Writing

Writing my heart out

September 3, 2015
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There is something therapeutic about writing. I spent most of my Sunday indoors, writing. Sure, it was my university assignments but the units I’m doing this semester are extremely interesting. I’m studying Feature Writing and Creative Nonfiction. I have realised that I enjoy it more than fiction. Or maybe, I’m just a little better at it than fiction. The more I write, the more I know I want to continue doing this. I’ve noticed that writing is one of the…

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Out and About The great outdoors Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday: Box Vale Loop Hike

September 2, 2015
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A couple of weekends ago, I went on a hike after what seems like a long time! It was good for the soul and just what the mental health professional ordered. The company is always good and well, just being around nature does wonders for me. We hiked about 14 kilometres and completed the Box Vale Loop which is close to Mittagong in the Southern Highlands. It was a relatively easy walk except for one bitch of a climb that…

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The Month That Was

The month that was August 2015

September 1, 2015
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It’s the first day of spring and I couldn’t be more excited! The sun is already setting a little later than usual and when I leave home before six in the morning, there is some light in the horizon. It’s a nice change from leaving home in the dark and then getting back in the dark. I’m glad we are done with August. Now we can truly hit the last quarter of the year {Holidays are getting closer, people!} So…

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Books Reviews

Book Review: The Fictional Woman

August 28, 2015
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…by Tara Moss. The Fictional Woman is part-memoir, part sociological research¬†exploring the different labels or ‘fictions’ that are given to women. Moss’ main argument in her first nonfiction book is that it not natural for women to be treated unequally. She looks at the stereotypes that are associated with women and just how they originated. She questions the gross under-representation of women in parliament currently as well as the gender pay gap. She uses statistical facts to show just how…

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Out and About The great outdoors Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday: Weekend in Hyams Beach

August 26, 2015
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Mr Imperfect and I celebrated one year at the start of the month. We decided to go away for the weekend down to Hyams Beach in Jervis Bay. I’ve been to Hyams Beach a few times and I love it but Mr Imperfect hasn’t. So I figured I’d show him part of the south coast — an area I find so beautiful and delightful that I wouldn’t mind moving there someday. We stayed in a cottage 50 metres from the…

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