By The Women Who Write:
You’re working for one of the loudest voices for women in the Australian media today, how does that feel and how did you score the gig?
It feels amazing. I am only 20, but working at Mamamia has been my dream job for the last two years. I scored an internship with the company in June, so I travelled down from Brisbane for two weeks. After I went home, the job came up and I jumped at it. It’s exactly where I want to be and what I want to be doing.
Who are your muses? Who inspires you to write?
I’m lucky enough to work with some of the most talented women in the industry. I am inspired by the writing style of Mamamia publisher Mia Freedman and of contributors like Rebecca Sparrow and Zoe Foster-Blake.
What is your idea of a perfect Sunday?
My perfect Sunday would consist of brunch with my boyfriend, followed by a big family lunch at my parents’ house in Brisbane before finishing the day with a movie on the couch before bed.