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Happy mind, happy gut: embracing the gut-brain axis – Dr Laura Lum

Happy mind, happy gut: embracing the gut-brain axis – Dr Laura Lum

The gut-brain axis is one of the most important and least recognised factors when considering health. Recently, I met with Dr Laura Lum, Psychologist, Nutritionist, Research Scientist, Yoga Teacher and expert in gut-brain axis dysfunction.  Dr Lum is the first Psychologist to train with digestive health […]

Chopped and Served: The Life of Sydney Chef David Bitton

Chopped and Served: The Life of Sydney Chef David Bitton

An inspirational story of healing, transformation and believing anything is possible. As a biographer writer, I am always honoured to have people share their life story with me. Everyone has a story to tell, and so to help someone record their life and activities for future […]

You have everything to gain when there’s nothing else left to lose – Wil Sylvince

You have everything to gain when there’s nothing else left to lose – Wil Sylvince

Wil Sylvince is one of the most explosive comedians performing around the world today. His comedic performances on COMEDY CENTRAL, HBO’S DEF COMEDY JAM, and SHOWTIME all garnered standing ovations by the audiences, a feat rarely seen accomplished by many performers. Born and raised in […]

A View from behind the Camera – Paul Cananzi, Cameraman

A View from behind the Camera – Paul Cananzi, Cameraman

Growing up I grew up in Broadmeadows and in my teen years we moved to Gladstone Park. The socio-economic area was a bit of a struggling economy – a lot of factory workers. My dad played a big part in opening up his own business, […]

Keep the vibe alive  –  Michael Cartwright

Keep the vibe alive – Michael Cartwright

During the course of my interview with Michael, he reminded me that life is about doing what you love. The best investment you can have is the one where you are backing yourself and doing a job that makes you happy. Because when you do, the love of what you […]

Marathon Runner  –  Anna Jepson

Marathon Runner – Anna Jepson

Has running always been a part of your life? Ironically no. When I was at school, because I learnt cello, I used to miss gym class to have my cello lessons. I hated PE (playing hockey in the pouring rain in Scotland is not much […]

A Rebel with a Cause  –  Rebecca Tapp

A Rebel with a Cause – Rebecca Tapp

What was growing up like for you? I grew up in Galston, a suburb in the Hills District. Apart from my father who had three boys from his first marriage, I was my parents’ only child. In a lot of ways, I had a picture […]

Kicking goals with professional footballer Lloyd Owusu…

Kicking goals with professional footballer Lloyd Owusu…

How old were you when you first picked up a ball? When I was about 10 years old, I went to my new school St Anthony’s and all the boys there used to play football but I used to do athletics. I was quick at […]

D-Stress. Building Resilience in Challenging Times  –  Meiron Lees

D-Stress. Building Resilience in Challenging Times – Meiron Lees

What were you diagnosed with? Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in 2011. How did you first become aware of your cancer? I had pain on my left side underneath my rib cage. The only time I felt it was when I sneezed once and I felt the sharp […]

Don’t hang onto something that could potentially kill you… Annalisa Holmes

Don’t hang onto something that could potentially kill you… Annalisa Holmes

When were you diagnosed? When I was 14 years old and completely flat chested I had discovered a lump on the right side of my chest. So I told my mum who insisted we go see a GP who then referred us to a specialist […]