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Earlier this week I made the decision to go back to school. Well, not literally, but I wanted to get back into the habit of learning, and learning with others.
Being new to a community is often a daunting process. Trying to make a place for yourself in your new ‘local’ or bumping into your neighbors for the first time becomes stupidly scary.
This weekend I was lucky enough to escape the city madness and hit the coast with a couple of nearest and dearest. June has been a horrible month to say the least.
A photographic journal of a day in Melbourne.
Whenever winter is approaching I tend to turn into ‘crazy soup lady’; creating a soup out of whatever I find in the nooks and crannies about the kitchen.
I have so many childhood memories of heading to the local market with my parents, brother and sister in tow, aimlessly wandering around while they ticked off their list for the ‘weekly shop’.
With Easter fastly approaching and bringing with it a four-day long weekend, I decided to get out of the city.
A river running through a large city often divides its people, not only in a literal sense but also in regards to trends, lifestyle choices, music and culture.
I recently moved suburbs within Melbourne and thought it was high time I got to know my new community.
For all the vegan/gluten-free conscious people out and about in the city, Smith Street, Collingwood is definitely a good direction to head towards.