a worldly addiction
by Adelaide Haynes
How I’ve come to accept and love the skin I’m in.
I called Montreal home for 6 months and survived the depths of winter. Here are my first impressions.
It’s not everyday you turn 23 in Mexico. I decided to write about it. Olay!
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New year, new me! Just kidding, I quite like the me I’m becoming and turning into. The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to reflect and set goals for the year, and it’s pretty incredible to see how much I’ve grown and how far I’ve come in 12 months. It’s usually a… Continue reading →
You could mistake my Patricia for a 17 year old anxiously and eagerly awaiting their 18th birthday. Her energy and excitement is infectious, balanced by Pop’s mellow and calm presence. … Continue reading →
Can you believe it’s December?! We made it! Who would have thought we would finally be graced by the good vibes of Summer kicking in, daylight savings, and that sweet taste of optimism as 2021 approaches. November was an absolutely awesome month! With weekends filling up, people wanting to get out and about and the… Continue reading →
I recently found out that I’m losing my job. Which honestly didn’t come as a surprise given the economic impact that has hit higher education institutions across Australia. And whilst I am so grateful to have maintained my job throughout the pandemic, and realise how fortunate and lucky I have been to have a consistent… Continue reading →
Everything I wanted and more – October thanks for the good vibes and good times.… Continue reading →
Trips to Newcastle, Sydney and the Blue Mountains, discovering my new favourite vegetable (as if you don’t have one), watching some amazing movies and spending some quality time with amazing people. … Continue reading →
Playing touch footy, hiking around the north and south of Wollongong, a weekend trip to Canberra and some tunes that get my soul flying!… Continue reading →
There’s few places on earth I would refer to as truly magical. The South of Iceland, the mountains of Guatemala, the South West coast of Australia, the turquoise waters of Belize… they’re all pretty magical. But one place that I was lucky enough to grow up in, and somewhat call home to this day, is… Continue reading →
There’s certainly no such thing as a perfect break up. As the name suggests, when something breaks it often hurts. Something shatters and you have to be careful not to cut yourself as you pick up the fragments of broken glass. Perhaps it’s called a break ‘up’ because afterwards, everything is up in the air.… Continue reading →
Wow – the first time in years I’ve missed a monthly recap. I guess these times are what they all ‘unprecedented.’ Here’s what’s been going on, how I’ve been getting through and surviving. … Continue reading →