It was a huge honour to speak the Special Olympics Australia Opening Ceremony to all the amazing athletes who took part in the Winter Games this year. Here’s a snippet of what I shared with them and what I took away from the opportunity to be a part of such a memorable event.Read More
On 14th April I had the huge honour of meeting 99 Year Old Holocaust Survivor and fellow ‘‘Bulanaire’’, Eddie Jaku. In this post I explain what this means to me and why we all have so much to learn from survivors just like Eddie who prove to us - you always have a choice.Read More
Honoured to be announced as Top 4 Finalist for NSW Young Woman of the Year and NSW Young Achiever of the Year. Here’s what the awards mean to me and the special people I’d like to thank for getting me this far..Read More
It's impossible to get through school without getting at least one teacher you find difficult to deal with. This episode dives into 5 ways you can reduce your frustration over this and achieve your goal exam marks for that subject regardless of who's teaching it.
On 14th June 2018 I had the honour of meeting Foreign Minister Julie Bishop about my work with Travel Safety for Nicole’s Foundation - a goal 5 years in the making. Here’s insight into that experience and how I found the determination to keep on going despite a lot of rejection, so you can do the same with your goals..Read More
Does your teen complain ‘nothing ever works out for me!’ or freaks out she’ll end up ‘the lonely lady with 9 cats’ just because a boy didn’t say yes to being her Formal date? Yep, I’m sure this all sounds familiar - they’re what psychologists call, ‘thought errors’. Learn how to help your teen detect the 5 most common thought errors before they spiral into self defeating emotion and behaviour..Read More
I’ve sifted through the endless sea of self-help books and found the top 5 I assure you won’t be a waste of your time; but an investment in equipping you with insights and strategies to help you and your teen better cope with failure, rejection, loss and every other curve ball life may throw your way!Read More
Do you have a teen in your life who is a self-confessed ‘worry wart’? Constantly stressing the worst-case ‘what if’ scenario and wasting energy trying to control things that haven’t even happened yet?Read More
Lacking motivation towards your school work because there’s just too much to do until you finally finish? You’re not alone. So here’s a simple mindset shift to help re-ignite that motivation to stay focused and keep progressing towards your goal ATAR.Read More
It is a huge honour to be named 2018 Cronulla Woman of the Year and attend the award ceremony with The Hon. Mark Speakman MP in celebration of International Women’s Day this year.Read More
Often hear your teen complain ‘that’s not fair!’, ‘it’s their fault’, or ‘I did that because she did this’? These are all signs of victim mentality that is eroding away your teen’s ability to be resilient. Discover what's the cause of this victim mentality, and most importantly, what you can do to help your teen change it.Read More
Many of us grow up believing how we feel is out of our control. We think that the reason we feel so stressed is because of our exams, our parents expectations, what that person said about us or whether we get into the uni course we wanted. But what if none of that were true?Read More
At the beginning of every good book, you’ll find a tribute from the author to someone near and dear that they dedicate their book to. I want to take a moment to do the same, for my blog.