An Interview with KATIE BRENNAN

An Interview with KATIE BRENNAN

Playing footy in the AFL is a dream that so many people have, and only a selected few are able to do. This was the dream for Katie Brennan, who thought that women would never be able to play in such a well-known league. Yet, here I am introducing her to my blog today as [...]

The Big, Big Bang Theory

The Big, Big Bang Theory

Our whole universe was in a hot dense state, then nearly 14 billion years ago expansion started wait… That’s the wrong Big Bang Theory… I’m talking about the Big, Big Bang Theory. It goes something like this: The easiest thing to ever do is eat 24 chicken nuggets rely on other people to make you [...]

The Wonders of Willow & Wolf

The Wonders of Willow & Wolf

Life isn't perfect, but your outfit can be. Especially if you pay a visit to the girls at Willow & Wolf. Originally in Burnie and now in Launceston, the boutique store has just had a revamp and the clothes continue to take your breath away, as they always do. Even my jumbled dictionary of words cannot [...]

The Day I Found Passion

The Day I Found Passion

I was constantly annoyed at myself for not loving something. People have hobbies and interests – things they are passionate about. We all need to be passionate about something to enjoy ourselves (that's what I hear anyway). Like at school, when you choose your classes – everyone tells you to pick the hardest classes to [...]

The Time My Mum’s Plane Was Hijacked

The Time My Mum’s Plane Was Hijacked

Christiana, Denmark, 1980 Christiana is a commune in Copenhagen, Europe - much like a gated community, of sorts. It's a gathering of people living together that share common interests like income, work, properties and possessions. Christiana's current population is 850. In the year 1980, it was 852. Mum left her family and friends behind in [...]

An Interview with AMY JEAN

An Interview with AMY JEAN

Aussie girl Amy Jean is an internationally recognised eyebrow Goddess. From NSW to the big bad world, Amy is mostly known for her services as a cosmetic tattoo artist. This includes eyebrows, lips - you name it - she also offers eyelash lifts and extensions. Working in the make-up and beauty industry, the work of [...]

An Interview with KAYLA GREGG

An Interview with KAYLA GREGG

There are so many wonderful words to describe Kayla Gregg. Over the last few months, I have come to know Kayla quite well and it is an absolute pleasure at the least. You cannot find a more down-to-earth, talented and caring young woman. We always manage to have a good laugh about how much we [...]

An Interview with SAMANTHA HOLLIER-JAMES

An Interview with SAMANTHA HOLLIER-JAMES

Thursday morning whilst I was sipping my hot chocolate and preparing myself for the day ahead, I received an email from the CEO and co-founder of the Tour de Cure, Samantha Hollier-James. I was fortunate enough to interview Samantha over the phone 15 minutes after receiving her email, but not before she got the chance to [...]

An Interview with GEOFF COOMBES

An Interview with GEOFF COOMBES

I had the pleasure of interviewing one of the founders of the Tour de Cure, Geoff Coombes, over the phone this week. The Tour de Cure is a cycling challenge that raises money for cancer research and experiments and Geoff is one of the main reasons this is all possible. For more information on the Tour de [...]

An Interview with JENNIFER HAWKINS

An Interview with JENNIFER HAWKINS

I rang the number of Jennifer's media agency, my phone script in hand, waiting for who I was expecting to be her manager to pick up the phone. You can imagine my reaction when none other than Jennifer Hawkins answered the phone and I really should have fallen to heap on the floor right there [...]