Family Interview

It’s been a pretty memorable month! To give you some background, last year myself and my two older sisters, Cerise and Candice, gave an interview to the Sunday Life Magazine for what we thought would be a small column. It was a light-hearted interview reflecting on our childhood experience as siblings attending different high schools. Months later, […]

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Travel Chile: San Pedro De Atacama

The driest and highest desert in the world, rolling sand dunes, steaming geysers, gurgling volcanoes, flamingo-dotted salt flats, snow-capped peaks and crystal blue lagoons, Chile’s Atacama Desert is a photographer’s dream. Somehow though, more pervasive then the visual feast, is an undefinable otherworldliness that you simply can’t shake. Set in the red dusty Chilean border of […]

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2017 Recap

I love a recap so I’ve hit the keyboard to look at my year that was! Full disclosure before you read on, while everyone experiences ups and downs (myself included), this recap focuses only on the positive because who wants to end the year being a negative nelly? In 2017 I was lucky to have plenty […]

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My Sister’s Perfectly Melbourne Wedding

In April this year my sister Candice married her partner.   Of everyone in my family Candice is by far the most organised, and true to form she arranged every wedding detail herself, including her hens party. With the maid-of-honour role requiring no work and just the glory of the title at stake, my sister […]

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North Queeensland Getaway AKA Wedding Planning

Rather than contend with Melbourne’s unpredictable weather, and given my love of palm trees and tropical greenery, I’m going to have a destination wedding! Australia has so many stunning locations that fit the brief, but sunny North Queensland is hard to beat. The destination wedding business is booming and with plenty of options to explore […]

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The Proposal

A little over a month ago my partner and I got engaged. I’m quite private with my relationship, but it feels nice to share such an important moment in life. We’ve been together for a long time and it wasn’t a question of whether we would get engaged, so much as when would we get engaged. I’m […]

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Thank You for the Music

If I don’t get my daily dose of music I go stir crazy. I don’t need to break out in song or dance, just a subtle foot tap while on the train to work, or stomping to the beat during a brisk stroll. Music makes mundane tasks one hundred times better. I was rapt to […]

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Travel USA: Vegas Baby

Like so many others, Las Vegas has been on my bucket list for a while.   While I expected the decadent flashiness of the Strip, I was surprised by the striking arid desert and snow-capped mountains that are Sin City’s backdrop. I’m not ashamed to say it, Las Vegas was kind of captivating.   Our […]

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Travel USA: A Taste of America’s South West

Deep in the southwest of America, the town of Santa Fe was once the battleground of cowboys and Indians. Native American tribes and outlaws roamed the countryside and the town housed and jailed many outlaw legends including Billy the Kid (he is buried in Santa Fe!). While visiting Santa Fe, my travel buddy and I had an unexpected introduction into American […]

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Happy Birthday To Me!

Last week I crept over the border of the mid-twenties and turned twenty-eight! It’s a strange interim age where I don’t feel old but I don’t feel young. You know, while I don’t yet crave hard boiled lollies, I do recognise the merit in afternoon napping. When I was nine my idea of the perfect […]

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