Stylish and Successful, How These Sydney Women Are Making Their Mark
As we celebrate women all around the world, we look to some incredibly talented Sydney-based women who have redefined the way they live, work and play to get the balance right in their life - we’re talking Canna Campbell, Bronwyn McCahon, Marica Leone, Tash Sefton and Georgie Abay. Learn more about their career, motherhood and their favourite local haunts.
Georgie Abay, Founder and Editor of The Grace Tales
With an enviable career in magazines, working on such titles as VOGUE Australia and Harper’s BAZAAR, Georgie has turned her focus to The Grace Tales. An online destination for the stylish mother that talks motherhood, fashion, interiors, travel and food. We took a peek inside Georgie’s Paddington home where she discussed styling, fashion, motherhood and of course, The Grace Tales. Read the full blog post here.
Canna Campbell, Founder of SASS Financial and SugarMamma. TV
Canna has been inspiring women all over Sydney (and beyond) to take control of their finances via SASS Financial and SugarMamma.TV. Across the two platforms, Canna talks wealth management that empowers women, couples and families to achieve financial freedom. We spoke with Canna about all things finances, her stylish office space and her local neighbourhood, Darlinghurst. Read the full blog post here.
Bronwyn McCahon, Former Editor-In-Chief of Cosmopolitan magazine
Bronwyn spent 10 years as Editor-In-Chief of Cosmopolitan before making the decision to put work (partially) aside to spend time with her three beautiful children. A decision that shocked the publishing and media industries, Bronwyn has confidently moved on to the next phase. We caught up with Bronwyn in her local North Bondi to get her advice on how to juggle a successful career and motherhood. Read the full blog post here.
Marcia Leone, Founder and Editor of Not So Mumsy
Keeping her sense of adventure and love for style, Marcia Leone realised how important it was to still retain your sense of self, even after you have become a Mum. Marcia founded Not So Mumsy which is a beautifully curated site that brings together fashion, travel, interiors and inspirational women. We talk to Marcia about her life in Sydney’s Inner West and her personal style. Read the full blog post here.
Tash Sefton, Co-founder of They All Hate Us
Alongside her BFF, Elle Ferguson, Tash has become a mega fashion blogger. Talking about all the must-have pieces, the girls have firmly established themselves as the go-to site for drool worthy items. Previously a buyer and head of womenswear for General Pants Group, Tash turned what was once a hobby into a full-time gig, where she now balances the ever popular site with motherhood and life in Mosman. Read the full blog post here.
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