How To Be In A Room With Beyonce, According To Jules Sebastian
How To... Life
Jules Sebastian's life changed dramatically when her boyfriend at the time, Guy, auditioned for a little show called Australian Idol... She has written a brand new book 'Tea With Jules' filled with the feelings and experiences that link us all as human beings. She gave the girls some great advice about remaining confident in yourself and what you have to offer, regardless of who are sharing a room - whether it's Ed Sheeran or Kylie Minogue, staying true to yourself & offering kindness will take you so far. CREDITS Hosts: Jenna D'Apice, Claudia Coy, Nikolina Koevska Guest: Jules Sebastian Follow the podcast on Instagram! You'll find BTS stuff from records, funny shit, and dumb stuff we love -> just search @howtolifepoddySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Content Warning: This episode includes an open discussion about suicide.In this episode, I chat with the lovely Jules Sebastian, who you might know as a stylist, the host of the podcast and YouTube series Tea & Honesty and as the wife of singer and songwriter, Guy Sebastian. Jules can now add author to her list of achievements with the release of her first book Tea & Honesty.We sat down to chat about some of the important themes that Jules addresses in her book, from the perils of comparison in parenting, to understanding and raising wild boys and the challenges she has faced as a very busy mother of two, with a thriving media career and a schedule that demanded she make some tough decisions.Jules also shared her painful experiences with grief, following the loss of her brother to suicide. As anyone who has lost someone they love will know, the pain and the anguish can feel insurmountable. In this conversation, you will hear how beautifully Jules has been able to work through the loss, to find the moments of acceptance and joy, even through the darkest days. It’s incredibly heartening to hear her trademark positivity guiding her through what undoubtedly has been an immensely painful time for her family.Jules shares so much of her story in this heart warming chat and just like in her book, there are a lot of lessons to take away, for anyone who might be wondering how to get through the trenches they might find themselves in or have any sense of doubt about who they are and where they are heading. Plenty of inspiration here.You can find Jules on Insta at @julessebastian and her book Tea & Honesty is available at all good bookstores.Follow us @thecuriouslifepodcast and please take a moment to leave a rating and review on iTunes.Thank you to our lovely editor and VO queen, Julie Reynolds of @audiolemonade. Find her at www.audiolemonade.com.
Jules Sebastian: "People are connecting to the authentic version of me, not the curated persona I thought they wanted."
UNDISTRACTED with Laura Bennett
Jules Sebastian is a TV Host, Stylist, mum and wife, and her husband Guy is one of Australia's most celebrated recording artists. Prompted by her first book Tea & Honesty, in this episode Jules shares how she found her own identity in the spotlight, what she thinks about purpose and quitting, and why she's glad the couple questioned their Christian faith.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode I chat with Jules Sebastian about her first book Tea & Honesty. This book was such a joy to read - I even noticed that I started exclaiming out loud as I was reading it - regularly piping up with 'Absolutely' or 'Yes! Yes'. I very much felt that Jules and I were singing from the same songbook. In fact, I think she had me with her opening quote ‘Life is like a cup of tea. It’s all about how you make it.’ After discussing our favourite teas and Jules' honest confession that she isn't an Early Grey fanatic like myself, we workshop the book including: - the quest for identity and the importance of being brave and owning who you are - the importance of finding your community and keeping them close - empathy and the inspiring story of US based company - how comparison is the thief of joy - and why we need to put our blinkers on and focus on our own lane. - how fear can be so disabling and how Jules moves through her fear- the loss of Jules' brother, Andrew, to suicide, just 5 days after her wedding day and Jules' thoughts and approach to managing grief. Check out the website for more details. Thanks for listening. Alex xx
Jules Sebastian on the impact of idol and the power of being yourself
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Oscar Wilde once said "Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken." It is a quote that fits with the way Jules Sebastian lives. A young woman when her then-boyfriend Guy Sebastian became a star through Australian Idol, Jules has moved through the big changes in her life with the attitude that authenticity counts. Six years ago she started an online interview series called Tea with Jules and she has just released a book called Tea and Honesty based on those interviews. Jules talks about how her world is divided between before and after Idol, what it means to be a mum and wife with a roving musician for a husband and what she gets out of honest, deep conversations.
Today’s guest @julessebastian was an absolute dream to interview. Jules’ first book “Tea & Honesty” is officially available tomorrow! It’s such a great read in in this interview you’ll hear us unpack some of the chapters of her book. From fashion styling to the privilege of ageing, Jules opens up about her life in a bid to inspire others. We even talk about writers block!! I hope you love this episode and the new book! Grab "Tea & Honesty" hereBig love,Lola Follow Lola Berry on Instagram: @yummololaberryJules Sebastian @julessebastianwww.lolaberry.comwww.lolacoffee.co See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Beyond the Bump is a podcast brought to you by Jayde Couldwell and Sophie Pearce! A podcast targeted at mums, just like you! A place to have real conversations with honest and authentic people. In our sixty-first episode of Beyond the Bump, we chat with the amazing Jules Sebastian. Jules is a mother of two, wife to singer Guy Sebastian, stylist, instagram inspiration (while keeping things real) and a Nature's Way Kids Smart ambassador. Jules shares with us her journey to motherhood and how she wasn’t ‘maternal’ before having children. She speaks about her struggles with breastfeeding and the guilt associated with switching to bottle feeding and also, how she tries to juggle career and family life. This episode is action-packed full of stuff and we hope you absolutely love it!Goodies mentioned:Click HERE to pre-order Jule's new book, Tea & HonestySubscribe to Jule's podcast and YouTube show, Tea with JulesNature's Way Kids Smart Vita GummiesFollow us on Instagram at @beyondthebump.podcast to stay up to date with behind the scenes and future episodes. This episode of Beyond the Bump is brought to you by hayu:What springs to your mind when you hear reality TV shows? Botched, The Real Housewives and Keeping Up With The Kardashians?Well, you can watch all of these (and more!) from the very beginning plus stream brand new episodes the same day as the US on hayu.Hayu has so many good series to marathon through that are perfect for those newborn days where you find yourself snacking at 3am watching Keeping Up With The Kardashians. You can even download your favourite episodes and watch them whenever you get some quiet time.And what's even more exciting is that the season eight finale of Below Deck is available to stream on hayu on Tuesday, February 16th. That's the same day as the US for all the diehard fans out there.Hayu has over 300 shows to choose from so you're really spoilt for choice. Head to hayu.com or download the app to start your free trial.
Big Kids: Jules Sebastian Wants To Raise Two Good Men
This Glorious Mess
Welcome to This Glorious Mess Big Kids. A twice-weekly look at parenting as it really is. Confusing, exhausting, inspiring, funny, and full of surprises. So many surprises. As parents, we're always going to ask ourselves, am I doing this right? Today we're joined by Jules Sebastian, presenter, public speaker, celebrity stylist, philanthropist and mother to two beautiful boys, who she shares with her husband, Guy Sebastian. Jules joins us to reflect on raising her boys away from her family, dealing with the stresses of mum guilt and how even she asks herself, am I doing this right? And as always Parenting Mentors! How to deal with lazy tweens and teens who don't help around the house. LINKS You can head online to learn more about The Sebastian Foundation CREDITS Hosts: Holly Wainwright & Andrew Daddo Guests: Jules Sebastian, Ambassador for Nature’s Way Kids Smart Producer: Elissa Ratliff & Mikayla Floriano CONTACT US Send your parenting dilemmas to email@example.com Looking for a community of like-minded parents? Join our Mamamia Parents Facebook Page... https://www.facebook.com/groups/1047713658714395/ Want a weekly parenting newsletter from Holly Wainwright? Sign up here... https://www.mamamia.com.au/newsletter/ Looking for other podcasts to listen to? You'll find all our Mamamia shows at https://mamamia.com.au/podcasts/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.