Name: Samantha de Clarke
Education: High school, College, short-courses for various “stuff”
Job: a little bit of this and a little bit of that because I cannot decide what I want to do but I want to do what I love in the creative or lifestyle world
Income: € 1.500 Nett (ZAR 12.000 nett)
Car: An Audi or VW or SEAT
Family: with a partner, 2 kids, dog and cat
Favourite reads: Non-fiction books where I can escape the realities of my every-day for example: The hundred-year-old-man-who-climbed-out-of-the-window-and-disappeared or Narnia or 50 Shades of Grey, and she likes to reads, interest-related topical books and magazines e.g. Living & Home, Happinez, Entrepreneur, Healthy Living
Favourite Websites: Anything that is related to my talents and interests e.g. The Food Babe or Etsy or Behance
Favourite movies: Under the Tuscan sun, Last Vegas, Ziemlich Beste Freunde, Saving Mr Banks, Eat-Pray-Love and so forth (feel-good-movies) as well as interesting documentaries
Social Media: Facebook – although I’m not very professional at it in my business
Dreams about: not having to work so hard, earning a good living, feeling good about myself and feeling “enough”. Being successful. Working “with” money and not “against” it. The “good old days”. Laughing. Enjoying her children more. Taking long walks and breathing fresh air. Facing her fears. Did I say laughing?
Keeps awake at night because: she feels she’s not doing enough in her household, in her relationship, for her children, for her friends, for her purpose in life and making ends meet. Because she has so much to do but so little time. Her thoughts are running around in circles and making her stomach churn because sometimes she cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel. There’s just too much clutter.
Is afraid to lose: herself. If she loses this she loses everything else around her that is dear to her: her partner, her children, her family and friends, her mind and health.
How does she make decisions: with her intuition. Weighing the pro’s and con’s. Taking risks and seeing what comes of her decision. Maybe it’s wrong but just maybe it’s also right.
Who does she trust and ask for advice? Her parents, close friends and family and her partner and her children. Or she just keeps her eyes and ears open for “signs”. The Universe or God will give her some direction.
What’s important in life? Fulfilling your purpose in life. Finding the reason why you are here on earth now. Feeling “enough”. Living in the moment. Being grateful. Feeling loved. Being loved. Laughing. Letting go. My health. My social standing and education – learning continuously. Learning to dance in the rain.