She’s found success in her multimillion-dollar business empire and her career as a journalist, but for Sarah Wilson, there's one part of her life that's proved to be challenging – finding a soul mate.
“Solitude is something I enjoy. Some people would argue I have too much of it,” the I Quit Sugar founder told Whimn.
“The process of commitment and true compromise of being in a relationship — that is my final frontier, it’s a big one.”
In the author's newest book — First, We Make The Beast Beautiful — she discusses anxiety and reveals it make encouraged her to be honest with herself about her own struggles with mental health.
“I convinced myself — and everybody around me — that it’s all good, (but) writing the book held a mirror up to things. I had to face up to my illness,” she said.
However, the 43-year-old former Sydney Sider now resides in Airbnb accommodation and pops her most prized positions in a few suitcases as she travels around Europe.
“Some people give up. I think life is sacred. Fire the f ... up. Don’t let life slip by and be a passenger,” she said.
This article originally appeared on WHO.
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