This article originally appeared in Virgin Voyeur Magazine. I believe we all have capabilities beyond what we give ourselves credit, so why do we often mark ourselves down in the company of others who we perceive as being smarter and more successful than us? Perhaps it's just human nature but where does our self-doubt stem from and how can we become our own advocate? I’m … [Read more...] about Confidence
This article originally appeared in Virgin Voyeur Magazine. I love the speed of digital communication! You don’t know how good it feels to be able to write on a subject, post a few candid interviews and then receive an immediate response from you as a topic that hits a hot button. One such hot button is Reinvention. One of my favourite interviews was with Bernard Salt. … [Read more...] about What’s your future hold?
This article originally appeared in Virgin Voyeur Magazine. Would it sound crazy if I asked you whether you ‘listen’ to your body? Twenty years ago my career was peaking. I was jet setting around the country as a TV host for Channel 9. I was shooting regularly for The Women’s Weekly as Fashion Editor. My diary was full of meetings, appointments and functions to attend. I felt … [Read more...] about Listen up
This article originally appeared in Virgin Voyeur Magazine. Do you ever wonder that we lose sight of the simplest act of human kindness, small insignificant gestures between people that decades ago were taken for granted? I remember as a kid the little things my grandfather would do for others, without a thought of what was coming to him in return. Things like mowing the … [Read more...] about Human Kindness
I'm paying tribute today to my dear friend Harry M. Miller, who passed away last month aged 84. His memorial was held today (Friday, 3 August 2018) at the Sydney's Capitol Theatre. Harry and I had an amazing life together. We were together for 11 years, so when I look back and reflect, he filled a massive part of my life. There will never be another Harry M. … [Read more...] about A tribute today to my friend Harry M. Miller