Three posts in one month! I am on a roll! Unfortunately, my posting will come to a grinding halt – okay, that’s a bit harsh, maybe more a slow deceleration – since uni… Continue reading


Ron Burgundy: You stay classy, San Diego. I’m Ron Burgundy? Ed Harken: Dammit. Who typed a question mark on the Teleprompter? Luckily, this didn’t happen to me during my week of newsreading this… Continue reading

more internships!

Wow, it’s been a while! Time has flown by since I last posted here. For the last few months I’ve been jumping from one commitment to the next but I’ve finally found some… Continue reading


The big 2-0. If you’ve seen my Twitter recently, you will know that at the beginning of this week I had the sudden realisation that I’m turning 20. I’ve been so absorbed in… Continue reading


It feels like I only came back from Cedar Creek yesterday, and yet I found myself going on yet another little road trip over the Easter weekend. Not that I’m complaining. This time… Continue reading

cedar creek

A few months ago, two of my friends and I decided we should do a little Saturday getaway to a little place called Cedar Creek. Located on Tambourine Mountain in the Gold Coast… Continue reading

laneway living

I recently came back from a short trip to the beautiful city of Melbourne! My friend and I had spontaneously booked these tickets a few months ago so, admittedly, I wasn’t really pumped… Continue reading


Happy new year! Here’s to 2013 – a year where I’ll (hopefully) graduate, travel some more, meet new people and enjoy each and every day as it comes. Here are just a few… Continue reading

vicarious holiday

It’s finally summer here in Australia! Beautiful blue skies, sunny days…and I’m stuck working. As a cheap alternative to travelling, I love waxing nostalgic with old holiday photos. These are from a trip… Continue reading

“an education”

It’s been a little hectic around here! Hen’s parties, bridal showers – the usual. I kid, but yes, it’s been hard to find time to write anything lately. As such, and to commemorate… Continue reading