Epic camping

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Names Matter.

For those of you who don’t know me, I have had quite a fraught relationship with my parents (especially my mother – I think she’s a bit terrified of how similar we actually are). It’s on the mend now, and even though there are plenty of things on which we still disagree, I’m more inclined […]

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Brisbane: A Love Letter

There are many layers to her, if you take the time to get to know her. Isn’t that what they all say? She’s always been the middle child. The one who is so often overlooked. Quiet, introverted, some might say, though you think sometimes those people don’t really know the meaning of the word. She’s […]

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Casual Racism #1: Australian!?

This might turn into a more regular thing/page – I’m not really sure yet. But I have become aware of the fact that because I am generally a rather tolerant person, I tend to just ignore the instances of casual racism that pop up in my life. I do like to see the best in […]

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Haze

That was an awful lot of hatred, he thought. So much raw sinew and muscle and just… red. He tried to turn away from it, but it was everywhere. Stained onto his vision, into his bones. And he was so very cold. He was all ready to give up, all ready for the torrent of […]

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A Promise to Myself

It’s #MentalAs week on the ABC soon, and even in the general Australian vernacular, there has been an increased focus on mental health: namely, the issues with the system, the quality and accessibility of care, and what we can do about the rising rate of youth mental diagnoses. I watched the youth mental health forum that […]

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