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Julia Fox in Bathing Suit Celebrates 32nd Birthday

Here are a few ways she keeps herself healthy and happy. 

Happy Birthday, Julia Fox! The actress, artist, writer, new It Girl and galpal of Kanye West made her 32nd trip around the sun on Wednesday, sharing a bunch of birthday wishes from her friends. Many of the Instagram posts also celebrated her fabulous figure, and in a few, the curvy brunette flaunted her curves in a swimsuit. How does Fox approach health and wellness and what are a few of her favorite things? Read on to see 6 ways Julia Fox approaches health and happiness and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She Expresses Herself Through Creativity

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Creativity is Julia's Outlet. "I expressed my creativity through anything I picked up, even if it was a Lego. My father always recognized that in me, that I was an abstract thinker, and he always really pushed me to create things and write," she told The Coveteur


She Loves Orange Tic Tacs

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Julia revealed to New York Magazine that she keeps orange Tic Tacs on hand. "I always have a pack on me. I can buy the 200-pack at 7-Eleven and run through them in a day," she said. "It's kind of disgusting, but I love them. They're tangy, and they taste incredible."


This Is Her Guilty Pleasure

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Julia can't stay away from a certain sweet treat: Magnum Double-Caramel Ice-Cream Bars. "I'm obsessed," she confessed to New York Magazine. "It has a layer of chocolate and then a layer of caramel and then another layer of chocolate and then it's vanilla ice cream. It's so good. I could have like three at a time. I don't have one every day, but maybe once a week. Magnums are very popular in Italy and, growing up, I spent a lot of time there. I'm Italian. I just picked one up, and it's been a lifelong love affair ever since."


She Avoids Nightclubs

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Julia spent a lot of time in nightclubs as a teen, but after a near-fatal overdose at 17 she opted to close the door on that part of her life. "Growing up in New York, you start going out really young. I was 14 years old in clubs, you know? By the time I was 18, I was tired. It just got boring and repetitive. I already knew what the night would be like — it just wasn't fulfilling to me anymore. It was this really cheap thrill that I had become immune to," she told Paper. "I really never go out unless it's an event or I have to," she continued. "I do enjoy myself. Sometimes I really have to push myself to socialize because I can tend to be reclusive and do the isolation thing, but I do love interacting and meeting cool people. I just find that anyone I've ever met at a club never really stayed in my life or impacted me in any way. It's always been the people I met in the day."


She Is Not "Emotionally Invested" in Fame

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Julia keeps herself mentally in check by not allowing fame to get to her. "Yeah, I mean, people love to hate someone ris[ing] up—people love to knock you down. But I'm not that emotionally invested in it. I don't really care what happens," she told The Coveteur. 


She Loves Argentinian Food

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Julia revealed to The Coveteur that her favorite restaurant is an Argentinian place in New York called El Almacen. "It's incredible! I never go to Brooklyn, you can't pay me to, but I'll crave it in the middle of the night and just go. They have incredible corn empanadas—my mouth is watering just thinking about it," she said. 

Leah Groth
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