I haven’t written a proper post for such a long time, and since my mind has been a whirlwind today, I think now is the perfect time to change that. I’ve always been open with my thoughts and feelings here, this post is no exception. I’m about to get real, so if you’re not in … Continue reading The Snowball Effect
This is the horror movie I have been waiting for — it makes the Conjuring look like childsplay. Admittedly, I thought Veronica wasn't going to be that good. You know how it is with horror movies these days. You'll read a raving review and then watch the film yourself, and wonder what the reviewer was actually doing … Continue reading Veronica — Review
Six weeks ago today I stared down at the module assessment guide with a sense of impending doom. Not because I wasn’t enjoying the course anymore, I just couldn’t see how I was going to complete the last leg of the year. I felt like my creative river had run dry and I was out … Continue reading Year One complete
I can't believe I'm writing this in the year 2017. I remember discussing this with one of my classmates sometime back in high school, that this would one day be a thing of the past and in ten years time we'd all laugh about it, our children would never believe it was ever real. But … Continue reading Dear Australia and your lack of acceptance for love and marriage equality: screw you.
I shared this on my Facebook page earlier, but I think that I should also share it here. Depression does not discriminate against age, race, gender, religious or non religious beliefs, sporty and active people or creative people, it can affect anyone at any time. For some people, depression comes after a tragic event, such … Continue reading Depression: The Misunderstood Epidemic
empty cups with last drops of caffeine set aside grated plates in lonely canteens clothes in at the nearby dry clean just another day in the weekly routine blackened calender marked on number thirteen busy with time to kill and loaded guns in a day dream buy five get one free latte at wild bean … Continue reading Meine Offenbarung
Throughout my teenage years, I passed time in my room blasting music through headphones. Sometimes, when I thought my parents weren't around or I just didn't care, I'd unplug the headphones and blast it through the speakers. The neighbours would complain and I'd smile and wave out the window. Mum used to scream from downstairs … Continue reading Chester
This morning I fell asleep at around 2.30 and woke up at 7. This isn’t uncommon, I’ve never really had a regular sleep routine. But this morning it was like the bags under my eyes were so heavy, I could feel them. When I looked at my reflection in my window, it was like a … Continue reading Let’s talk about the state of mental health in New Zealand