A Change in Direction & Tomato Passata

When I finished high school, I wanted to be a chef. I soon learnt that as a chef, especially at the bottom of the pile, it wasn’t so glam. Instead, I embarked on a hospitality and business trajectory, which lead me to own my own digital marketing business and starting my MBA. My love of […]


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7 Ways to Improve & Learn in 2019

I just had the pleasure of watching a really interesting talk by Susan Colantuono at TEDxBeaconStreet – Career Advice you Probably Didn’t Get (def worth the 13mins) and had an ah ha moment. Her insights are logical, it makes sense, so why am I only hearing this now? It’s never too late to learn something new […]

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My Dream Job

Ok so it’s a little hoaky, I’ll admit it, but the Law of Attraction “the ability to attract into our lives whatever we are focusing on” is the topic for today. As far as I’m concerned, you need to be in it to win it…NO EXCEPTIONS. In my last blog The Universe Had a Laugh, […]

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The Universe had a Laugh

And so did my Coach. I’m not going to say too much about it, it’s not something that needs to be shared. But, I can give some basics. I decided to give this Law of Attraction thing ago, I put some things out to the universe and got what I asked for. But, either I […]

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Dedicated to my Nonna- Gnocchi

Growing up in an Italian family who have maintained some semblance of the “old way” has been an interesting experience. One of the great things to come out of this (and there have been plenty) is my love for homemade food. So much so that I have been spending a fair bit of time recently […]

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The Tough Topic

I always promised myself that I would try and be as honest as possible while documenting my CEO journey. That I would celebrate the ups and not sugar coat the downs. I have avoided blogging recently because this blog is a tough one to write, and it should not be, but the stigma around poor […]

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Try Tri

Today I got through the Try Triathlon. It was hard, I failed miserable on the swim, coming last on that leg and walking most of the way. Regardless, I persevered and I finished the race and I didn’t finish last overall! I’ve realised that doing things you don’t like and aren’t good at is actually […]

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