4. What are your biggest challenges to living rurally, if any?
"I don't 'struggle' living rurally at all, I never think life would be easier if I lived metro, although full disclosure we don't live too far from a major city. I went to boarding school in Perth and lived there while I went to uni, it is great having things so easily accessible - doctors, uni, shopping centres, cinemas, water parks etc etc, but I still don't miss it at all. I think the biggest pain is food shopping to be honest! If you forget something it takes a lot longer to go back to get it!"
5. What is your proudest accomplishment?
"Besides becoming a mum, I would honestly have to say taking the jump into the fitness industry. I have always really enjoyed exercising and being active, but taking the leap to get qualified and offer something new to my community and abroad has been so much fun and so fulfilling and I haven't even been doing it that long! Knowing I am helping people reach their goals and lead healthier, happier lives is something I am really proud of."
6. What's your favourite way to spend time with your family?
"We often do croppies together which is really nice. Driving around checking the crops together, but it's some slow, tech free time we get to hang out and chat and it always blows my mind how lucky we are to live where we do."
7. What is your best habit?
"Ooh another tricky one. I think my best habit is prioritising myself when I need to. I am lucky to have a great support system around me that makes this easier, but I do think it is something that takes effort and practise too. If I get really busy, or start to feel overwhelmed I know it is okay to take a step back and do something for me whether that is putting exercise at the top of the priorities or even being okay with putting my feet up and relaxing for a little bit."