11 things to do at home to keep the vibes high

WE are living in strange days and unchartered waters, but we are all in this together, please remember you are not alone, it is important to be resilient and to keep the vibes high.

Here are ten little things to help keep your vibe high all super simple but sometimes if good to have a reminder…

Eat well cook check out recipes in books and online, perfect a new signature dish
Make something get creative, draw paint, sew or more
Finish incomplete tasks
Move things around your home think art, objects and furniture it gives your space a fresh feel and new energy.
listen to a great podcast
Read a great book or even one thats heavier on the pictures
Do all those things you don’t have time for normally
phone a friend of video chat (why haven’t I done this before!)
Upskill Learn new things I am using Mailchimp Canva dropbox link tree like a pro now (well almost) If I can you can too!
Fresh deliveries support local search for local fresh food deliveries
Pets make the most of time at home with your pets
Play fun music have a dance and treat yourself to an end of the day cocktail(just one)

thanks take care out there/stay in Jason

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mentoring by mr Jason Grant

Hello friends 

I love constantly evolving 

We are all in this together and whilst I’m lucky that many aspects of my business as a stylist, designer and creative consultant are able to be done remotely which just quietly I rather like I have decided to add some additional new services and will take on a few new special clients in a new an exciting way.

I’m offering one on one “mentoring” via phone or video chat (down the track face to face too) which ever you prefer – so if need an expert opinion on your home project, renovation, decoration project or a business consultant to your brand or help telling your visual story with content and writing or even if you need tips on upping your Instagram game for your business 

Email me directly hello@mrjasongrant.com for my availability and to find out more hoping I can give you the tools to live your best creative life too @liveyourbestcreativelife (more on this in the coming weeks)

Get in touch I’m offering special packages to a limited number of clients 

Note the first person to book will receive their first mentoring session for free *

Live your best creative life was initially something I was going to launch in conjunction with my new look website but in light of recent events I have decided to start this now. Instead of just being a mentoring session (group or one on one) in my studio I have decided to launch this as a remote “anywhere” service offering phone or video chat mentoring.

Friday cocktail

Happy Friday – you deserve it!

South side spritz is easy as its like a Mojito but with gin!

Brookies Gin (my favourite) + Mint + Lime and soda

who said summer has to be over!

always drinks responsibly

heavily meditated

Get high on life with my friend Caitlin Cady’s brand new book “heavily meditated” your down-to-earth guide too learning meditation and more, available from all good book stores.

click here to see more

palm trees

My Bismarckia nobilis back on high rotation one of my favourite “objects” at home.

green doors

Colour stories…

doors painted “rowboat” green from my collection with Murobond Paints

Bag Remote Projects

Cup Huskee

negroni with a twist

a classic negroni with a twist thanks to Brookie’s Gin

for the recipe click here

Photo and styling Jason Grant


fine dining

eclectic dining set up at home.

Christmas table Country Road style

Im so trilled ton share these images I created for this Christmas… simple, natural, creative and distinctly my style.

“When decorating my home for Christmas I always like to stay true to my own style. Living in Byron Bay, I am a nature lover and inspired by both the Australian bush and ocean. My style for decorating and entertaining is relaxed and laid-back but always creative. The colour palette includes neutrals, deep greens and metallic gold accents. Banksia are my favourite native flower and perfect for an Australian Christmas. They look great on the table, in a vase or decorating a wreath. I love to mix old with new, I’m a collector but more and more it’s about the edit, often not adding but subtracting.”

“I like the table to be relaxed and not over styled. I start with a table cloth and smart napery then layer different pieces for interest. In this case I’ve opted for gold cutlery for a festive feel and used native foliage as a centrepiece. I love to make each place setting unique by mixing decorations with natural elements such as leaves and flowers.”

Take a look at my Christmas table I created for Country Road on their Live with us Journal

Read my tips here

Photography and styling Jason Grant 

Anya Brock – Art insitu

Buying Art is often tricky, my best advise is to buy what you love trust your instincts ooh and always choose the bigger option (often)  I know what also helps you its seeing it insitu so you can visulaize it in your space.

Here is some recent styling work and behind the scenes for Artist Anya Brock  (I love her work)

Photography Jacqui Turk

Furniture and location Project 82