Good morning ! My name is Julie, but for friends it's Juju or Gounours!
I was born on February 24, 1980 in Paris.
When I was little I wanted to be great reporter to travel, testify and live with a permanent adrenaline and now I am hotelier and consultant for various projects!
What makes me want to get up in the morning is my son Eugene and life in general! I try to live each day as if it were the last, everything makes me happy!
I have always been a fan of travel because it allows me to get out of my comfort zone and meet different cultures and people. There is nothing more rewarding and exhilarating!
I always start my day by swallowing vitamin C 1000, magnesium and 2 American coffees, and the last thing on my mind before going to bed is all the messages I haven't had no time to respond during my day with a lot of guilt.
I usually sleep in Brai pajamas or a babydoll depending on the season and the context ;-)
My plans for the future are in the South of France. A beautiful project still secret!
When I am alone at home I usually wear Brai pajamas or an Anoki bathrobe brought from India.
My guilty pleasure is Emily in Paris and also singing and screaming Johnny Halliday songs that I know ALL by heart!!
In general, I go to bed around midnight-1am and I wake up at 7:30am.
I never leave the house without makeup or cellphone!
In terms of looks at the moment, I love to wear a Monoki shirt with a kimono from the same brand. This is the brand created by my friend Diane and I love EVERYTHING. His creations make me see life in pink!
2022 was hard and tough and 2023 is going to be a real adventure!! Challenging on a job level (that's good, I love it!) and punctuated by lots of beautiful distant journeys.
I could never do without travel, sunshine, my friends and of course my son... All of this constitutes my balance and promotes my happiness.
For me, "comfort" is synonymous with pajamas, lined slippers (very glamorous!!) and silence...
I discovered Brai thanks to my friend Marie Faure from My Travel Dreams.
If I could be someone else for a day, I would be a GIGN man. Nothing fascinates me anymore.
To end this interview, my motto in life is Just do it ! It really works to repeat it to yourself.