Joey (@feelgoodjoey) is a Wellness Specialist who has been in the health and wellness field for over 10 years.
She has a passion for fitness, travel and total wellbeing which can be viewed on her personal blog FocusBelieveAchieve.com This is where Joey shares with others in the community the importance of healthy living, positive mindset, adventure and travel. Joey is currently in training for the Gold Coast Half Marathon and will be running to represent CanTeen at the City2Surf as a Gold Charity entry.
TV and Presenter Experience
Since 2009 Joey has hosted a variety of online lifestyle shows and was currently the host of the first season of Feel Good TV on FOXTEL, AUSTAR with a reach of 100,000 people. She is also currently the host of the online Feel Good TV channel. In 2011 Joey was part of the ultimate travel adventure as a contestant on Channel 7 for the first season of The Amazing Race Australia.
Joey has also appeared on a variety of TV shows including Sunrise, Breakfast, The Morning Show, A Current Affair, The Today Show, Channel 10 News, Sydney Weekender. Joey also reached the Top 20 Finalists in Australia for the Samsung Global Blogger for London 2012 Olympics.
Joey is proud to be the first Wellness Ambassador for Technogym Australia and Ambassador for CanTeen, The Australian Organisation Young People Living with Cancer.
In 2008 Joey co-authored her first book with husband Richard, Please Mum, Don’t Supersize Me! (Published by Rockpool Publishing). The book was a great success appearing in major book stores attracting a large media following including Channel 10 News 6pm, Channel 9 A Current Affair, The Today Show, Alan Jones Breakfast Radio, Sydney Morning Herald, New Idea and Ninemsn.
Children’s Entertainment – DVD & CD
In 2004 Joey established the popular Aussie Kids Rock band Kids4Life Where Joey entertained and educated kids on the importance of being active, good nutrition through live shows, her CD “Be Wat You Wanna Be” and DVD “K4L’S Best Day Ever!” Joey was able to spread the word about healthy living to thousands of kids internationally.