Meet Tanya, self-confessed Foodie mum to three boys under 12. Tanya is the QLD State Manager at Integrity Life.
- Why is financial advice important to you?
With planning, expertise, and ongoing support it means you have choices financially – both now and in the future. Traditionally we are not taught skills to help us plan for this (neither at school nor at home). Having a trusted partner to help support and guide you through this process provides proper direction so you can focus on living your best life! It’s so important to make sure you protect yourself and those you love financially in case the unexpected happens. We can’t just rely on a “she’ll be right” attitude.
- Your favourite quote?
From my dear friend Lionel Ritchie – ‘When the going gets tough, the tough get going!”
- What advice would you give to your younger self?
Don’t let fear guide your decisions. Believe in yourself, be brave, take a risk sometimes.
- One thing you’ve changed in your workplace during COVID-19 ?
More balance with work and lifestyle, & more -check-ins with my colleagues.
- What can we find you doing most weekends?
Spending time with my boys at various sporting activities, getting a Sat morning workout in, eating out and sampling some of the great food and wine on offer throughout QLD. I’m a real foodie.
- Have you seen anything lately that made you smile?
There is always lots to smile about if you focus on the simple/little things! My 3 boys fooling around (on a daily basis), a new Aussie comedy on the ABC called “Aftertaste”, my morning F45 class, and a bowl of pasta and glass of red from my fav Barossa winery after my New Year health kick just completed!
- What are you reading right now?
I just finished Lioness. For those of you who saw the movie Lion, this is the story told through the eyes of Saroo’s mother, Sue Brierley. Just like the movie, I had tears flowing 10 minutes in.