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Welcome to my first newsletter! 

I'd like to start off by saying a huge THANK YOU for signing up and being part of this new adventure. The great ideas and suggestions you've been emailing me have been wonderful and very much appreciated. 

This month, I'm sharing an exclusive vegetarian recipe that I'm crazy about, as well as a very special Ask Jules question that I really connected with. I also wanted to share one of my favorite spring beauty trends and talk about motivation! 

I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed putting it together. Don't forget to let me know what you think! 


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Hi Jules,

My name is Haley. I'm in 8th grade, and my problem is that I don't know how to break out of my shell. At school I'm the quiet type. I don't really know how to be more confident in myself when I talk to others. Like, sometimes I can, then there are times where I'll just stand there and listen to everyone instead.

When I'm at home I'm more confident. It's weird because I make youtube videos and everyone says that I'm more outgoing in those than at school, but I just don't know how to be myself around other people because I'm scared that I'll just make a fool of myself or say the wrong thing. Can you help me?



I have many friends who are more comfortable being quiet and observant in person than they are on television or stage. It’s just part of their personality and what makes them who they are! If it’s something you wish to change about yourself then it’s something you can work on, but if you’re comfortable there, why change?

As far as being afraid to make a fool of yourself, well that’s just silly! We all goof up. We are only human! Ask yourself, what’s the worst thing that can come from saying the wrong thing or doing something embarrassing? Maybe someone laughs... so laugh with them! It's really no big deal. You move onward and upward.

Don’t let fear prevent you from shining as bright as I know you can!

If you’re not used to it, just the thought of working out or meal planning can be exhausting. What has helped me get up and at it when I wasn’t feeling particularly motivated was planning ahead, anticipating my needs, and staying organized.
The latest lipstick look calls for a rich hue in velvety matte. The colors-du-jour are variations of coral, tomato red, and shocking pink — however, if you’re not into bold lips there are more muted shades in a matte texture that are just as stunning.
Chanel's Hydrating Cream Compact with SPF 15 has long been one of my makeup essentials. It's perfect for getting ready in the morning, but I always have it in my bag with me for touch ups throughout the day! 

April Fools your taste buds with this delicious dish! This alternative to steak and potatoes is high in protein and fiber instead of cholesterol and fat. You’ll be amazed at how close to the real thing they’ll taste. The 'shrooms come out juicy and flavorful.

The mashed cauliflower recipe I shared with you guys a few months ago is the perfect complement to this main dish. Plus, the whole thing is ready in just twenty minutes!

Ingredients: (serves two)
• 2 Portabella mushroom caps (trim the stem as close to the cap as possible)
• 2 tbsp Olive Oil
• 1 tsp Salt
• 1.5 tsp Pepper
• 1 sprig Rosemary
• Steak Sauce

1. Lightly coat the mushrooms with olive oil
2. Add salt and pepper to taste
3. Cook the caps as you would a steak until tender (about 15-20 minutes) on an outside or inside grill. The George Forman Grill works, too!
4. Garnish with rosemary (optional)
5. Drizzle steak sauce (optional)

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