As you can probably tell I LOVE Social Media!

I love documenting all of the successes we have at glamjulz and I love sharing them with you.

I also adore platforms like Snapchat and My Story on Instagram because I think it’s interesting to give you glimpses of what happens behind the scenes as well.

My strategy with social media has always been to make you feel good!  I want you to look at our posts and get energized, know that you are unstoppable and you can create a world that is fulfilling and joyful.

Sometimes I worry about (more…)

Reflecting on what Matters . . .


This weekend I took some “me” time.

I wanted to reflect on my business, my goals and what makes this whole experience so magical.

My recent interactions with people have been more than just rewarding.  I’m getting feedback that I have craved, dreamed of and hoped for since I started my business over 20 years ago.

The whole reason I started this biz was to change women’s lives.  glamjulz was born from a (more…)

Proud to be Canadian, eh?

What a strange world it would have been growing up if my friends hadn’t come from all over the Globe.  I never would have known how delicious tea with milk and clotted cream was, or learned how to dance to Raggae music, or what it meant to be born in the year of the Rooster.

I’ve always loved the diversity.  Most of my friends were born here but their parents were immigrants.  Even though we came from different places it’s funny how (more…)

From 14 to 47 . . .

This was an exciting week indeed.  In my last blog I talked about making sure we release that little girl inside to show the world our authentic selves.

From Monday through Friday I flipped back and forth from adult to kid like nobody’s business!

Monday morning started bright and early, I was up with the sun and off with (more…)

Bustin’ a Move for Boobz

Remember when you were a kid and you would say, “When I get older I am going to do this!  When I have money I’m buying this, my life is going to be so awesome and look like this!” ?

Those dreams were BIG and they meant something!  I had lots of them.  In my 20’s I went for some of them but had insecurities that stopped me.  In my 30’s I tried again but also had it in my head that I needed to “grow up” and act responsibly, buy a house, get married, move my way up the corporate ladder.

Then came the 40’s!  Lots of life stuff happened, beautiful things and tragic things (more…)

Shop Local Saturday!

“Collaboration” . . .

Yup, that’s the buzzzzzz word out there these days.  Collaborate with others and grow your reach. Gain more followers.

Hmmmmm . . .

Sounds great but how do we do this?  (more…)

The Original Wonder Women

Have you ever had a magical day?  Not just a day where everything is going your way but a day that feels like a dream?  Maybe a re-occurring dream that finally forms into reality.

That’s what Friday was for me.  I’m still in a wonderful, blissful state (more…)

We Party, We Sparkle & We Help our Sisters. . .

In high school I was the queen of the basement parties!  I loved everything about bringing my friends together for an evening of great music, laughs and discussions about what we would do with our lives when we were old enough to move out of our parent’s house.

Every detail was so important, the invitations, the music selection, how the furniture would be set up in the basement and what would be hung (more…)

Feelin’ Outshined . . .

Our house is filled with the music of Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, Audioslave and Chris Cornell.  To say that my husband and I have always been huge fans would be an understatement.

I was lucky enough to see Soundgarden at Varsity Stadium the year before I met Wayne, I wish we’d gone together.  Chris Cornell’s voice gives me goosebumps as I listen and reflect on a time when I really needed his music.

I was 25 years old, I had ended a 2 and a half year relationship with the “wrong guy” (more…)