Endings and Beginnings
All good things must come to an end, as goes the old cliché. So it is for me at present with relation to the end of my share-house experience, as I embark upon the adventure of living with, and only with, my boyfriend of two years.
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I have mixed feelings when it comes to doing fancy things. By fancy things, I mean things that are fancy. Or rather, things that people think of as fancy, like fine dining, attending the the-A-ter, or that perennial South Australian pass-time: wine tasting.
The Crown is Deeply Personal
The much anticipated third season of Netflix’s The Crown hit the streaming service on November 18. The show is rightly much praised, for everything from its impeccable set design to understated yet insightful dialogue. I find each and every episode a pleasure to watch.
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For those who like to get into the Christmas spirit, these are my Christmas Culture recommendations based on my entirely subjective and undeniably #basic opinions.
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A Blocked Ear
This might not seem like that big of a deal (it’s really not), but my right ear is currently blocked. I’m assuming it is blocked by a build-up of wax (yum, I know), and that with the help of some ear drops I should be back to full function hearing very soon.
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In Praise of: The Amazing Race Australia
I love Channel 10’s The Amazing Race Australia. It airs twice a week, on Monday and Tuesday nights, and is must see TV for me.
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How To Be Afraid and Do It Anyway
I recently came across an Instagram story that I thought was particularly relevant to a struggle many of us face; that is, anxiety with regards to work, socialising, or studying. The post was titled ‘How To Be Afraid and Do it Anyway’ and lists a few practical strategies to enable you to control, harness, and […]
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Struggling With Sleep
I have always had trouble falling asleep. As a little kid, I was scared of pretty much everything, but most notably the dark. I couldn’t sleep without the hall light on, and even today I prefer to fall asleep with some background noise and a little bit of light coming through the window.
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I have found that a morning routine really helps me navigate my life and the challenges I have with depression and anxiety.
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In Praise of: The Adelaide Central Markets
The Adelaide Central Markets are one of the best things about our great city. The variety of produce available, from the freshest possible fruit and vegetables to the scrumptious pastries and cheeses and, of course, the array of revitalising coffee options, means there really is something for everyone.