Wattle Women in Business: Lorraine Maskell Photography

Wattle Women in Business: Lorraine Maskell Photography

November 08, 2017 3 Comments

...The last couple of years for me have been all about pushing through my fears, forging ahead and realising I have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Honestly, the buzz of actually pushing through and reaching the other side is amazing.

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An Arvo with Amz: Remy Streeter

An Arvo with Amz: Remy Streeter

October 15, 2017

My mum Beth inspires me most of all! I admire her for her strength and resilience...She has been through hell and back and had to deal with a huge amount of stress, especially when caring for my father in his illness. My life would be complete if I became even half the woman she is.

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Wattle Women in Business: Jessica Turich Photography

Wattle Women in Business: Jessica Turich Photography

June 12, 2017

...when I came home that night I had this immense feeling of satisfaction. That was big because I usually come home with some form of self-doubt, but this time I thought if I never shot another wedding again, my heart was full...

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Wattle Women in Business: Aurelia's Farm

Wattle Women in Business: Aurelia's Farm

May 16, 2017 1 Comment

...I enjoy the flexibility that the hard work affords me, we have to be careful to make the time to appreciate it though. We never took a holiday until 2014 – not something to be proud of...

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Wattle Women in Business: Knobel Honey

Wattle Women in Business: Knobel Honey

March 30, 2017 2 Comments

...I spent my childhood growing up on remote cattle stations where my mother had to deal with the many hardships that being remote and raising children brings. She dealt with everything with grace and resilience...

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It's a marathon not a sprint!

It's a marathon not a sprint!

March 26, 2017 3 Comments

Have I questioned the logic behind giving up a secure job to invest in my dream while we continue to service our farm mortgage? More times than I could count....when you’re toiling away on your own, even your strengths...look like weaknesses.

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Wattle Women in Business: Nourish Nutrition & Wellness Clinic

Wattle Women in Business: Nourish Nutrition & Wellness Clinic

March 17, 2017

...her resilience has been there through every failed recipe attempt (yes, they exist - ANZAC biccies circa 2011), post-partum recovery and the relocation to a rural town and completely new lifestyle...

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International Women's Day: A Dedication

International Women's Day: A Dedication

March 08, 2017 6 Comments

She might have taught my brothers how to bowl a cricket ball, helped me research for debates... and risked her life teaching us to drive. But more than anything she taught us the value of hard work and that you can be anything you want to be.

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Wattle Women in Business: Quandialla Candle Co

Wattle Women in Business: Quandialla Candle Co

March 02, 2017 2 Comments

...Juggling being a working mum is hard! It's very important to me to make sure the business doesn't interfere with family life... I keep it manageable so...I can still do canteen ... sports... and school assemblies. Kids are only little for a short time!..

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An Arvo with Amz: Desiree Crawford

An Arvo with Amz: Desiree Crawford

February 23, 2017 1 Comment

It was extremely hard for me because I was nursing him, running into town every day to have his dressings changed and trying to watch the farm. I had a certain spot...where I’d go to have a little cry before I’d pull myself together again...

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Wattle Women in Business: Beauty in the Woods

Wattle Women in Business: Beauty in the Woods

February 15, 2017 5 Comments

.. I always knew I wanted to be in either hair or beauty... through studying and working I realised that I wanted to open my own business. I definitely didn’t think that I would be this young starting out... but I wouldn’t change a thing.

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An Arvo with Amz: Felicity Burton

An Arvo with Amz: Felicity Burton

February 10, 2017 1 Comment

...Working with juvenile boys who had trouble with authority was certainly confronting... “The first thing I would do is pick the horse’s back foot up or stick my hand in it’s mouth and the kids would be really intrigued that I still had ten fingers…It made them want to be able to do that. I found the process really rewarding...

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