Good Things Cannot Be Forced

Good Things Cannot Be Forced

First and foremost, a lot has happened in the short time I have been gone. I hope you and your close ones are well and safe, and for the first time in a long time, I have no words. I hope Sincerely, E can be a distraction - a place that is positive and enlightening [...]

A Hiatus.

A Hiatus.

I knew, deep down, when One Direction went on "hiatus" in 2016, they were never coming back. "A hiatus is just a break, they'll be back!", everyone said. And look where we are now. Forever a One Direction-less Directioner. This will be a short post, because unlike Harry, Niall, Liam, Zayn and Louis, I am [...]

From 12 to 21: The Lessons I’ve Learned

From 12 to 21: The Lessons I’ve Learned

Half of my life has been spent writing stories on the internet. I was only 12 years old when I stumbled across this story-telling portion of the web - there were a few other blogs floating about at the time, but nobody really knew what they were. And here we still are, hundreds of articles [...]

The Time I Dedicated a Tattoo to Tiffany’s

The Time I Dedicated a Tattoo to Tiffany’s

Much like a branding, "Please Return to Tiffany & Co New York" is stamped on the back of my leg for life. Why did I do it? Am I an Audrey Hepburn fan girl, or do I just love those tiny little blue boxes with dazzling diamonds inside? Let's start at the beginning. I'd like to [...]

An Interview with VERA BLUE

An Interview with VERA BLUE

Six years ago, there was no such thing as Vera Blue. But, there was a folk musician by the name of Celia Pavey. A 19-year-old Celia took a chance to make it big in her career as a singer-songwriter, auditioning for season 2 of The Voice Australia in 2013. She placed third, and a true [...]

Finding Myself at 20

Finding Myself at 20

My entire perspective changed with a small act of kindness. A complete stranger, as her good deed for the day, paid for my meal at the McDonald's drive thru a few weeks ago. She didn't know what I was ordering, I could have ordered food for 10 people for all she knew. But, that lady [...]

An Interview with HAIKU HANDS

An Interview with HAIKU HANDS

I am 99% sure I blasted the speakers out of my car this morning listening to Dare You Not to Dance, the latest single from Australian girl group, Haiku Hands. The song was only released this week, and it's already on my 'EVERY DAMN DAY' Spotify playlist and on repeat. I think I got literal chills [...]

Fashion Statements: The “Mood” Behind Viktor & Rolf’s Spring 2019 Collection

Fashion Statements: The “Mood” Behind Viktor & Rolf’s Spring 2019 Collection

Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren have spun fashion lovers from around the world into a whirlwind of love, confusion and relatable moods. The 2019 Spring collection of the iconic designer-duo was launched in Paris on Wednesday, and has since sparked an uproar in the global fashion community. The collection, titled Fashion Statements, is quite literally [...]

Five Skincare Products That Saved Me (And My Face)

Five Skincare Products That Saved Me (And My Face)

The one thing I love even more than my make-up... is my skincare. That satisfying and refreshing feeling of washing all the heavy make-up from my skin, looking like a panda for a few minutes, using my favourite oils, moisturisers and masks, and leaving a nice ring of orange make-up around the white bathroom sink. [...]

An Interview with SAMANTHA CHRISTIAN

An Interview with SAMANTHA CHRISTIAN

A magazine for women, by women. An iconic venture made right here in Tasmania, created by a loving mother-daughter duo. Introducing, the ONLY and FIRST EVER free magazine for women in Tasmania, LOIS. A community of passion, inspiration, empowerment and love. The mastermind behind this incredible creation Tassie has been gifted with, is Samantha Christian. The purpose [...]