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The Fortunate Misfortunes of Going Off Course.

February 22, 2018
Japan Shinjuku Park

I was in the lift yesterday, on the way down to meet my mum during my lunch break, and couldn’t help but overhear a conversation going on behind me. One guy turns to another and says: “So I met my wife when she was in uni, and she used to party a lot and wake up with these really bad hangovers. One day she’d gone to the optometrist…


An Evening With Humans Of New York

February 20, 2018
Brandon Stanton Humans of New York

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK: Getting to listen to the man behind Humans of New York – Mr. Brandon Stanton. In my last semester of uni I took a third year management unit on leadership and one of our tasks was to select a leader to follow over the 12 weeks, and collect any materials we could find that demonstrated their style(s) of leadership. The actual assessment involved reading…


To The Haters – 5 Reasons Why I Love Starbucks.

January 15, 2018
Starbucks Melbourne Galleria

I’m well aware of the attitudes toward Starbucks in Australia and particularly, in Melbourne. When you were born and raised in a city that’s renown for its great coffee and hipster cafes in hidden laneways, people do wonder why you would choose to support a large American coffeehouse chain. I often get looks when I’m carrying around my coffee and when people notice they’re like “but why?” Well…


To My 8th Grade Teacher

January 5, 2018
Raindrops black and white road

I’ve been ruminating a lot as of late about the people who have unexpectedly and perhaps unknowingly left a significant mark on my life. It’s strange to think that some of these people may have already completely forgotten that I exist, but that actually gives me a level of comfort that I can’t fully explain. The first person that crosses my mind every time I drift through these…

Breakfast Carnegie Lunch

Calling All Bagel Lovers! Huff Bagelry, Carnegie: Review

July 14, 2017
Bagels from Huff Bagelry, Carnegie, Melbourne

If there were a Disneyland for all things bagel, Huff Bagelry would be it. From choc-chip to blueberry to pizza to poppyseed – Huff Bagelry has you covered. The bagels here (sans spreads or fillings) are the most affordable I’ve come across so far in Melbourne. The normal sized ones are around $1.20 – $1.30 each and their mini bagels are only $0.60! However, they do have a…


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