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A handful of honest “heads-up”s I wish I had been given before university

October 11, 2015 3:41 pm0 comments
A handful of honest “heads-up”s I wish I had been given before university

As many of your friends, family and probably the majority of the internet may have voiced to you, university is widely known as a life changing and reaffirming time in which you discover your true self, take on eye opening experiences, and make friendships that last a life time – […]

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‘Girls’ Hits Close to Home

February 10, 2013 12:30 pm2 comments
‘Girls’ Hits Close to Home

Something horrible happened to me last night. At a civilised Melbourne restaurant, over a plate of barramundi, my beloved father cut me off. That was it. In a quick conversation, the money well ran dry and I was left thirsty, alone and poor. I haven’t been a chronic leech. I […]

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Generation Game

September 24, 2012 3:20 pm0 comments
Generation Game

We’ve all heard the term ‘back in my day’, usually by grandparents and parents and more recently my own generation. Scrolling through Facebook there are always statuses and memes etc. complaining about the fact that children now-a-days have their own phone, and laptops and games consoles, but ‘back in my […]

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Life’s all about the learning

April 22, 2012 4:43 pm2 comments
Life’s all about the learning

What does it mean to “find yourself”? This term has been thrown around in various contexts throughout my life and I believe that it’s not until you actually have to do it that you understand exactly what it means. However, I think the term is limited. Listening to somebody’s woes, […]

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