Steph Claire Smith works on January 26 and says staff were given the option to switch public holiday


Steph Claire Smith goes to work on January 26 and reveals that her staff were given the option to ‘switch their public holiday to another day’

Steph Claire Smith has revealed she gave her staff the option to work on Australia Day and switch their public holiday to another day.

The Keep it Cleaner health app entrepreneur, 28, posted a selfie to Instagram of her in an office elevator and revealed she is working on the January 26 public holiday.

She looked ready to conquer the day in the photo and rocks a smart-casual outfit comprising of a white top, gray pants and sneakers.

Steph Claire Smith (pictured) has revealed she gave her staff the option to work on Australia Day and switch their public holiday to another day

Her hair was tied in a bun and she added a touch of glamour to her look with a gold necklace. 

‘Everyone on the team had the option to work today and switch the public holiday to another day,’ she wrote next to the photo.

Steph posted another image which had the words ‘not a date to celebrate’ in the shape of Australia.

The Keep it Cleaner health app entrepreneur, 28, posted a selfie to Instagram of her in an office elevator and revealed she is working on the January 26 public holiday

The Keep it Cleaner health app entrepreneur, 28, posted a selfie to Instagram of her in an office elevator and revealed she is working on the January 26 public holiday

It comes after Steph raged about a social media page dedicated to making fun of celebrity mistakes. 

She unleashed on the Celeb Spellcheck Instagram account last month after she was trolled for pretending to write in a journal for a sponsored post.

The fitness guru said during a Q&A it was akin to ‘bullying’ and she felt afraid of what people were saying in the comments section.

Steph posted another image which had the words 'not a date to celebrate' in the shape of Australia

Steph posted another image which had the words ‘not a date to celebrate’ in the shape of Australia

One fan asked: ‘Do pages like Celeb Spellcheck get annoying? Feels like they tend to target you.’

Steph responded: ‘I don’t follow the page, I haven’t for years and I find not knowing what’s posted about me is the best the best way to deal with it.’

The fitness influencer lives in Melbourne with her husband Josh Miller and their 19-month-old son Harvey.

The fitness influencer lives in Melbourne with her husband Josh Miller (right) and their 19-month-old son Harvey

The fitness influencer lives in Melbourne with her husband Josh Miller (right) and their 19-month-old son Harvey

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