Caroline W Rowe is an educator, author and Thermomix fan, who is enhancing the lifestyles of those who cook just for themselves because she strongly believes the “Me” is worth it.
As the manager of a household of one, (like nearly 25% of the households in Australia), Caroline is passionate about the importance of taking care of ‘just Me’ and has spent the last 6 years developing strategies, recipes and tips for managing a small household to prevent boredom, food waste, and overeating. She shares this information on her website Cookingjust4Me.com.
In 2014 she wrote the highly successful Cooking for You and Me cookbook for Thermomix. Then following her passion to find the perfect cake to go with a cuppa, she founded the just4Me Bake Club, an online cooking school with a collection of over 30 cake recipes supported by video tutorials. All the recipes are designed for small households. In The Power of Baking with Mindful Intent she shares some of her favourite Bake Cake recipes.
Prior to following her passion for just4ME cooking, Caroline worked in both marketing management and academic roles at the University of South Australia for nearly 20 years. She co-authored the popular marketing text book Marketing Making the Future Happen. Between her academic and marketing roles at the university, Caroline built a successful marketing consultancy business that she later sold to one of the major global advertising companies.
Dr Susan L. Rowe is a registered psychologist and mental health researcher. She is the co-owner and Director of mindhack, a psychology clinic on the Gold Coast, Queensland. Susan is also a clinical team member of Griffith University Psychology Clinic and is involved in a number of research projects.
Susan began her clinical career working with vulnerable children and families and broadly her career has focused on helping patients affected by stress and trauma. Susan has worked as a psychologist for 11 years in a range of settings including not-for-profit organisations, private practice, and for corporate businesses. Susan has extensive experience in treating children and adults affected by trauma and in 2015 she completed her Doctor of Philosophy on the study of resilience throughout the lifespan. Susan predominantly works as a psychologist in private practice while also providing training, supervision and lectures for other health professionals.
Susan is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society as well as several international associations. Susan is passionate about providing effective psychological treatment that is accessible to all members of the community. Susan practises the healthy lifestyle principles that she teaches her patients and she enjoys yoga, sunshine, exercise, coffee and quality time with her family and friends.