Annnnddd…we’re back with another fun episode of Tea With Jules! This time I am chatting with Comic, Film Maker, Neel Kolhatkar.
For anyone who has been to vivid in the past, you know it is an absolute must see. The city of Sydney literally lights up and comes alive with people coming to see the spectacular sights. Another must see part of vivid are the installations at Westfield, Pitt Street Mall.
The Little Black Dress has been a staple in most women’s wardrobes forever. It’s right for so many occasions. Whether it be work attire, a relaxed night out or something more fancy, the LBD has you covered. I’m loving the tassels and the lace details on this dress. It gives the dress another dimension. It turns a simple LBD into something more interesting.
You all know I’m a big believer in kindness. Being kind is simple and can make a huge difference in the lives of people around you. One of the reasons Guy and I started The Sebastian Foundation is because we are passionate about demonstrating kindness. We are especially passionate about creating a positive impact in the lives of families experiencing serious illness, domestic violence or those living in underprivileged situations.
Sarah Harris is like a breath of fresh air! I have had the pleasure of being a guest panelist on Studio 10 a few times and I can say that this girl is the real deal. She is as lovely off camera as she is on.
I love celebrating people who do great things in the world. And now, with thanks to NNT, I have the chance to spend some time with a special person who works in the healthcare field. For this very important person, they will receive a styling session followed by a yummy lunch with me! It’s really simple to enter, so keep reading to find out how. Anyone who dedicates their career to caring for others, qualifies as a person who does great things in the world and deserves a day shopping and lunching!
I find the beginning of Autumn to be the prettiest time of the year. Just before the leaves begin to fall they turn bright yellows, oranges and reds. The streets look bright and alive. It’s a feast for your eyes and your senses.
And then, over a couple of short weeks, the leaves fall and the trees are left bare. Although still beautiful, everything is different.
Jessica May is the founder and CEO of a hugely successful business called Enabled Employment, a labour hire company for people with a disability. Jessica herself suffers from dissociative anxiety (put up your hand if you didn’t know that anxiety was a disability!) after having been the victim of sexual abuse, and created the business when she didn’t get the support she needed from her employer.
At The Sebastian Foundation we are committed to helping families in need. We believe in the power of the family unit and are passionate about seeing the family bond strong and stable.
As some of you might know, Guy and I have two little boys. Hudson and Archer. They are the light of our lives and most precious to us. We are so lucky that they are healthy little humans and other than them being born, we have not had to visit a hospital with them. I am grateful on a daily basis for their health and can only imagine how life altering it would be for us as a family if one of them took seriously ill.