I’m Guinevere or as my friends and family call me Guin (some even shorten it to G!) and this is my blog.
I have two great passions in life:
- first and foremost my family and friends; and
- making people, spaces and places look great, whilst still functioning effectively.
For the most part this blog will focus on fashion and personal style, however, I will occasionally dabble in other areas that I am very passionate about:
- Health and Fitness;
- Interior Design; and
- Occasionally Landscape Design.
I have been a style blogger for the past 10 months, for the most part these have been about fashion and my personal everyday style, however in more recent times I have also been blogging about interior design and styling.
During those 10 months I made it my business to learn as much as I possibly could from some of the best stylists in the business by reading their posts, eBooks and attending workshops. This knowledge combined with my own personal style, give me the skills to help others to look effortlessly chic and to develop their own personal style.
Health and Fitness
Before having my little angel, I was a health and fitness freak; bootcamp, swimming, running, Bikrim and Les Mills classes anything and everything. I would train at least 7 times a week if not more. Now that I am a mother I can’t be as selfish with my time, but I also don’t want to let myself go. Over the past two years I have learnt how to stay fit whilst juggling work and family, and I hope to share my heath and fitness journey with you all.
Interior and Landscape Design
I have a Bachelor of Interior Architecture and a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning. I work part time as an Urban Designer and Town Planner for a large multi-disciplinary consultancy, and until recently also worked as an Interior Stylist. In addition, through my work as an Urban Designer I have been fortunate to work on numerous landscape designs for the public realm. I hope to use this blog as a vehicle to share my knowledge, thoughts and musings on both interior and landscape design.
Sharing ideas and lightening the load