Looks like fudge. Feels like fudge. But it will keep you more satiated. It's rich and creamy, smooth and delicious. It melts in your mouth and is the perfect accompaniment to a steaming mug of tea or coffee. Iron rich, protein rich, full of healthy fats, no added sugars, no GMO, gluten friendly. It's the … Continue reading not quite fudge
Let an iPhone 6S Plus meet the one star everyone needs in their life. All shots are taken on an iPhone, and they vary from sunrise to sunset in Sydney, India and South Africa. I don't know whether I'd call my love for photos a passion, but there's something deep and meaningful behind all … Continue reading S O L A R
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I am nineteen years old. I live in Sydney. And I've never gotten drunk. I must be a national horror. Laugh at me all you want. I don't see my drunk status, or lack thereof, as a bad thing. - Let's start this post off with a little story: I was sat in one of … Continue reading Blame it
Log kya kehenge? - This question has the power to incite fear, bemusement, desperation and anger in many of us. What will people say? This question has broken so many dreams. It’s shattered so many aspirations. And it’s time we stopped fearing a three word question and broke through the systemic desire to conform to … Continue reading What will people say?
We aren’t known by our skin. We aren’t recognised by our achievements. We aren’t celebrated for our successes. We’re known as the fair skinned beauties or the darked skinned disappointments. - After perhaps one of the most exhilarating and eye opening experiences of my life, I returned from Europe on a high. Tanned, high on … Continue reading TONES
We stand for equality, here in Australia. I think that's a joke. - For the past two weeks, the following things have headlined Australian media stations nationally: Donald Trump and his frankly disastrous grip on America and its politics, terrorism, Princess Diana (yes we're part of the Commonwealth, but what did she do for Australia?) … Continue reading The equality agenda
Majestic. Vibrant. Imperial. In every sense, London can be summed up in those three words. You enter London through one of the most chaotic but also grand scale international airports. It's an overload of British accents ranging from Cockney to Manchester and a funny combination of Brirish as I coined it (British and Irish). It's … Continue reading London diaries (extended)
Firstly, excuse how vacant I've been since June started and finished. In the midst of finals, a wedding and packing for Europe, publishing took a little step aside. But I have been continuously writing. - I'm posting from a vantage point in Paris as I wait for the Bastille Day fireworks. I thought it would … Continue reading LONDON DIARIES
POST EIGHT Have you wondered what it’s like to coexist in two places at once? To be physically, mentally and emotionally present in not one, but two realistic and very real environments? For many, it’s a daily occurrence. I’m not referring to some out of body, science fiction-esque experience. I’m referring to being bicultural. For … Continue reading defined