Nov 23, 2020
Makers Series: Jerome Farah
Play • 16 min
In this episode of Inspired, we find out how music and rhythm went hand in hand for beat maker Jerome Farah.
After Work Drinks
After Work Drinks
Isabelle Truman & Grace O'Neill
A Very Ultra Summer With... Mavournee Hazel
Hello angels. In the latest installment of our #VeryUltra summer, we’re talking to the talented, wonderful Mavournee Hazel. Mav is, to us, the definition of ‘Very Ultra’—firstly, just, aesthetically (if you’re one of her 90,000 Instagram followers you’ll already be obsessed with her style). More importantly, she is one of Australia’s most talented young actresses, regularly dubbed ‘The Next Margot Robbie’. That’s, in part, because she had a three-year stint on Neighbours, and has recently broken out on her own starring in the critically acclaimed Aussie drama series Halifax: Retribution. Refreshingly, Mavournee says her sights aren’t necessarily set on cracking it in Hollywood—she has a long-time love of the Australian film and TV, and is passionate about supporting the local industry. She’s also an advocate for diversifying our media landscape, and—inspired by the likes of Phoebe Waller-Bridge—has aspirations to produce and direct projects about complicated female characters. Mavournee is hilarious, a total open book, and extremely candid about her own mental health struggles—we absolutely adored this conversation and can’t wait for you to listen.  This episode is bought to you by our friends at Ultra Violette, who have partnered with After Work Drinks for the whole summer. Enter the code AWD10 at the checkout to receive 10% off your next order (excludes limited edition sets, can be used once, and not in conjunction with other offers).   See for privacy and opt-out information.
44 min
Mental Makeover
Mental Makeover
Lauren Curtis
Body positivity is HARD
Body positivity is surprisingly complex. It's not as simple as repeating a self-love mantra to yourself every morning and every night; in fact some days it can be a battle between the negative thoughts and the positive ones. It can feel like a tennis match - a bad thought comes straight for you at speed and you've got to quickly whack it out of your brain with a positive one. Some days those negative thoughts are coming at you non-stop and you feel defeated, other days you're on top of your game and the positive thoughts easily outnumber the negative ones. I always preach how important it is so take care of yourself and appreciate the body you have, but the truth is, sometimes that can be really, really hard, and I never want people to think they've failed if they have a few days, or weeks, where they've felt like they've lost that battle. We're human, and we're going to have days where everything we've learnt and all the progress we've made goes out the window. I've had a few of those days recently, so I wanted to share with you my approach to combatting those thoughts and getting myself back on track. It's important to remember that body positivity is something that most people will probably need to work on for the rest of their lives, as society changes the goal post of what is considered 'beautiful', and we're faced with the reality of whether or not we fit that image. I'm really happy with how this podcast came out, and I encourage you to listen to the end. If you did enjoy, please subscribe, rate and review! :)
28 min
Lady Startup Stories
Lady Startup Stories
Mamamia Podcasts
BONUS: The Evolution Of Zoe Foster Blake
We're dropping into your feed to share an episode of No Filter that we think you might like, with Zoe Foster Blake.  How do you become an accidental entrepreneur? Why is friendship so important in a marriage? Why is infidelity not a deal-breaker in relationships? And how do you juggle all the balls when your husband also makes a lot of things?  These were just some of the questions that Mia had during part two of her interview with Zoe Foster Blake. Listen to part one of Mia's interview with Zoe here:  THE END BITS You can find Zoe's new Audible original Clean Slate here:  And you can get all of her books here:  Follow Zoe Foster Blake on Instagram here:  GET IN TOUCH: Feedback? We’re listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at Need more lols, info and inspo in your ears? Find more Mamamia podcasts here... Check out our No Filter YouTube channel here... CREDITS: Host: Mia Freedman. You can find Mia on Instagram here and get her newsletter here. With thanks to our guest: Zoe Foster Blake Executive Producer: Elissa Ratliff Assistant Production: Leah Porges  See for privacy information.
30 min
Beauty IQ Uncensored
Beauty IQ Uncensored
Adore Beauty
Ep 69: How Dairy, Sugar & Gluten Can Impact Our Skin
We're back for another episode of Beauty IQ Uncensored, brought to you by Adore Beauty.  What’s on this episode? We’re glad you asked... Breast reductions Sophia Pafitis joins us to talk about her experience with having a breast reduction. If you'd like to see Sophia's IGTV on the whole process and learn more about her personal experience with this procedure, the link is below, or you can find her on the gram at @sophiapafitis. Diet VS Skin: Qualified dermal clinician and nutritional medicine practitioner, Chiza Westcarr joins us on today's episode to discuss the link between skin health and gut health. We talk about sugar, dairy and gluten, and which categories of foods can cause "inflammaging". References: You can find Chiza on Instagram here: PWDKWN: Jo: Giorgio Armani My Way EDP Hannah: Murad Blemish Control Rapid Relief Spot Treatment Disclaimer: Hosts: Joanna Fleming & Hannah Furst Support the show: See for privacy information.
34 min
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