Starting a Dinner Club
A couple of months ago, I was feeling overwhelmed by various negative things going on in the world. I was reading a lot in the news about sexism and violence towards women, and was also feeling frustrated by injustices I observed in my own life. I felt really tired at the thought of trying to […]
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Living With a Stranger
I’ve been in share accommodation for almost seven years, and besides from a stint at the University of Adelaide Village, I’ve never lived with a stranger. My houses have been populated with best friends, significant others or, at the very least, people I knew before sharing a bathroom and a postcode.
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Socialising is HARD
For some reason, I am a lot better at speaking formally at work or while making a creative project than I am at a party.
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In the Group
To some extent, groups at university feel like a reflection of groups that formed in high school. There are groups that focus on video games, or sports. There are people who fit a really popular ideal, and people who are slightly more on the fringe. That being said, the groups at university also seem to […]
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Adelaide is a small city, such that you will regularly see the same faces. There is something called the ‘Adelaide Rule’ (there is now because I made it up), which holds that, if you walk through the city, you will inevitably pass someone you know: an old school friend, a work colleague, or maybe just someone […]
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