Hey Rebel Hearts Rebel Girls, meet Esther who has launched a fresh new stationary brand designed to help us journey and journal with Jesus. We’ve taken a peek via @sheisfound and it looks amazing.

So Esther tell us about your style?

“I’m a monochrome girl. I love to wear black, white and nude tones. As a mum with a toddler, I need a uniform and wardrobe staples that I can throw together quickly. Every item means I can mix and match with ease. By day I wear t-shirts and jeans and for work and going out a pair of heels and culottes are always a winner.”

What are you doing right now?

“I am super passionate about supporting women, celebrating their enoughness and encouraging a God-centered lifestyle. So, I’ve designed a stationery range called ‘Her Collection’ to root women in their faith. It’s a fresh modern take on faith-based journals, workbooks and desk-top tools. The Collection launches for pre-order via Kickstarter today (4 September) ready for your desk in 2020. I am so excited to share it as designed to be practical, beautiful and overflowing with the Message of God. I want to be the gentle reminder that you can live in the riches God has given you, with the knowledge that you are whom He says you are.”

What worship song do you have on repeat?

“While I’m working, I listen to Hillsong United Good Grace, what an anthem with some hard-hitting truths. For something fun my son and I dance to Hillsong Y&F Every Little Thing, Tate loves jumping on my bed, and we have a proper jam.

Is there something you have learnt that you would like to have told your younger self?

“I spent my twenties in a blur of trying to be more, get more and compare myself, mainly professionally. Life can take some twists and turns. I would have told myself to relax and be kind to myself, to live in the present and pursue a life of joy. I still struggle with that now, to be honest. Life is not a rat race; I repeat life is not a rat race! Especially when God is involved, my life is in His hands if I choose to let control go.”

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