about

Hello beautiful people!

Welcome to my little abode here on the world wide web. My name is Kelly, and I am a wife, a puppy mumma, a traveller, a beach lover, a leader and educator with dōTERRA and a believer in living a natural, healthy and positive lifestyle.

My little family and I reside on the Central Coast, NSW Australia where we spend our days sipping lattes from my husband’s (beloved) coffee machine and taking our black lab, Leo, for long walks on the beach.

You may have known this blog in the past as ‘piezloves’ and whilst I still remain true to my original blog, as with all things, growth and change are inevitable. It’s time to flourish in new spaces.

We have each been placed on this Earth for a special purpose. I encourage you to find the things that make you feel truly alive and pursue them. Find healthy and uplifting ways to support yourself and your family. Our physical, spiritual and emotional health and well-being are of utmost importance and only when our own cups are full is it that we can fully serve the ones that we care about from the overflow.

Follow me on my journey to achieve this and we might end up teaching one another a thing or two.

“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” – Galatians 6:9

My blog aims to be a review of all things beautiful, whole and true.

Please contact me for an up to date copy of my Media Kit.

Kelly xx

 

 

9 thoughts on “about

  1. Hi there,
    I have a question regarding your career in education as I’m currently looking at uni options.
    Where did you study & what degree did you get? Why did you choose teaching? Any advice to people who are thinking of becoming teachers?
    Your advice would be much appreciated.
    Thanks Kelly x

    1. Hey there, Thanks for your message lovely. I went to a private college on the Central Coast NSW, Australia (Avondale College) and graduated with a Bachelor of Education (Primary). I would definitely recommend this career. It has it’s moments but so do most jobs. It’s definitely a great degree to get as a back up or a foundation degree. Very rewarding despite it challenges. I hope that helps! xx

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