DRIVE: Janice Lee, Communications Maven

About Janice Lee:

Janice is TripAdvisor's communications director for the Asia Pacific region. She writes and mountain bikes. She is a mother of two lovely girls and her idea of a great trip would involve family, food and adventure. 

On Ambition:

As a child, I don't think I knew what I wanted to be when I grew up. I spent a lot of time writing stories on little notepads and drawing. Content and storytelling are what I do as a communicator every day now so I suppose I'm not that far off the mark! 

I'd like to write a book one day so it'd be great to be known as an author when that day comes. Much work to be done to get there!

The Rachel Camisole in Ivory and the Gemma Skirt in Grey

 

On Work Life:

I make a list of things I have to get done, prioritising three big things I'd like to have accomplished daily.

As a working mum, the daily 'to-do' list is just too long so the 'big three' is incredibly important.

I also find that I am way more efficient when I meditate for 10 minutes a day.

 

The Molly Pullover in Cream and the Tania Pleated Shorts in Pink on Sunday Bedding Sheets

 

On Life's Purpose:

There's never enough time for everything so being as smart as you can be with your time can make all the difference!

On Managing Energy:

A bit of movement and mindfulness always energises me, as well as time spent with people I love.

Negativity and gaslighters (I've only just learnt what this means recently) completely drain me. 

On Your Personal Style:

I have a black cami that I've worn forever for different occasions.
I love dressing up or dressing down with one item and am a complete fan of the capsule wardrobe concept.

Body Armour Item

A black one-piece jumpsuit with heels. :)

 

A piece of fashion advice for your 22-year-old self...

Listen to your mother, your eyebrows are fine the way they are.

 

Favourite Quote of All Time

Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain.

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