This next person I've interviewed is someone I've fan-girled over since Hunter was 26 days old, to be precise. I met Sally on the Kids Ward at the hospital where she works as a nurse when Hunter was admitted the first time, and she's been the most invaluable source of knowledge and comfort since, allowing me to keep in contact with her and asking her a million and one questions! It turns out Sally knew who I was from following The Bean Bible, as she owns her own amazing custom artworks and prints business Love Lennox and I also followed her! It wasn't until I asked her to interview with me that I made the connection that she was also married to a Supercats star that this little basketball fan 4lyf had watched play for years! SMALL world Geelong. SMALL world. Sally has two boys – Xavier who is 4 and Noah who is 2 in May and I'm almost certain she has some sort of super human powers or at the very least is fuelled purely on caffeine!
I met Alanna Holmes briefly when I came across her Instagram and purchased a gorgeous Robert Gordon jug (complete with a Giant Freckle as big as my head) and she delivered to my doorstep! Alanna is the (looks and) brains behind The Locavorium, a local artisan food hamper company. Alanna grew up in Maude (a tiny little … Continue reading Our interview with Alanna Holmes
Samantha and I went to my first High School together, although a few years apart so we didn't really know each other. When we connected through Social Media years later, I couldn't help but be transfixed with following her career. At the time she owned a relationship consulting business in Melbourne with her husband, was … Continue reading Our interview with Samantha Krajina.
Mum to one gorgeous girl Arabella, Boss Woman of one successful website Who Loves That and Lifestyle Director at Yellowglen - not to mention proud wife to one of our biggest AFL talents! Emma Hawkins is clever and funny and we were thrilled to chat with her recently. TBB: You’re a hard working career … Continue reading Our interview with Emma Hawkins
Do you know what these are? The Cancer Council Australia has recently added 2 new S's to their famous motto, with Seek (shade) and Slide (on some sunglasses). I was lucky enough to organise some questions for Professor Sanchia Aranda, the CEO and #bosswoman, after hearing her speak at a recent brunch. I have a … Continue reading SLIP, SLOP, SLAP, SEEK, SLIDE!