When Olivia Molly Rogers was crowned Miss Universe Australia, she knew exactly what she wanted to shine a light on: her struggles with disordered eating and anxiety.
While many of her Instagram followers are eager for her fashion, art and insanely cute dog content, the heart of Olivia's audience is there for her refreshingly honest voice on body positivity and mental health.
In Find Your Light, Olivia reveals more of her story - from growing up as a shy child using food as comfort, to the pressures of modelling life, to finally finding the confidence, courage and self-belief to compete on the world stage. Olivia also shares the helpful mantras, tips and tools she's used to heal, have a healthy relationship with food and embrace her body.
This is a book for anyone who wants to practise self-love, feel more confident inside and out, and overcome the challenges that can hold us all back from finding our light.
Olivia Molly Rogers was crowned Miss Universe Australia in 2017 - and quickly won millions of hearts with her infectious smile, kindness, charm and professional attitude.
Born in South Australia, Olivia has worked as a model and speech pathologist. Since her time as Miss Universe Australia, Olivia's profile has continued to grow, headlining national campaigns for the likes of Priceline Australia, Victoria Racing Club, and Diamond Exchange. She has also worked closely with nationally recognised brands, including Honda Australia, Essie, Sportsgirl, Bioderma, Bunnings, La Roche Posay, Seed Heritage, Bailey Nelson, Chadstone, City of Melbourne, Uniqlo and TOAST Society, and secured numerous hosting jobs for organisations such as David Jones, Intimina, Keep It Cleaner, SA Racing, Liptember and UN Women's Rights.
During her time as Miss Universe Australia, Olivia opened up about her experiences with anxiety, depression and eating disorders. Four years on, Olivia continues to use her platform to facilitate discussions about mental-health issues with the hope that it will help to reduce stigma and encourage other young Australians to speak up and seek support.
Olivia holds a TV Presenting Essentials qualification from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and has appeared multiple times on Channel Ten's The Project and Channel Seven's The Morning Show, as well as Channel Nine's The Today Show and Postcards and Channel Ten's Have You Been Paying Attention?. She has also graced the cover of Stellar magazine, South Australian Style and GC magazine, plus been interviewed by commercial radio stations and podcast shows across Australia.
Self-help & practical
Paperback - C format
Self-help & personal development