When There Aren’t Enough Lifeboats

When There Aren’t Enough Lifeboats

When anxiety hijacks my brain, a part of my mind realises what is happening and tries to jump onto the nearest lifeboat to safety. Sometimes we make it there, maybe sweating a little, but the worst has been avoided. Other days, we leave stragglers behind to drown when there just aren't enough lifeboats to save [...]

The Expectations of Growing Up

The Expectations of Growing Up

Growing up is weird. Am I an adult or still a child as I make my way through my twenties? People around me are getting married, having children and buying houses whilst I don't even like to make my own doctors appointments. As soon as you hit 21, it's like society delivers a gift at [...]

Addressing Cancel Culture

Addressing Cancel Culture

One mistake, one bad judgement, does not and cannot define a person. If it did, wouldn't we all be terrible people? I am no stranger to having my dirty laundry aired, so to speak, for the internet to see and hate me for. When screenshots from a private conversation are surprisingly made public, there's not [...]

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 [...]

The Internet is a Pint-Sized Blogger’s Best Friend

The Internet is a Pint-Sized Blogger’s Best Friend

To think I was a mere 12 years of age when I discovered this unfamiliar online portal that allowed me to interact with the world. I knew nothing about writing decent content or how to interact with other users. Social media was fresh communication for me - my friends had just started getting the hang [...]

Even My Anxiety Has Anxiety: Part One

Even My Anxiety Has Anxiety: Part One

It starts in my hands - tingling with pins and needles until I lose the ability to move them. I watch them twitch as they hang immobile by my side. Breathing becomes hard, as if my lungs instantly lose the capacity to circulate air – they’ve given up on keeping me alive. All hearing senses [...]

An Interview with AMY SHARK

An Interview with AMY SHARK

Anyone starting the new year with a #1 single on the iTunes and Aria charts, second place on triple j's Hottest 100 and a song peaking at 10 million plays on Spotify is more than likely guaranteed a great 2017 - that's the case for one Gold Coast artist who has warmed Australia's hearts. In [...]