Naomi Chambers About Me


I help creative and soul-driven entrepreneurs grow their business by offering them strategic support and assistance with marketing.

I’m here to help you develop marketing strategies, coordinate and implement them and assist you in areas you’d rather outsource and delegate to an experienced marketer, who has over a decade of combined experience in traditional and digital marketing, communications and administration (that's me!).

I live in Newcastle, Australia and have spent the majority of my career working in small business. In hindsight, I'm pretty sure life in micro and small business was my destiny. I grew up the daughter of a sole-trader, married a small business owner and with his encouragement, started my own business.

Now I'm here to help you grow yours.




I’ve never had a coffee in my whole life. There’s something about the smell that turns me off even drinking it. But I do love me a good herbal tea. And can drink multiple (and I mean, multiple!) cups a day. My husband jokes I have enough tea in our house to start a herbal tea store. The dream!

Crystals have a special place in my heart. I don’t understand everything about their healing properties, but I owe the success of my first business to them - I sold crystal jewellery and crystal homewares on eBay and Etsy - and find their uniqueness and qualities pretty magical. I’d say my favourites are rose quartz, amazonite and amethyst but honestly, I love them all.

I graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) and last year completed my Certificate in Content Marketing with ADMA. I also have a Diploma in Education (Secondary) which means yes, for a brief period in my life, I was also a teacher.

If the weather is nice on Sunday, you'll often find me with my husband at Bar Beach in Newcastle. If we could, we'd be at the beach every day.

The first blog I ever made was a fan site for Nathan Fillion. It still exists - it hasn't been updated since 2006 - and it's pretty hilarious.



If you think we’d make a great team and you'd like to work with me, feel free to reach out and say hello.