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iInspire TV was created as an off shoot from iStyle TV.  We were meeting so many inspirational people through our travels with iStyle TV that the decision was made to create a second arm of the show.

iInspire TV brings you inspirations stories with amazing people from around Australia. Known for it’s freewheeling style, TV Presenter and Host of iStyle TV, Tam Wrigley interviews local, national and international celebrities about their past to present journey.

Tam has an intimate one on one chat with guest on the show and gets them to share their achievements, struggles, challenges, knowledge and advise about life.





She has been called “cooking’s J. K. Rowling” after being turned down by major publishers, she self-published her first cookbook, which went on to become the best selling self-published book in Australia in 2007, selling 400,000 copies and placing second in overall sales only to Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Her book sales have gone on to reach a total sales mark of over 8 million paperbook sales. She has the highest selling lifestyle app in the itunes Aust store and the highest ebook author in itunes & amazon for cooking and with all that popularity she has led the cook book series to a television show which is broadcast in 24 countries including Australia, Africa, the UK, and New Zealand.

Now in her 9th year and with 24 self published books in 26 countries around the world and 8 world tours, we bring you the cooking sensation and owner of 4 Ingredients, Kim McCosker.

How does the girl from a citrus farm in Mundubbera who for a job use to stick the ink tubes into pens become Australia’s leading self published cookbook author?.

You have a amazing resume and some big highlights in your career, what made you go down the cook book path?

You were told in the beginning that “This book will never work”, you were shot down by the “Experts”, what made you keep going?

You have 24 Books in 26 countries, your have sold over 8 million paper back copies, there has been 8 world tours, 27 PNO Cruises, which you are now the food and wine ambassador for, Guest appearances on USA Today and Kathy Lee and not to mention various appearances on Australian TV, Do you stop to and pinch yourself or turn step back and say WOW look at what I have created?

You have toured the UK and Ireland extensively, how has this served you personally and for your business?

How do you stay connected with your “Family” abroad?

Tells us the 4 Ingredients Ethos

How important is your online tribe?

We see now the power of social media, 95.6% of your online sales come from Facebook… oh and congratulations on reach over 600,000 members on your page. Do you see 4 Ingredients evolving with Social Media and what will that look like?

I believe that every path to success is littered with learning’s (i.e. challenges!) along the way – what have been some of your greatest challenges to get you here today?

Do you believe that woman can have it all, and if so, what does having it all mean to you?

If you could give one piece of advice to yourself at 15 years old, what would you say?

How many more titles do you see yourself doing?

Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?

What’s next for 4 Ingredients?

Find out the answers to these questions and more in this very inspirational interview with the Queens of cooking.



Puretan_0249-TZFAV-crpd1Trimmed, Toned and Totally Organic – iStyle TV meets Tania Zaetta

Organic. A word that is becoming more widely heard these days. But its more than just a trend it’s about making a choice. A choice for health, a choice for you.

September is Australian Organic Awareness Month and celebrities across the nation like Pete Evans, Zoe Naylor, Therese Kerr and Tania Zaetta are embracing the opportunity to share their passion for choosing certified organic to lead happier and healthier lives.

Australian Organic have made her their Official 2015 Brand Ambassador and I couldn’t think of anyone better to chat to about AUstralian Organic Awareness Month than the gorgeous Tania Zaetta.

Tania Zaetta – Tv Presenter, Actress, Natural Beauty Therapist, Pilates Instructor, founder of the ‘Tania Zaetta Online Pilates Weightloss Program and Author of ‘Trim & Tone with Tania’ the new sought after health, fitness, nutrition and Pilates book, just released across stores nationally.

You may know who from Tv shows like ‘Who Dares Wins’ and the odd Bollywood or two but I bet you didn’t know that Tania Zaetta started her career as a qualified Natural Beauty Therapist specialising in health, fitness and nutrition and is also a certified Pilates and Barre Pilates Instructor.

As well as her many tv and media commitments, Tania spends much of her time teaching women how to be trim, toned and healthy with her new ‘Trim & Tone with Tania’ book and Online Pilates & Weightloss Program, and is also one of the Ambassadors for the Australian Certified Organic campaign.




561856_435056606508401_435055136508548_1896475_732647676_nSeptember is Australian Organic Awareness Month with Ambassador Therese Kerr

Following the huge success of its inaugural launch in 2014; Australia’s leading organic industry body, Australian Organic, will once again hold Australian Organic Awareness Month, this year in September.

‘We had a massive reaction to our campaign last year’ comments Australian Organic’s Commercial General Manager, Joanne Barber, ‘with fantastic support from media, producers, retailers and celebrities, we are excited to be announcing it is back again in September – and it will be bigger this year!’

We have chosen to hold the month-long campaign in September this year as it aligns with the US and UK celebrations of bringing awareness to ‘organic’.

This September, Australian Organic aims to highlight not only the diversity of industries under the certified organic banner, but also instil confidence with Australians that by looking for produce and products displaying the ‘Bud’ logo means you are buying a product you can trust.

‘Being certified organic means that a product is cruelty free, non GM, pasture fed, socially responsible, sustainably fished, biodiversity friendly and of course grown free from harsh synthetic pesticides, herbicides, hormones and antibiotics.’ Barber continues ‘so when you shop, look for items displaying the Australian Certified Organic logo.’

Australian Organic Awareness Month will run from 1st-30th September.

Last years’ campaign saw a significant increase in consumer research into the certified organic market and an increase in sales at a retail level.

‘Our clients have told us that during and post the campaign last year, they had more customers than ever ask for certified organic products. We are thrilled, as it means our great team, together with ambassadors, are doing a fantastic job in spreading the message on our bud logo!’ continues Barber.

Certified organic products being promoted throughout Awareness Month will range from food and beverages to cosmetics, textiles, gardening products and even pet food.

Australian Organic Awareness Month this year will include in-store promotions with retailers across the country inviting shoppers to enter various competitions to win Australian Organic packs.

‘We have more partners involved this year and aim to showcase an even wider range of our clients produce. It is such a great opportunity for our local, home grown certified organic clients to get a platform to promote their products.’, comments Barber, ‘We’re always excited by the level of involvement from our goodwill ambassadors who collaborate with Australian Organic to bring awareness about sustainable farming, food and fibre production systems.’

This year Australian Organic will be giving away a five night escape to the exclusive Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat, located in the Hinterland of Queensland’s Gold Coast. This resort; part-owned by Hugh Jackman; has partnered with Australian Organic to help celebrate Australian Organic Awareness Month.

In addition to Jackman’s resort; Australian Organic will next week release the list of sponsors, partners and celebrities ambassadors that will join the campaign this year.

‘We have been overwhelmed with the support from local and international talent’ continues Barber ‘it is such a great campaign to be part of and we are so excited to be announcing our team soon!’



IMG_8945SELF CARE ISN’T SELFISH, IT’S ESSENTIAL – Kim Morrison – Twenty8 chats to  iStyle TV

Have you ever wondered how you would cope if the life that you knew fell apart?

Today we talk to Kim Morrison founder of twenty8 – Chemical Free Skincare and Essential Oils – who used her darkest moments as the leverage and inspiration to create a flourishing business and national movement of women transforming their lives with self care.

Kim Morrison is a professional health and lifestyle educator with over twenty five years experience in the health, fitness and beauty industries. Kim developed her skills in aromatherapy alongside tactile therapies, homeobotanical therapy, fitness consulting and personal training.

Visionary, creative and innovative, she has been acknowledged as a world leader in her field. Kim proves that you can have it all – a successfully balanced career, family, social and community life – while maintaining a healthy sense of self. Her self-care workshops and keynote presentations are uplifting, practical and inspirational. Personal experiences are shared along with an extensive knowledge of her craft, offering tools to help people transform lives.

It is her mission to see women acknowledge their strength and beauty, take responsibility for their health and wellbeing, constantly challenge their potential and take good care of themselves. And she knows it can be done without it costing a lot of time and or money.

It has been the feedback of women in our workshops and from the books we have written that has helped me to grow and fine tune this message — a message we all need to be reminded of constantly: self-care is not selfish. It’s essential.



Krystal was only 22 years old when she discovered she had the BRCA1 gene fault, the same gene made famous by Angelina Jolie that gave them up to an 87% chance of developing breast cancer.

Krystal’s mother, grandmother and great-grandmother all fought breast and ovarian cancer at increasingly earlier ages so in 2009, when she was 25 years old, and with two young sons at home, Krystal had a preventative double mastectomy.

Having experienced the isolation and lack of information for “at risk” families like hers, Krystal created an organisation that had prevention at its heart and ensured families could assess, understand and manage their own risk of breast and ovarian cancer.





Chrissie Swan popped up on our screens in 2003 as everyones favourite house guest on Channel 10’s hugely successful series of Big Brother and from there her career has sky rocketed.

I recently had to opportunity to sit down and chat with Chrissie Swan all about were her life as lead her since leaving reality TV. We take a look back over the past 12 years as we chatted about what were some of her career highs and her career lows.

Did she ever imagine being on a show like Big Brother would launch her down a different career path?

Being a successful and very busy radio and TV personality, and a busy mum of three, I ask her about how she manages a good work / life balance.

Find out what advice she would give her 15 year old self, What did she say?

What has been her biggest career challenge so far?

Chrissie is also fresh from the African jungle where she was a contestant on “I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here”, we find out what was it that made her say yes to this particular project.

Besides the fear of being eaten alive by animals in the middle of an African jungle, what other challengers did she face while she was there, and how protected are the celebrities while they were in the jungle.

All these questions and more will be answered here as we sit down to get real and raw with the Queen of Radio – Chrissie Swan.

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