Q1) Tell us a little about yourself!
I am Natalie Sullivan. I am a loved up wife and Mother to two beautiful children with my third on the way! My son Ari is 4 and daughter Chloe is nearly 3. Our third and final baby is due in June. I moved to Australia from England when I was 12. I met my husband at school, he is now a builder and together we have built a beautiful life on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.
Q2) Tell us about what you do, and why you do it
I am a writer and blogger. The main pillars of my work are Motherhood, home interiors, fashion and travel. I particularly enjoy sharing my journey through motherhood and connecting with other mothers. In 2019 I wrote a book called Remember Mama to support Mums with each sale a donation is made to PANDA who support post natal depression
Q3) What makes you feel courageous?
I constantly feel courageous and brave for my children. Most recently I am feeling courageous in my pregnancy journey. When my son Ari was born I developed pre eclampsia and hellp syndrome. This developed into a large blood loss and blood transfusions, and now fear around pregnancy and child birth particularly. I pull on ever ounce of courage I have to grow and birth my their baby. We found out last week it’s a girl!
Q4) What is one thing you wish you could tell your 16-year-old self?
Stop caring so much about what other people think. Know your worth and how you should be treated
Q5) What is one piece of advice you can give a fellow lady who might be lacking courage?
Courage is a mindset that can be learnt overtime. Invest the time in cultivating this in your everyday life. You are SO wonderful and SO worth it