Sunset over Eagles Nest

I hope everyone had a lovely Easter and indulged on waaay too much chocolate. I know I did! My flatmate's family was kind enough to let me stay with them over the Easter break. Their home is situated in the picturesque Gippsland region, so I had a very relaxing break from uni life. One chilly evening Sarah and I... Continue Reading →


weekend update: 26/3/17

So, I had a pretty busy weekend. Here's how I spent it... Friday night: some friends and I had dinner and drinks at Fonda Mexican in Richmond. Mexican is my absolute favourite cuisine, so I was having a wow of a time. Afterwards, we went to the Corner Hotel to see Vallis Alps. They were insanely... Continue Reading →

album of the day

  Album: Sam's Town Artist: The Killers Year: 2006 The rundown: Sam's Town encapsulates everything good about the Killers. Like the band's debut album, Hot Fuss, Sam's Town radiates brooding angst and synth-pop. However, this album is darker, as if Brandon Flowers has grown up from the romantic teenager that he portrayed in Hot Fuss. Every song... Continue Reading →

street art of melbourne

Hosier lane is one of my favourite spots to visit in the city. It boasts incredible street art that is constantly changing. It can be found just across from Federation Square.

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 →

first week feelings.

I am currently sitting in my college flat, relaxing after the first week back at university. I am majoring in journalism and must admit, I'm not a fan of study. Not one bit. However, after meeting my tutors I feel a tad more optimistic about what I will be doing this semester. I will learn... Continue Reading →

2017 resolutions

We made it! The unbelievable year that was 2016 has finally come to an end. We can breathe a sigh of relief. The new year symbolises new beginnings for many, including myself. I have always been a firm believer in setting resolutions each new year. I rarely uphold them, but it's the thought that counts. For... Continue Reading →

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