political controversy

Everyday, our political system does something that makes me want to leave Australia and move to Canada. This is controversial. If you don’t like Australian politics, my views about the Liberal party, education and rights etc, please don’t read and don’t comment on this post.  – In breaking news today, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull unveiled…

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//INDIA////SUMMER “16//

INDIA, WHEN AM I GOING TO SEE YOU NEXT? SYDNEY ✈︎ MUMBAI ✈︎ NAVSARI ✈︎ MAHESHWAR ✈︎ NAVSARI ✈︎ DELHI ✈︎ AGRA ✈︎ DELHI ✈︎ SYDNEY   My summer was so perfect. I immersed myself in my heritage and learnt so much about myself, my culture and the heritage I’m so blessed to possess. India, life me on to your majestic…

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Things

There are nine things that I constantly need in my life to be happy: Single origin coffee – my preference is Guatemalan or Ecuadorian single origin coffee The ingredients for my various cups of custom blend black tea mixtures throughout the year The occasional glass of red wine (though I’m up for trying Moscato, I adore Baileys,…

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Eternal confusion

In a state of eternal confusion because I’m treating myself to a brekkie that isn’t blended into a smoothie, but I have a 15% assessment due next Thursday 🙃    Mmm raspberries, fresh avocado and a spiced simple omelet with sautéed chilli infused mushroom and red onion. So good. And of course a cup of…

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Feast 

Today was stressful. I know I shouldn’t complain because I only have 12 online hours at uni per week and some people have 30, but in between compulsory classes, meetings with professors and a migraine that wouldn’t quit, I’m allowed to say that today was a little stressful.  So coming home to the kitchen smelling…

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On the 9th day of Autumn 

It feels like a century since I posted a sunrise/sunset blog post     Peach sorbet skies making a return. Autumn definitely has the prettiest sunsets. So much beauty in one image.  But on that note, Sydney weather can you chill? It is hot AF and I’m impatiently waiting for the 21 degree days where I…

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