I’ve always wished that I could be the kind of person that is spontaneous and can just go with the flow. That I could be comfortable not having everything planned out for me. I thought that my solo trip to Europe next month would be a perfect chance to experience that kind of spontaneity. Originally … Continue reading I’m not spontaneous, and that’s okay.
I Don't Feel at Home In This World Anymore is an unfolding existential crises and a search for morality when everybody seems to put themselves first. For me, the heart of this crime comedy is about finding tenderness in a world full of ‘arseholes.’ Melanie Lynskey (Heavenly Creatures) plays Ruth: A depressed nurse, ground down … Continue reading Neflix Gold: I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore
The inconvenient truth of this exponentially technological, overly connected society within which we reside, is that despite the fact that not everyone should necessarily be sharing their passions, opinions or lunch with the entire internet... Everyone can.
As a writer trying to improve their craft, it's worthwhile selecting books that enhance and challenge personal skills. It's not that you can't read for fun or that you have to hide all your "shameful" copies of Twilight (like I once did). I only suggest you select a book that challenges your views on writing—and perhaps, … Continue reading A Review for Writers: ‘The Outsider’ by Albert Camus
Explaining my feelings about Peter V. Brett’s ‘The Painted Man’ makes me feel like I’ve developed a split personality. Brett’s debut novel is refreshingly innovative in the fantasy world, a genre that often feels offensively derivative. The premise, characters, and pacing of the first book in Brett’s ‘Demon Cycle’ series are on point. However, Brett’s … Continue reading ‘The Painted Man’ Review
On Sunday my second cousin, Carter, turned one. My cousin and her partner went to extraordinary efforts to make it a day to be remembered, and remembered it will be by all but the birthday girl, whose youth ensures that her recollection of the extravagant day will be basically non-existent. So how did the party … Continue reading My Second Cousin’s First Birthday Party: A Review
Saturday the 6th of May commemorates the day a sea of people painted themselves in glitter and lined up outside the Bendigo Showgrounds in anticipation for the incredible lineup of this years Groovin the Moo, presented by Cattle Yard, triple j and Spotify. The crowd was buzzing with excitement and the need to dance. Walking into the Showgrounds … Continue reading A Day for Moving, A Day for Groovin! Groovin The Moo 2017
Note: This review is intended for fans of video games, PlayStation 4 owners, nerds and other basement dwelling professional hot dog eaters. The purpose of this review is to inform these individuals on whether or not they should waste their time, money and life on yet another computer game, specifically this one. Enjoy! If you're … Continue reading Review: Bloodborne (2015)
Art should disturb the comfortable and comfort the disturbed; Australia’s Indigenous Contemporary Dance Company, Bangarra, does this, with precision.
Bad hair day: Ain't nobody got time for that - Anon It is important to try and look your best all the time. Having a good hair style is vital in achieving this. A wise person once said, "Your hair is 90% of your selfie". What's difficult though is to find the right product for … Continue reading Hair Grooming: The Slick Comparison