Art Imitates Life. Or perhaps Life Imitates Art?

I am a self-confessed old lady. I drink tea, get cranky at teenagers for being idiots, have an undying love for English literature, will fight anyone to the death over the virtues of physical books over eBooks, I genuinely enjoy watching test cricket, and my favourite television show of all time is The West Wing. […]

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Change.

I’ve always been a creature of habit. Logic works, it’s good. It allows me to plan, to block out times in my head for work, study, and play. I am a big fan of order. But life doesn’t work that way. It throws you around, and somehow you have to adapt. To find something new, […]

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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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