There’s something terrifyingly empowering about saying no... let's take a look
Sex, travel, love... 8760 days on earth and here's what I've learnt so far...
I like to think I’m pretty strong and resilient, but I think I’ve come to realise that this strength is ignited by the people around me I’m lucky enough to call my friends.
Travelling to the other side of the country, relearning how to relax, connecting with my sister and a 5 day wedding... just the standard life of Adelaide.
Sexy sun safety, rules to live by to protect your vibe, and podcast hosts with soothing voices... thank you September!
The most successful friendships I have, are the ones that are a little like that beautiful little cactus on my window sill. It doesn't take much to keep a strong friendship alive, because it's tough af. Unlike the needy succulents sitting next to it that often require a lot of love, attention, water (but not too much. Those suckers are temperamental!
Fulfilling a life long dream and coming to terms the loving and accepting the imperfect in my life and work.
I was immediately riddled with doubt, anxiety and fear. I had never played touch football before, I didn't know the rules, I didn't know all the girls on the team, basically I didn't know what the fuck I was doing.
For a month that was so jam packed, I feel like I don't have a lot to show for it compared to other months (um hello where are all my pictures), but I think it's because it was spent with amazing people, creating amazing memories and just making the most of being alive!
Sometimes the hardest thing is just taking it easy. June, thanks for coming.
Fakin it til you make it, comparison-itis, adulting... the things no one tells you about finishing uni... what do you think?
Self-love, embarrassing high photos, wellbeing, trying a new sport, espresso martinis, and big little lies. May, thank you!