Boho Beach Minimalistic

It’s freezing here today so there’s nothing better to do then wrap myself in a blanket with a cup of tea, Pinterest and write a little bit. I’m in the middle of re-vamping my apartment’s interior. Nothing major, just superficial of course. A couple of trips to Ikea & K’Mart and it will be all…

The Good Foods: Bolton Street Pantry

Nestled away in Bolton Street, is the aptly named Bolton Street Pantry, a humble little café with good food and coffee on offer. The simplicity of this place just draws you in, it’s all white tiles, exposed concrete and clean lines. Light bulbs dangling from the roof and the timber tables all add to the…

The Good Foods: The Tea Project

A while ago, I dedicated a whole post to tea and how much I love it. So you can understand my excitement when I went to The Tea Project in Newcastle over the weekend. I’d been meaning to pop into The Tea Project for what seems like forever, but never actually got around to it….

Hunt & Gather – Sunset Gather

I love a good market as much as the next person and am very fortunate that where I live, there are some pretty decent markets regularly. My favourite market to wander round is the Hunt & Gather Markets, which are held in Newcastle’s Pacific Park on the 3rd Saturday of every month. Lately, the lovely…

The Good Foods: Miss Margarita Broadbeach

Mexican food is my absolute, all time favourite of all the foods. That being said, I like good Mexican. By good, I mean Mexican food that isn’t drowning in cheese and black beans. Miss Margarita on Broadbeach is the sister restaurant to its Byron Bay counterpart. When you first walk in, it feels like you’re…

Fash-un Slave (Interning)

With the news of Mary-Kate and Ashley’s interns suing them in the media at the moment, I thought it would be fitting to write a post about interning. (MK&A’s interns are suing for working ridic hours without pay or academic credit.) Being a PR/Communication student, I’ve done my fair share of interning. Some good, some…