In 2018, Bree Lenehan, from Queensland, fell into the grips of an eating disorder after becoming infatuated with losing weight and developing an 'unhealthy relationship with food'. With help from a nutritionist, she got her weight back on track and is an advocate for maintaining a well-balanced lifestyle.
You can read more about this Breen Lenehan over in the Daily Mail Australia...
From selling slime and antiques to setting up an inspirational book club, there are more young entrepreneurs who are starting to turn their dreams into a successful business across the country!
You can read more about these young entrepreneurs have taken on the coronavirus lockdown in The Mirror...
Scott Davies set up Hilltop Honey aged 22 after being laid off as a brickie and has built it into the 26th fastest-growing company in the whole of the UK. Despite being a "nightmare" in school and ending up bagging coal for a living, Scott now has his honey products in nearly every supermarket in Britain.
You can read about Hilltop Honey over in Wales Online...
At the age of 16, Mikaela Phillips' mum sold their car and all their possessions, packing up their lives to follow her dreams in LA. Single mum Chrys and her teen daughter flogged their belongings at a garage sale before leaving Melbourne for the bright lights of the US, eventually selling their house too.
Both successfully broke into the film and TV industry - making all their struggles worth it.
You can read the full story over in The Sun...
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