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. Read More
Do you know an everyday hero? Someone who, out of the kindness of their heart just wants to make someone else’s life better? I want to know who they are too so I can shine a light on their goodness. Write to me in the comments below or email firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what they are doing in their community.
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 came across Teff Tribe when I was invited to a dinner to launch the product. I attended, ate myself into oblivion, discovered an awesome new healthy substitute to rice (can I get an amen?) and met the people behind the brand whose ethos is small things matter. That every little bit we do help someone else, matters. Needless to say, they had me at hello. Read More
Welcome to the ‘Giving Back’ section of my blog, it’s a destination for me to shine a light on the brands, business and individuals who are doing their part to give back to others. No matter how big or small, it all counts. Every last piece of generosity will count for some change.
Christmas is almost here, and we all know and love the feeling of giving and receiving gifts. But what if you could give a gift that also gives back?