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Kasey Edwards spent over a decade climbing the corporate ladder as a management consultant until she woke up one morning and realised she didn’t want to go to work. Ever again. This inspired her to write her first book Thirty Something and Over It. After it became an international bestseller she decided to continue writing. She has now published four books. She mixes humour, irreverence and credible research to write about issues such as work satisfaction, motherhood, marriage, raising girls, IVF, body image and diets.

She writes for publications in Australia,  the US and the UK such as The Age, The Herald Sun, The Sydney Morning Herald, Daily Life, The Punch, Huffington Post, RoleReboot, Grazia, Girlfriend, Daily Mail and Best Magazine. Kasey was a Cosmo Fun Fabulous Female award nominee. She spoke about body image and the politics of fat at the 2012 Melbourne Writers Festival and has a weekly column on Daily Life. Her most successful article When Your Mother Says She’s Fat has been published in eleven countries and viewed over five million times.

She lives in Melbourne with her husband Christopher Scanlon and daughters Violet and Ivy.

 

PS: Thanks for visiting my site! xx Kasey

 

 

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