Dating Blogger, Relationship Coach and TV Presenter
Since being launched into the spotlight in 2007 as the international winner of Miss Inside Sport, Renee has gone on to become a familiar face in the industry. Her national and international modelling career has seen her grace many mainstream magazine front covers, billboards and popular brands.
Becoming a national finalist for Miss Universe Australia in 2009 propelled Renee into the public eye as a role model for young women and guest at many social and media events.
During this period Renee began developing her accomplished TV presenting career and worked with several networks such as 7, 9 , 10 , ONEHD, TVSN, TV4ME and Fox Sports. In 2012, Renee finished filming the first comeback season of channel 7’s The Price Is Right as one of the two female models alongside Larry Emdur. As well as this Renee has just been filmed as the face and presenter of Myer’s brand new fashion TV show which was just shortly after she presented for Channel 10 for the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
Renee’s passion for writing and educating women on how to have healthy relationships resulted in the launch of her successful blog www.thedatingdirectory.co which has allowed her to become an international professional relationship and dating blogger. She continues to contribute to publications and websites worldwide including The Huffington Post, RSVP.com, Plenty of Fish, E harmony , The Urban Dater, Fitness First Magazine and My Single Connections, and was most recently asked to be an expert partner with Your Tango.
Renee continues to have an impact globally on women encouraging them to shine through any situation and build the life and relationship they deserve and will be launching an e-book this year.
Let's face it, internet dating isn't everyone's cup of tea. While there may be more ways to meet people than ever before, it doesn't necessarily mean everyone is comfortable with the idea of clicking and swiping for the perfect partner. So what did we do when we wanted to meet someone before the internet came along?
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Dating and relationships are so hot right now. You only have to turn on your TV, radio or computer to see our constant fascination with finding love. So why then, if we have more ways to find love, are our relationships failing?
It's hard to just let go of someone who has been a big part of your existence, especially if the separation was on good and mutual terms. But does this mean that we have to remain friends with the person we use to be in love with?
It's never easy admitting to friends and family, let alone yourself, when you are not in the most ideal relationship. Living in hope seems like the lesser evils of breaking up or staying in an unhappy place.
Guaranteed we can date the wrong people constantly, however there does come a point where we have to stop and take a long, hard look at ourselves. If you aren't sure if you are self sabotaging your relationship, here's five signs that indicate you might be your own worst enemy.
This week's announcement from Channel 10 that Richie Strahan is the newest Bachelor has not only set hearts a-flutter but also given us yet another reason to cancel any plans and break out the popcorn. But it also leaves us asking the golden question: Is it really possible to find the love of your life on TV?
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