Category: Everything Else

DAY 26: My Environmental Goals for 2018 (30-Day Personal Blog Challenge)

I’ve always been passionate about environmental issues, but in the past it was hard to live an environmentally-friendly life without social support. I just didn’t have people around me who shared the same enthusiasm over not eating meat or recycling. There was no one to encourage me to keep going or keep me accountable. Over the

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DAY 23: Stay-At-Home Mom Guilt is Real (30-Day Personal Blog Challenge)

In my household, my husband and I have very traditional roles. He earns the money and handles all the bills and administrative nitty gritty, and I look after the kids and the house. He has zero designated chores. I know a lot of husbands may do things like wash the dishes, do the laundry, take

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DAY 18: What If You Could Control Your Dreams At Night? (30-Day Personal Blog Challenge)

A couple days ago, I mentioned Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory (HSAM) in my blog post. HSAM is basically a condition where a person is able to effortlessly recall their life experiences in extreme detail, even from the time they were just a couple weeks old. What I find intriguing is that people who have this condition usually seem

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DAY 3: Dumpster Diving (30-Day Personal Blog Challenge)

Today we went dumpster diving at our local market. What is dumpster diving? Exactly that. It gets its name from people who dive into dumpsters to rescue perfectly edible food or products that are in good condition and don’t deserve to head to the landfill to add to our pollution on earth. You may think only poor students

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Blood: Attract and Repel (An exhibition)

Poster from Science Gallery Melbourne Blood: Attract and Repel is an exhibition by Science Gallery Melbourne that runs until 23 Septermber 2017 at Melbourne University. It’s held at the Science Gallery, which is at the Frank Tate Building and is free to view. Endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome portrayed in candy…mmmm… This exhibition is honestly like

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The Importance of Living in Truth and Looking After Yourself

A key part of living a happy and fulfilling life is to always be 100% truthful about who you are and what you want/need out of life. There is no right or wrong (as long as you don’t recklessly hurt others)- everyone has different beliefs, morals, outlooks etc. The important thing is that you know

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You are My Everything…NOT

Saying ‘”I do” doesn’t mean becoming co-dependent I am a romantic. I used to be, anyway. I loved watching and reading about all-consuming loves like in Moulin Rogue and all those sappy Nicholas Sparks novels. I always dreamed of getting married and having kids young. I loved the thought of loving and being loved, needing and being

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