To keep things fresh and ever so interesting, there are several contributors and guest post writers featured here on the Gorgeous Things Blog.
Most Recent Guest Posts from:
Martina Hughes - Tantric Blossoming
Sharon Perkins – Beaut Vintage
Agness Knapik – High Steaks Sustainable Farming
Founder & Community Energiser/Manager
If Gorgeous Things is the global camp fire that brings together a whole bunch of women with similar values – then it’s my job to gather the fuel, make sure introductions to like-minded people are made as they arrive and keep the fire burning for your next visit.
Look forward to seeing you again soon, LA x
Nutritionist, Personal Trainer & Intuitive Eating Guide
Laura’s been there so she knows how tough it can be to battle with food and your weight. The good news is – anyone can learn to overcome their fears with Laura’s guidance.
Regular posts about repairing your relationship with your body and food, Neuro Linguistic Programing, getting active without feeling like a fish out of water and nutrition for health and happiness.
Occupational Therapist, Yoga Teacher, Meditation devotee & New York Marathon 2010 Competitor (Go Meg!)
Currently based in San Francisco, gorgeous Megan Faulkner shares her discoveries from her new home in this celebrated alternative health and counter-culture Mecca.
My name is Megan Faulkner, and I am really excited about joining Lesley-Ann and the Gorgeous Things Team. I am a proud little Aussie, Occupational Therapist, student, wife, yoga devotee, healthy living junkie (with the odd glass of Sauv Blanc for good measure), and hopefully in the not too distant future, mother.
I have recently moved to California, and whilst soaking up the sunshine and studying for my Masters in Occupational Therapy, I look forward to spreading the word about the fabulous products and lifestyle education Gorgeous Things supports. I also look forward sharing some of my experiences from the other side of the pond.
Green & Gorgeous Domestic Goddess
In my mid thirties, I am a proud wife and mother of three wonderful children, ranging in age from 6 to 4 years – including twins. Together with my husband, I run a carpentry and maintenance business from home.We are currently completing a home extension, and filling up our veggie patch in anticipation of the warmer months – here in Queanbeyan we are very keen for summer.
During the last few years I have been involved in our childrens’ preschool and the local multiple birth association, and I am looking forward to increasing my involvement in our eldest daughter’s primary school and joining the soon to be established environmental committee there.
My other interests include recycling, staying healthy and looking good, and providing healthy food and activities for my children, and others I am privileged enough to have contact with.
I wear three hats. I am a mother of three boys aged 7 to 11; I work part time for an executive search firm; and I study part time at the University of Canberra. My husband has his own business and works part time for the Army Legal Corp.
So our house is somewhat busy. I love reading books and started up a Bookclub about four years ago. We meet once every six weeks and take it in turns choosing the book. Over the summer we can read anything and give a review of it to the other members.
The best thing we’ve found about our Bookclub is that we not only read the ‘chosen’ book but we share books we’ve read over the years – so it’s a great way of expanding our repertoire.
In addition to books, I love yoga, pilates, netball, tennis, cooking and travel. I have recently joined a gym in an effort to get a little fitter and stave off the middle age spread!