PEOPLE: MADISON WILDAY
Name: Madison Wilday
Occupation/Business/Creative Outlet: Sales Assistant / studying Social Psychology
Favourite Number: 11:11
First thing you did this morning? Woke up slowly next to Shauna, and made myself a black coffee.
What does 'wellness' mean to you? Being kind to yourself. Taking time out to relax and do the things you want to do, to recharge your mind and body.
Products found in your shower/by your bath? Le Labo’s Savon Mains hand soap, wooden toothbrush, clay mask.
Three things that can always be found in your kitchen cupboard? Pasta, mixture of fruits, coffee/tea.
Favourite kitchen utensil? Fork, to eat my pasta with.
Favourite Travel destination? Since moving from Tasmania to Melbourne, I have gained a greater appreciation for Tasmania, for its landscape and serenity, and to see my family as I don’t see them often.
Currently reading? Brene Brown “Gifts of Imperfection”, and lots of research articles.
Favourite breakfast food? It changes all the time, as my breakfast habits are inconsistent. When I do have breakfast.. It most likely consists of either, avocado and feta on toast, a smoothie, or muesli.
Three items in your makeup bag? Wake me up concealer, pawpaw, mascara.
An album/mix that calms your nervous system? I am really into any sort of jazz music lately, when I wake up, studying, or winding down for the night. It’s perfect for any setting.
An album/mix that hypes you up? Tornado Wallace, today.
Most commonly used apps on your phone? Instagram, Google docs, podcasts.
Favourite form of movement/exercise? I do love to run. Although, a simple walk and taking deep breaths can be as beneficial.
One thing you'd like to incorporate into your day/week that you're currently yet to? Picking up, and playing my guitar.
Nighttime rituals? Finish a glass of red wine, jump into the shower, and intertwine with Shauna with music on in the background.
I feel most creatively fulfilled when… When I have conversations with others, and walk away feeling incredibly inspired and motivated.
I'm currently working on… A critical essay about how traumatic experiences can contribute to fallible memory.
This time last year, I wish I knew… That the unknown is okay. As it allows for more exploration and growth.
I'm grateful for… My beautiful partner Shauna, for her patience and kindness. I am incredibly grateful for my family who I love dearly.