How long have you lived in or around Canowindra and what is the best thing about living here? I’ve been living in Cudal for three years after living in Orange for two years. I love the peace, space and majestic views of the Central West where “traffic” is getting stuck behind a tractor!
Where do you work or what do you do currently and what do you enjoy about it? I’ve just started work at the Canowindra Phoneix as the new Editor. Previously, I produced the Cudal News solo, so I am very excited to be working as a part of the wonderful team and getting to know the town of Canowindra and its people!
What is your favourite thing to do when you have free time? Spend time on my in-laws property in Springside with my husband, Jeremy, four dogs (Alfie, Danny, Sunny and Molly) and whichever in-laws happen to be there!
What makes you proud? I’m proud whenever I grow as a person and learn new skills to help myself and others.
If you could be an animal which one would you choose and why? Otter! They seem so carefree and happy.
What is on your bucket list? In my free time, I write novels and I’d love to see one of them published one day! My first novel is Young Adult fiction and it would be fantastic to see it on the HSC syllabus one day!
What are you really good at? Cooking and organising.
Tell us about your best holiday ever? Can’t pick a favourite. All holidays are good holidays. Right now, any holiday anywhere sounds good to me!
What makes your day? Clean sheets!
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself? I got to interview Hamish and Andy for the Cudal News in 2018. Growing up with parents in the media, I have done some TV and radio work so I loved being back in that environment. I hope to expand into different forms of media one day.