Monthly Archives: July 2017
Bullet Journal Inspo
Let’s talk bullet journals.
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A Day in The Adelaide Hills in Winter
Slip on your wellies and wrap a scarf around your neck. It’s time to head up to the Adelaide Hills on your next rainy winter day. You might associate the hills with warm summer afternoons at a winery, or Autumn leaves falling over Hahndorf, but it can be a great place to visit in winter, […]
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Vegetarian ‘Fake Meat’
Vegetarian bacon. Yes, it is as tasteless as it sounds. But, not all vegetarian and vegan ‘fake meats’ are total rubbish. Some of them are actually really good. I’ve only been meat-free for a year and a half, so I can’t pretend to have tried absolutely all fake meats, but I have tried enough to […]
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Review – Attack the Block (2011)
All the way back in 2011, first-time director Joe Cornish made a small budget British science-fiction action comedy about the alien invasion of a London council estate. As it happens, it also stars a before-they-were-famous John Boyega (Star Wars‘ Finn) and Jodie Wittaker (Doctor Who’s newly minted Thirteenth Doctor). And it’s absolutely great.
Making Effective Lists
We’re launching back into semester two, and we all know how easy it can be to get snowed under by all the things you have to do for uni. Hopefully everyone is feeling motivated and ready for the weeks ahead! I’ll be going through some key strategies for making effective lists and actually getting things done. This post will […]
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Sexual Health for Women: Things That Should Be Taught in Sex Ed
Let’s talk about vaginas! Yay!
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Book Recommendations: Contemporary Part II
Dear Readers, I hope you’ve had a lovely, restful weekend and maybe even got a little bit of recreational reading done? Here is a continuation of my previous post regarding contemporary book recommendations. The two below are ones that I have not read recently, but they have left a significant impression. If this post inspires […]
How Things Change When You Live With Your Partner
Moving in with your significant other is like finding out that cucumbers aren’t vegetables (they’re fruits). It doesn’t change your feelings towards the cucumber, but there is a shift in how you perceive the cucumber. There is a moment of, “Oh, that’s… interesting.” You had a concrete idea of what constitutes a cucumber, but when new information […]
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