Fabulocity is the most powerful f-word in the English language.
It is the dominion of the Fabulous, the Intrepid and the Free.
And despite it being available to everyone, it remains inaccessible to most because very few people have the audacity or imagination to go anywhere close to playing in the immensity and awesomeness of the every day fabulous life they could create.
In fact, it’s perfectly understandable that most of the time, we endure our perfectly acceptable but mostly unremarkable lives because stepping into the most fabulous version of ourselves, and our lives, requires both ardor and phlegm, a strong sense of intrepidity but also surrender.
It requires us to play bigger, stand out and come alive -and most of us couldn’t be asked! Most of us are not used to having high expectations.
We live in a way that is palatable to others, adapting our behaviours to suit the herd.
Nobody teaches us how to set the world on fire! It’s hard to find role models in our sphere of influence who are going for it, and having a blast at the same time. Fabulous isn’t in the vocabulary of 99 percent of people.
So if you were in a divine little cafe in Paris, and you saw someone walk in who you thought was fabulous, how would you imagine this person looked and lived?Of if you pictured yourself to be fabulous, what would that picture look like?
To me, Fabulous people have an aura of loving and enjoying everything.
Fabulous people wear amazing clothes that make them look and feel incredible. And looking fabulous has nothing to do with colour rules, beauty, youth or perfection. Fabulous people greet others as long-lost friends, with a big bear hug, eye contact or some kind of warm connection, and they get up when you walk into the room.
Fabulous people celebrate a lot, the little things and the big things. Birthdays, endings, beginnings, friends, changes.
They use their best stuff every day, rather than waiting for a perfect occasion. Today is always the perfect occasion.
They buy things, gifts, experiences, investments, fun for themselves, things that light them up, at the drop of a hat, unapologetically.
Fabulous people live with lightness and curiosity, turning fear into excitement, and often create discomfort zones to step into.
Their focus on the past is limited to understanding that everything that’s happened was a stepping stone to creating the incredible person they are today.
Fabulous people see their limitations and flaws as delightful points of difference - personality traits that make them unique.
Fabulous people are constantly innovating, reinventing and producing, to the delight of themselves, and others.
They take their fears, challenges and problems with them, recognising that there is never a more prefect time to do, say, experience, create than now.
Anyone who adopts Fabulous as a life philosophy automatically sets themselves up to raise their standards of enjoyment and reinvent themselves in a very delicious way.