In this episode of Tea with Jules, Tammin Sursok joins me for a cuppa in this brand new format!
Meet Amna Karra-Hassan. She is woman on a mission. With a heart of gold and fierce spirit, Amna has a passion to see girls and women have a voice to speak about positive change for the inclusion of girls and women in sport.
I could actually sit and talk to Naomi Simson all. day. long. She is an absolute hoot and a fountain of knowledge and wisdom. Naomi is not just a business woman who dominates the online space (erhm.. 2 million followers on LinkedIn), she is a newly wed, a mother and a television star – anyone watching Shark Tank?!. Phew!
This is a very special episode of Tea with Jules, because I get to share a cuppa with my girlfriends! This is a first ever on TWJ and to say I’m excited is an understatement. I love my friends my favourite thing to do is sit down for a cup of tea with them to have a catch up and a chat.
Annnnddd…we’re back with another fun episode of Tea With Jules! This time I am chatting with Comic, Film Maker, Neel Kolhatkar.
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.
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.
The reason I started Tea with Jules was to share the stories of my guests in hopes of inspiring you to live your very best life. To me, we are all the same. Regardless of position or status, we are all humans on the planet doing our best to have a happy life.
The guests who come to share a tea with me, have a similar thread to their story. They have had to endure some pretty tough life moments to come through to the other side to find confidence and joy. The road is very rarely easy, even for the most beautiful, smart and noted people. Everyone has a story. The ups and downs is what makes a person who they are. Its a beautiful disaster and I love it!
Ok, confession…I’ve been married for almost 9 years (in May!), I dated my husband for 8 years before we got married and knew him for 6 years before we dated. Phew! When you put it in writing, that’s a really long time! So, the concept for a TV show where people tie the knot upon meeting for the very first time, was a lot for me to get my head around! I couldn’t believe people were doing it, but alas, once I started watching Married at First Sight, I was hooked!