I have always followed my curiosity. I was never the little girl who was born knowing without a doubt what she wanted to do when she grew up. I was into a lot of different things when I was at school. I loved sport, music and reading. None of those things I particularly excelled at and none of them where interests in which I thought would become my career. I simply liked and tried things. This has become the story of my whole life! Like it, try it. Read More
Tracy Bevan from the McGrath Foundation is an absolute delight. I had the pleasure of sitting down with her for this episode of Tea with Jules, and I was blown away be her honesty and passion.
Tracy speaks openly about her struggles with motherhood when her two daughters were younger, the breakdown of her marriage to former Australian Cricket player, Michael Bevan and the promise she made to her now passed, best friend, Jane McGrath.
You will laugh, cry and be moved by this interview. One not to be missed.
I’ve always been one for a morning and evening beauty routine. I’ve said time and time again that the one thing I have never let slide since becoming a mother is time for ‘getting ready’ in the morning. I have always found a way – even if that means piling the kids into the bathroom for a sometimes ‘colourful’ half an hour, I have stuck to my guns and never missed a morning. To me, it’s important to start my day feeling good, and, showering, moisturising, doing my hair and putting on my face, is the best start to a productive day. I know it sounds so simple, but it’s one of those things that boosts my happiness! Body moisturising is one thing I will never go without. It’s a step in my routine that I know my skin thanks me for – here’s why I’m doing it and you should too! Read More
I’m back at it with my concrete and wood combo, but I just can’t get enough! This lovely house is pretty much heaven in 4 walls. I love it’s grand structure and delicate finishings. It’s the perfect mix of simple, minimal and strong.
In this episode of Tea with Jules, I sit down with beautiful fashion and beauty blogger Sara Donaldson from harperandharley.com . I am personally guilty of scrolling through her blog to find fashion inspiration from her pallet of black, white, grey (and the occasional neutral, khaki or navy for good measure!). If it’s beautiful images, amazing fashion and great ideas you are after – Sara is your girl.
We chat about Sara’s journey to becoming one of the world’s most influential bloggers and how she holds her own as a woman in business.
Sara is sweet, funny and super stylish. You’ll love her story and how she tells it!
I’ve always loved suits. Blazers are kinda my thing. I love how they bring structure and shape to a whole outfit and it’s a simple way to dress up a more casual look. Put it together with a pair of suit pants, and it’s instant classic goodness.
Here’s why I love them so. Read More
With winter looming, it’s a good time to start thinking of ways we can update our wardrobe and inject some winter warmth into what we already own. It’s all about choosing new pieces that will work with what we already have, rather than buying whole new looks head to toe. Adding one current winter trend to our look is an easy way to refresh, edit and prepare for the cooler months.
Here’s the good news, thanks to Vicinity Centres we can shop some of winter’s finest fashion all under one roof. I’ve made an edit of some essentials for the cooler season which you can purchase in store now, visit vicinty.com.au to find your nearest centre. Happy shopping!
In this episode of Tea with Jules I chat with Conchita Wurst, drag artist and the 2014 winner or Eurovision. I first met Conchita when I had the pleasure of attending Eurovision in 2015. I instantly fell in love with her when she asked how my babies were and complimented me on my dress! This, coming from someone standing before me in a couture gown with the most perfect lashes I have ever seen.
Conchita opens up to me about growing up gay, her childhood in Australia and her love of performing. Her message is one of positivity and accepting yourself and others for just who they are. She is a whole lot of fun and a beautiful spirit.
Mum’s are pretty special. And this weekend is all about them. If you are lucky enough to be a mum and to have yours close by, let’s celebrate the wonderful honour of motherhood.
Here are some gift ideas for the most special lady there is.