I feel like lunchbox packing should be added to every parents resume. It takes some serious skill to get that box to come home empty every. single. day. Believe me, I am not a master of the lunchbox quite yet, I’m early days. Hudson has only started Kindy this year, so I have years of refining ahead of me. Like, years.
When you first meet Angela Bishop, you are struck by her warmth and wicked sense of humour. She is real, fun and oh so good at what she does. As a veteran of Channel 10 television, Angela is their Entertainment Reporter, interviewing the most famous humans on the planet.
In this episode of Tea with Jules, Tammin Sursok joins me for a cuppa in this brand new format!
In this blog post I thought I would take you through a day in the life of preparing and filming for episodes of Tea with Jules. They are honestly some of the most enjoyable days and I always come away feeling inspired by peoples stories. But, along with the fun of filming comes a lot of hard work! There are hours of time that go into bringing the show to life each fortnight, and to make filming day easy breezy. Here’s how..
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.
To start over. To follow your dreams. To make it right. To change your life.
It’s never too late to be what you might have been.
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!