Episode 326: Co-founder of the Australia’s largest women’s media company – Mamamia – Mia Freedman on Work, Strife, Balance

Mia Freedman is the former magazine editor and newspaper columnist who launched Mamamia – a personal blog she started writing in lounge room in 2007. The Mamamia Network now reaches 4 million women per month, and spawns a website, podcasts and social media. In her new book, Mia explores feeling overwhelmed in a fast-paced world, and asks “am I the only one …

Episode 317: Australia’s first Masterchef and cookbook library author Julie Goodwin

Close to 4 million people tuned in to watch Julie Goodwin take the crown as the inaugural Masterchef Australia in 2009. She’s gone on to write countless books, start a cooking school, travel the world as a charity ambassador, battle the jungle in I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and she’s recently started a career in breakfast radio – …

Episode 313: Scummy Mummy Helen Thorn built a business on bad parenting PLUS Janine Garner talks networking

Helen Thorn is one half of blog, podcast and comedy duo The Scummy Mummies. Originally from Melbourne, Helen has lived in the UK since 2006. Together with fellow mum Ellie Gibson, she co-hosts the UK’s number one parenting podcast – a fortnightly chat show for less-than-perfect parents, and performs live shows around the country. The Scummy Mummies book has just been released …