Introvert (INFP) | Daydreamer and Explorer of my inner world | Following my creativity | Fiction Writing (for myself) | K Drama Lover (as of March 2020 – yes I am new to the party) | Book lover | Mother | Wife | Living with Charcot Marie Tooth Disease |

I’m a 35 year old mum from Australia. I’m a former soapmaker, blogger, and serial project starter, and INFP (in the Myers Briggs personality typology system.

I’m obsessed with personality type content, K-Drama, my husband’s espresso coffees, daydreaming about movies and books, desserts involving pie or cream, green smoothies, baked vegetables. I am a forever student in awe of the world and how it works (especially space and human bodies).

I love to listen to podcasts (from the Infinite Monkey Cage, to Personality Hacker, to The Krdama Podcast with Lee Evie, Be Uncluttered, My Millenial Money – I love variety).

I have a progressive neurological disease called Charcot Marie Tooth disease that is causing me to lose the function of my hands and feet.

I can be deep and insightful, funny and silly, a little skeptic and sarcastic, patient, impatient, a dreamer and idealist, or firmly focused on facts. I aim to show up in all of these ways, because, well, I am human and full of nuance and contradictions. And I’m ready to embrace and embody all of it.

The Elegant Daydreamer blog is me showing up in my own unique way. Here I am sharing my thoughts on journaling, identity, self-worth, my ideals for the world. Sharing my creative journey (which is me trying out activities that I am drawn to and open to epic fails). Sharing a little about disability and even some fictional writing.

The Elegant Daydreamer blog is me following my curiosity, expressing myself and learning to use my voice, and continuously peeling back the layers of my inner self.

It’s mishmash. It might be full of contradictions. You may think I change my mind a lot. I am just interested in lot’s of things. I am complex, intricate and love to feel newness and freshness. I am still learning, I still feel fear of being seen, I still find myself having limiting beliefs. I still at times feel stuck, confused, up in my head. But every moment is a new moment I can choose again.