As the queen of pop once said herself: “Who runs the world? Girls!” Happy International Women’s Day 2018! And thanks Bey.
Over the last three years I’ve been privileged enough to work with and interview a tonne of talented women. Editors, writers, moms, travelers, entrepreneurs, chocolate tasters, flower artists. You name it, women are working it. Today in honour of International Women’s Day, I thought I’d share some of these How Did you get that F*#king Awesome Job interviews with some kick ass women.
From globe trotting yoga instructors to ethical shoe makers, I’ve been lucky to chat with and meet so many inspiring women throughout the last few years. Women like Jackie Kai Ellis, who left a high powered career to learn to bake, open her own bakery and Paris tour company (and write a memoir) or Emily Wight a mom and science communicator who went from blogger to cookbook author.
Thanks to all the ladies who help me out day to day, week by week, year by year, make this little corner of the internet the bright, positive and empowering place it is! I hope you enjoy learning about the secrets to what it takes to do f*#king awesome jobs by reading the posts below.
Element Botanicals CEO and herbalist Amber Haase
Kendall Barber, Co-founder of Poppy Barley and marathon runner
Helping people express their love for/with flower Janine Sebastian
One half of beekeeping duo Sarah Greenlease
Illustrator and animal lover of Nature’s My Friend Jessica Gowling
Cookbook author and one of the funniest Instagrammers out there Emily Wight
Wellness advocate and positivity champion Catherine Roscoe Barr
Founder of The Paris Tours, baker and travel writer Jackie Kai Ellis
Global yogi and empathy ambassador Grace Dubery
Well-tempered chocolate taster, maker and writer Eagranie Yuh
South African printmaker Heather Moore (aka Skinny Laminx)
Marketing and design queen Kim Pickett
Mountain roamer and photographer AV Wakefield
Mompreneur and importer of all things Mexicali-cool Gardenia Woodhams-Roberts
Who are your #bosslady idols?
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