Feature image via Canva And she’s back at it again with the American holidays… Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and while it is primarily associated with the American holiday calendar, the notion of putting aside a day each year to give thanks for all that is good can be celebrated regardless of which hemisphere one lives in. For many of us, our lives are busy – we … Continue reading Thanksgiving Thoughts
Feature image via Canva If I had a dollar for each time somebody asked me what I’m doing with my life now that Uni has finished, I’d have enough money to purchase a plane ticket to the States. Really, I probably could. Since departing from Deakin at the end of September and moving back home temporarily from Melbourne, almost every person I’ve had a conversation … Continue reading So, What Comes Next?
Feature image via Canva I don’t like Facebook’s ‘On This Day’ feature. It always has a way of bringing me down and October has been no exception. Last week, Facebook reminded me that it had been a whole year since I live-blogged and tweeted the second U.S. Presidential Debate. This time last year, I was all sparkly-eyed and hopeful – the White House was going … Continue reading One Year On…And It Still Hurts
I love Halloween. It’s my favourite time of the year. And no, I’m not an American. I can’t remember the first year I started celebrating Halloween. I was obsessed with all things magic from a young age. I used to try and stay up to watch Charmed despite my parents banning me from watching the series because I had become that fixated on witchcraft. And perhaps, … Continue reading It’s Just a Bunch of Hocus Pocus
Feature image via Canva After three years, two degree swaps and copious amounts of coffee, I’ve finished my undergraduate course at Deakin! Hooray! While I don’t officially graduate until February 2018, a chapter of life is now finishing and it feels bittersweet. There is so much I could write about my time here at Deakin – all the ups and the downs. But I think, … Continue reading How I Ended Up Studying (and completing) a Journalism Degree
There is something that I saw once, somewhere on the interweb that caught my attention. At first, I thought it was a load of utter bullshit and pushed the damn thing aside, because of course, what this person was saying was just wrong. But now, at 22, I’m starting to realise it might’ve, in fact, been me that’s had it all wrong. Growing up is realising … Continue reading The One That Keeps Me Up At Night
Dearest New York, You are my home away from home; the city that stole a piece of my heart. I’m trying to recall the first time I fell in love with you. I know it was long before I got to see you in person. I think my obsession with you first began when I was twelve years old, watching a TV series called Ugly Betty. … Continue reading My Home Away from Home- A Love Letter to The City That Holds My Heart