flourishing

I am not a person, or a personality. I am a mixture of many influences that have infiltrated my being through every sense. I am the music that I listen to late at night, in the dark, under sheets. I am the art that I study, the colours and the textures and the atmosphere evoked.... Continue Reading →

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the liberating luncheon

There is something wonderfully empowering about doing things on your own. It is the kind of feeling you get after cutting off your hair, or reaching a long-term goal. This morning, after various blood tests and doctor appointments, I discovered that I am not dying (as Google had me believe). This was obviously fantastic news.... Continue Reading →

blast from the past: The Young Ones

      The Young Ones focuses on the lives of four highly unlikeable uni students that live together in a share house. Although the cult series is over thirty years old, there is nothing else like it. I first watched The Young Ones when I was a teenager. The bizarre humour, student stereotypes and... Continue Reading →

my 21st: a series of events.

I just had what was probably the biggest week of my year. I'll do a quick recap...amongst submitting university assignments, last week I went to the Wombats, had my college ball, went to Green Day, spent the weekend in Fitzroy with family, and turned 21. All in the space of six days. I am stuffed.... Continue Reading →

A moment in time

  Do you ever feel nostalgic for a time or place that you have never actually experienced? That is how I feel about the punk movement and the years that followed it. The way people lived and thought back then intrigues me. I long for the music, the fashion, the culture. I crave it so deeply... Continue Reading →

self-care

This weekend's events (or lack thereof) reminded me of the importance of self-care. Before I tell you why, let me explain that I live on campus at uni. It's a pretty social environment, which suits me because I don't like being alone for too long. However, I do need my own space, which I still have... Continue Reading →

style inspo: Jane Lane

  When I was a kid I thought Jane Lane was the coolest cartoon character ever. I used to draw these edgy little punk girls that were based on her look and attitude. She is daring, witty, creative, sarcastic and wears combat boots daily. She doesn't let anyone walk over her and pursues her passion for... Continue Reading →

my inner debate

Today I listened to a podcast. It was Mia Freedman's No Filter. In this specific episode she interviewed Australian comedian Wil Anderson. I have been a fan of Wil for years, so when I came across this episode I was all ears. It was interesting, but it was definitely not what I expected. At one point Mia... Continue Reading →

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