9 months to go and my preparation doesn’t really extend past booking a Doctors appointment. Help me! … More STUDY ABROAD: The 9 Month Countdown
It’s no secret that food is one of my reasons for living, as is evidenced by my constant physical appearance of being ‘big boned’. Growing up, my mother was what I perceived to be a ‘health freak’, which was a bit of a big statement. I only really thought this because my friends at school … More Procrastination via COOKING
The little details of the colour scheme, the cake, bonbonnieres… are we going to have kids at the reception? What food should we eat? Will the speeches be before or after the main meal, and should we cut the cake later or earlier in the night? What music??? Will Grandma’s wheelchair have space? It’s never-ending … More WEDDING RECEPTIONS; What I’ve learnt after working at hundreds
I wake up, to my alarm on my phone. Check my phone, take it into the shower to play music, eat breakfast with my phone, play music in the car on my phone, use it on the train, have it with me in class… in fact, the only time I don’t have my phone constantly … More Why we all REALLY need a phone free day –
I’ve put off writing for a few months, and I’m not going to lie and say it was because I’ve been busy… A harsh break up, several big Uni assignments, intensity at work, as well as happy things; my brother’s graduation, working in my DREAM environment (the maternity unit!), and getting the news that I … More A Big Few Months
¡Hola bonitos! Today I wanted to give a little review of a trendy spot in Wollongong that has recently moved locations. His Boy Elroy was one of Wollongong’s first explorations into the evolving CBD for foodies, sitting in the aged yet notary Globe Lane. The iconic sliding wooden panel door became a testament to the changing … More HIS BOY ELROY – For dinner …
Gay marriage.. Euthanasia… Vaccination.. Circumcision….. Religion. Why is it so difficult for us as humans to tackle these topics? Recently I was in a class that confronted these topics among relative strangers. We were given the task of conversing about them, and sharing our opinions, while being sensitive to others around us to avoid possibilities … More The Difficult Topics.