Posts Tagged ‘tea with jules’

Tea with Jules with Julie Stevanja

When I first met Julie Stevanja a few years ago, I was struck by her calm nature and her incredible intelligence. This softly spoken girlboss has seen the rise of activewear through her shopping website Stylerunner. She started the business with a want and need to have fashionable gym clothes, and has not looked back since.

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Tea with Jules with Samantha Wills

Samantha Wills is one of the nicest people I have had the pleasure of meeting. The first time I met her I was asked to style her for the cover of The Collective magazine. I was already a wreck with nerves come the day of shooting, but Samantha made the day so easy with her down to earth nature and cool, casual approach. Not to mention, the girl looks good in ANYTHING!

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Tea with Jules with Amna Karra-Hassan

Amna  

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.

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Tea with Jules with FRIENDS!!

Friends

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.

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Tea with Jules with Sarah Harris

Sarah Harris

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.

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Tea with Jules with Jessica May

Jessica May  

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.

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