I’m Juliana, and welcome to As Told By Jules! I started this digital nook as my creative outlet, after years of wanting to do so. I absolutely love working on my blog, and I hope you love reading it!
You’ll get to know me more by reading this blog, but here are a few facts to start us out:
- I got married in September of 2017, and planning my wedding was one of my favorite things I’ve done!
- My husband, Levi, and I have two dogs; a Red Heeler named Lola, and a Jack Russell named Sampson. They are absolutely our children (until we decide to have human ones)
- I love to travel and have been to over 15 countries, but I will always love a trip to Disneyland! And on that note, I could talk about Disneyland all day.
- I work as a Production Planner for Nordstrom Corporate in downtown Seattle
- I have attended three different colleges: Portland State University, FIDM in San Francisco, and the University of Washington, where I earned my Bachelor’s degree in communications
- When I was 22, I moved to France to be a nanny for a French family. Levi, who had been my boyfriend for ten months at that point, moved in with a different family as a tutor a town away to be with me. That’s when I knew I would marry him!
- I love chain restaurants! My friends make fun of me for this and challenge my foodie sophistication, but I’ll never say no to Olive Garden or the Spaghetti Factory!
- I grew up dancing ballet, and I miss it every day! It’s a goal of mine to get back into it, even if it means solo sessions in my living room!
- I love to read, especially psychological thrillers. I recently picked up a stack in a used bookstore and I can’t wait to get through them all (posts on those once they’re read!) This also bleeds over into my love of true crime podcasts.
I would love to hear from you and get to know you as well! At any time you have a question, comment, suggestion, or just wanna say hey, don’t hesitate to reach out. I hope you’ll keep coming back to enjoy what I create for all of you, and I hope you find inspiration to share your own creativity.