Tell us a bit about how The Grace Tales began?
I launched The Grace Tales back in 2013. I was working at Australian Vogue as the Deputy Editor, pregnant with my first child, and looking for great online publications for mothers. There were plenty of websites that covered the basics, but nothing particularly aspirational. The fashion magazines I used to love no longer felt relevant to me. I wanted to hear how other women managed the struggle, the juggle and the joy of motherhood. How do they create ‘work that works,’ as Christine Armstrong so perfectly summed it up in her recent book. After all, sharing our vulnerabilities is how we connect. Content creation is in my blood – it’s what comes most naturally me and it’s what I’m most passionate about. I started shooting for the site with photographer, Julie Adams, when my daughter was about five months old. We launched shortly after, and the site organically grew.