Photo by Jordan Whitfield NB: this post is NOT sponsored by Swisse. I’m not Catriona Rowntree. Let’s be real – I am perpetually exhausted. I haven’t even had a chance to scratch myself in the past few weeks thanks to a culmination of working two jobs, uni, this blog, and everything else in between. The exhaustion has gotten to a point where I worked an … Continue reading Tired? Stress? You’ll feel (a little) better reading this!
As a daughter, there are few days you cherish with your mum – such as when you first get your license and have absolute freedom; and then there are those days that go down in the history books forever – such as when your mum says that trigger sentence: “let’s make an Instagram account for me!” Continue reading The Seven Step Itch (of Your Mum Getting an Instagram Account)
Photo by Jeremy Paige So building upon the previous post, you should be aware by now that I am basically a walking embarrassment. However, like the old adage, 2017 has bought out a new year, new me. And before you think I’m getting ahead of myself, this proclamation is built upon solid evidence! The story goes: Post a very very fun 21st (on a boat might … Continue reading Million dollar baby
Photo by Matthew Henry I’ve always been an awkward and clumsy gal. Whilst I have a variety of different abilities, functioning like a normal human being is just not one of them. I have somewhat given up on trying to act like a reasonable person in situations, and instead, decided to sacrifice myself for the meme. Below I have collated a few of my top most … Continue reading A Series of Embarrassing Events
Today, I experienced a phenomelbourne. Yes that’s the word baby of phenomenon and Melbourne, because I think it’s the only world that accurately describes my morning. No I don’t think you should drop it in conversations unless you want to appear socially inept. But wordisms aside, when we think of Melbourne, I’m sure it conjures up different images for each of us. Hormonal weather and aesthetically pleasing/overpriced foods are … Continue reading Made in Melbourne