I will teach my children the definition
of decency and help them understand
humanity and that we are our own
set of skin and bones with a heart
that beats to it’s own rhythm and every
action will not affect the multitudes
and every response will not shatter
I will teach my daughters…
Stumbled upon Julie Rouby’s stunning apartment in Paris’ le Marais district. In an article in Freunde Von Freunden she shares snapshots of her apartment and her life in Paris.
Creative agent and stylist Julie Rouby lives among natural light and the sound of the soft purring of her cat Raoul in Paris’ le Marais district. Originally from the South of France, she evokes a sunny energy and, as she told us over an afternoon together, continues to put rosemary on everything she cooks.
Once inspired to work in advertising, Julie quickly realized her goal only to turn towards the role of an agent, through which she more immediately builds on skills of communication and creativity.
What hasn’t changed, however, is her love for her neighborhood, a place that both she and her young daughter cherish for its beauty and bohemian vibe. Smiling from behind the wheel of her convertible, Julie also shares her love of driving while embodiing a true Cote d’Azur lifestyle.
Read the rest of Léa Munsch's interview with Julie here.
I’m hoping that cup if filled with tea, because this picture is just perfect.
I haven’t had coffee since January. That’s about 5 months already. I got rushed to the emergency room of The Medical City because the lining of my stomach was getting thin. According to my doctor, if I wasn’t going to quit my (brewed) coffee habit, I was going to have ulcer. According to the measurement on my coffee maker, I was drinking 4 cups of Italian arabica in the morning, 6 cups of it at 12 noon, and 4 cups of it in the afternoon/evening. After getting out of the hospital, for two weeks I experienced coffee withdrawal symptoms. I really felt like I was a lifeless being. But good thing I’m okay now, and I’m not craving for coffee anymore and I intend to stay this way for the rest of my life. :)
I love how she has pictures of her family, and even a picture of our Mother Mary. :)
Julie in her convertible in the streets of Paris.
I hope I can be here someday! Such a beautiful city!!!!