Monthly Archives: October 2018
You land in Goldshire after a short flight from Stormwind City. The ground crunches loudly underfoot – a stark contrast to the deafening silence of a town usually bustling with activity. It is Hallow’s End and you anticipate the Headless Horseman’s arrival in the town square soon – he is, in fact, the entire reason […]
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What If I Didn’t Have to Work?
So much is automated now: the coles check-out, the dish-washing, the cars. What if everything was automated? What would I do?
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The Story of Shanghai: Part 1
My Global IQ buddy Charlotte is going to Shanghai soon. Jesse, one of our lovely bloggers, is also considering going there. I think it’s quite necessary to try my best to introduce Shanghai so they can get a bit information before they go.
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A Bad Night’s Sleep
I’ve been trying for years to have a good sleep. Years. At what point should I call it quits and just accept that my sleep is eternally screwed up, despite all my best efforts?
How To Complete An Assignment One Week Before It’s Due
I have an assignment due in one week and am notorious for a lack of time management. So hopefully some advice from the counselling service will be able to help.
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What’s Next? Post University Choices.
You’ve handed in your last assignment. You’ve paid off any debts you owe to the university. Once the grades are in, you’ve officially left your university career behind you. So, what comes next? What answers can you give the kindly-yet-annoyingly-persistent questions of your closest friends and family?
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Going to a Concert with Friends
I haven’t been to a live music gig since 2013, when the Big Day Out festival still existed and I was an enthusiastic twenty-year-old.
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Simply Soundtracks: Ori and the Blind Forest
I discovered Ori and the Blind Forest by listening to the soundtrack first, and it gained popularity because of how amazing both the soundtrack and the visual artwork. FULLY recommend it, if not for the soundtrack, just search for images of it. I promise you’ll be blown away.
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