That Rachael Finch, she’s so unoriginal.
The model, author, mum, TV presenter and health coach is sitting across from me in a black, padded room, and she’s telling me something I’ve heard many, many times before.
It’s not that she starts her day with a glass of warm water and a teaspoon of granulated bee-pollen.
Nope, no-one’s ever told me that before.
It’s not that she and her husband Michael Miziner do not have a nanny and are keeping daughter Violet out of child care until she goes to school, either. I don’t hear that much.
And it’s not that she’s learned to live with the bile from the snipers who, earlier this year, decided she’s a terrible parent because her mother-in-law has Violet for sleep-overs most weekends – that’s something not everyone has to deal with.
You can listen to Rachael talk about that, here:
Nope, the part that is all too familiar to me, as someone who talks to fabulously successful and busy women every week, is the part where she tells me she meditates.
Because they all do.
If I’ve learned one thing from the women who have sat in the seat where Rachael is sitting right now, glowing and pregnant and exuding positive energy, it’s that they all take a little bit of time every day to do absolutely nothing.