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Tanya Hennessy

Radio announcer, comedian and writer

You can hear her across Australia on the Hit Network’s weekend breakfast, Saturday and Sunday 7am-9am. You can also pre order her book 'Am I Doing This Right?', releasing June 2018.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

I Have A Big Problem And Marie Kondo Can't Help

3 min read

There is a new show on Netflix every 20 minutes.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

The Question People Have To Stop Asking

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If one more person asks me this question, I’m gunna scream.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

How One Misplaced Lucking Fetter Screwed My Entire Day

2 min read

Damn my fat fingers for adding an extra letter to a website.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

Is It Worth Leaving The House Once You Hit 30?

3 min read

It seems people wear being a hermit as a badge of honour.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

Ways To Deal With Your Christmas Anxiety

3 min read

Do you hate Christmas? Not in a Grinch way… in an “I’m anxious and this is triggering” way?

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

The Best Day Of The Year To Propose

2 min read

Popping the big question? Read this first.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

Things You Should Never Do When You Get Back From Overseas

2 min read

Christmas is the best time of year.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

I Don't Get Why Some Aussies Are So Freaking Against Halloween

3 min read

I have always been a fan of Halloween. Always.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

The Weird AF Songs Meghan And Harry Shouldn't Sing To Their Bump

4 min read

If you listen closely, some nursery rhymes are royally messed up.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

Buying A Camel Online And Other Dumb Stuff I've Done Tired

2 min read

I am tired. Literally always.

Tanya Hennessy

Tanya Hennessy

My Name's Tanya And I'm An Addict

3 min read

I’m not being ironic or exaggerating. I wish.

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If You Visit A Theme Park As An Adult You'll Be Taken For A Ride

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I guess the reality is you’ll never get that unbridled joy of being a child back. The magic of theme parks is still there, it’s just seen with different eyes.