue in Ballarat, with Emily. Will share the other images in another post.

Emily – playing with mirrors!

I hope you all have a calm and peaceful week and Happy St Patricks Day – may the luck of the Irish be with you.

~ Julz, xo