What's Your Non-Negotiable (Paris Video Inside!)?


Hi Darling

You may have noticed by my pictures that a few months ago I was strolling the streets of Paris. You can find some of my favorites from my trip on InstagramToday, I just wanted to share a little bit about my time in Paris and how I got there. 

As you may know, I've been working as the Head of Creative for I Heart My Life. It's a position I adore as it has allowed me to learn so much about coaching, the industry, and running a successful business. Plus, It's been such a blast to support Success Coach, Emily Williams!


Emily was headed to Paris at the end of her amazing I Heart Coaching program to host extraordinary women from around the world for a live event at Le Maurice. My crazy talented sister-in-law, Amanda Julca, was headed there as well to photograph her event. 

I just knew I had to be there!

This was a non-negotiable for me. Whether I was headed there for work or just to spend time with Amanda, I decided to be in Paris. 

As it turned out, Emily needed my support so I flew out for the event and stayed a few extra days to hang out with Amanda. 

I've known Amanda since I was 6 years old, to me, she truly is my sister. We've gone through a lot. So to be in Paris together, w
e just couldn't believe it wasactually happening!!

I've got to say, this trip holds some of my most treasured memories with her.

As I spent the week strolling through Paris while listening to Spanish music, meeting ambitious entrepreneurs at the I Heart Coaching event, watching my sister-in-law be a phenomenal photographer and meeting up with one of my dearest friends in this gorgeous city...all I could be was grateful.

None of this would have ever happened if I'd hadn't been bold enough to chase my dreams.

On my last morning in Paris, after squeezing Amanda tightly and saying my goodbyes, my friend Iga (Coach at La Boutique du Succes) and I walked across the street from my hotel so I could have one last look at the Eiffel Tower. I hadn't seen Iga in months and couldn't wait to spend a few hours with her before catching a taxi to the airport. 

We took a few pictures at the Eiffel Tower, bought some scrumptious macaroons from LadureΓ©,
 caught the metro to the Louvre, shot a video at Colonnes de Buren
, and got some coffee at a very Parisian cafe. 

You can watch my video by clicking below!

My heart was full and, again, I felt so grateful. 

When I first moved to England, going to Paris seemed like a dream. My husband and I were so broke that my in-laws had to buy us groceries for almost a full year. Going to Paris twice in 6 months seem absolutely impossible.

But guess what, What our mind makes us believe as impossible is usually very possible.

I no longer have to worry if we'll have enough for groceries but instead get to travel frequently as I work from my laptop. A total dream come true!

What dreams do you have hidden away in your heart? Is it seeing the Eiffel Tower with your own eyes, starting a family with the love of your life, or maybe you've been dreaming of starting a seriously successful business?

Whatever it is, make it a non-negotiable in your life.

To possible dreams, 

Beth xo

P.S. Have you been dreaming of starting an online business?! More details about my new Private Coaching program is coming to your inbox soon!