Ruth Langley Lunch – Zara D’Cotta Oh My Goodness

Mothers are more overworked, under pressure, stressed, tired and time poor than at any other period in History. We are expected to be everything to everyone and perform at the top of our game all the time.

We are also expected to run the lives of our families without making a fuss and all the while making it all look effortless.

In this current climate, it is little wonder that women’s mental and physical wellness is coming to the forefront of social consciousness and is debated and discussed in many forums.

In light of the issues women are currently facing, the PFA felt the Ruth Langley Luncheon was the perfect forum to address these concerns, and we are delighted to be able to welcome Zara D’Cotta from the successful worldwide blog Oh My Goodness (OMG) to discuss health and Wellness.

About the Speaker

OMG was created by Zara after she was diagnosed with breast cancer just before her 30th birthday. Zara’s diagnosis ignited a fire that could not be tamed, inspiring her to take a leap of faith and leave her decade-long corporate communications career to combine her passion for health and wellbeing with her love of storytelling and bring OMG to life. Zara immersed herself in the world of wellbeing on her road to recovery and noticed a powerful movement gathering momentum, one that she is passionate about.

Australians want food that not only tastes great but makes them feel good too. There is a push towards locally grown food, a desire to build our sense of community. Wellbeing is becoming more of a priority. And there are more options than ever before for new and fun ways to exercise.

Within months of launching OMG, Zara was a finalist in the 2014 Bupa Health Influencer of the Year Awards. She has appeared on Ten News, The Project and Today Show, been featured in the Herald Sun, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, I Quit SugarLorna Jane’s Move Nourish Believe, Show & Tell Online and Sport Luxe. 

When she’s not creating content for 30,000 + OMG fans in Australia and beyond, she contributes to Medibank be. Magazine and Fairfax Health online publications, and is a speaker for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Zara has a holistic health coaching qualification through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York.

To view Zara’s website click here.

The PFA encourage you to book your ticket for this powerful Ruth Langley Luncheon on Friday 19 May at Leonda.