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The Power of Strong Work Ethic and whānau!

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Summary:

We talk to Kat about where she hails from and her journey through childhood. 

Kat is born and bred in the mighty Waikato and has lived here the majority of her life! She talks to us about her big family, being one of 6 kids, and what this meant for her growing up as a role model figure. 

We talk about the work ethic that she is so grateful to have witnessed growing up from her father, and how hard he worked for everything that they had, and how she never takes that for granted. 

Parenthood is another big part of Kat’s identity, having two children herself, but we talk about the sacrifices that her parents made growing up. When her parents separated at the age of 6 she grew up with her father and had the most amazing time! However in reflection, Kat talks about the true sacrifices that he would have had to have made for their family, and she recognises this is something that she is also doing and experiencing with her own children!

Click here to learn more about Kat’s wellness journey!

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