Hi, I’m Julie
Thanks for stopping by.
It’s about time I update this page, a lot has changed since I started this blog in 2017. Back then I was a single mum finishing my university degree and working a full-time job. I was just starting to get serious with my now husband.
In a nutshell, I am Colombian but lived in London most of my life and is the place I call home, my immediate family, my friends and job are in London. I have two children 12 years and 7 months, I am married to a Dane which is why we recently made the leap and moved to Denmark with the kids (at least for the duration of my maternity leave) I love an adventure!
If you are wondering a little more about me, I grew up in Colombia and moved to the UK at the age of 14. My sister and I spent most of our time at our grandparents. I loved my grandparents’ home which I remember it as always being sunny, with an empowering smell of my grandma’s petunias, she had them in every colour.
At 14 we moved to London where I lived for around 20 years, I love London. My family and friends are in London. My teenage years were in London, I definitely lived the London life! Meeting people from all over the world, parties, dinners, concerts, museums, shopping. I really enjoyed the hustle and buzzle of London.
I had my daughter in my early 20’s (planned), motherhood at such a young age was tough and I guess age was one of the reasons my relationship broke down and I became a single mum. I had some pretty tough years but I am very fortunate to have an amazing network around me that enabled me to do a little better for myself and my daughter and also to enjoy life.
Now, I am married to a Dane and we are trying out the Scandinavian way of life. I always dreamed of living somewhere else and when Brexit happen, we thought why not? Scandinavians are supposed to be really happy, have a good work and life balance. I guess maybe now I want to slow down a bit and concentrate on new things, I definitely feel that I am entering a new chapter.
I hope you can join me in my new life journey.
Until next time, stay safe & kind,