Over the last few weeks, I have had a fair few experiences that have made me feel insecure about my writing career and I have started to wonder if the way society measures success is accurate, never mind fair. When I say to people that I am a writer, I don’t always say it with … Continue reading How do we measure success?
When my fiancé and I arrived in Brisbane, we realised that it was Brisbane Comedy Festival and decided to attend. The only issue was that, being from England and not knowing the Australian comedy scene at all, we didn’t really know who was on the lineup. Our scientific method of picking whose show to see … Continue reading Conversations With… Danielle Walker
I was always writing when I was a child. Even if I wasn’t sat with a pen and paper, I was still inventing characters in my mind or describing tall tales to my friends on the playground. I’d spend my pocket money on new notebooks and fancy pens. I entered writing competitions and was successful. … Continue reading Keeping the dream alive
When we think of organ donation, we think of books like ‘My Sister’s Keeper’, pleas from desperate parents of sick children going viral or how it creates great ethical debates. We rarely ever stop to think of the people and the stories behind the issue and how organ donation quite simply does change lives. I remember … Continue reading Conversations with… Shannan Greenwood
Our relationship with our bed is arguably one of the most important yet undervalued relationships we maintain. Your bed is there for you at the end of every day, waiting to wrap you up into a warm cuddle and hold you in a safe embrace whilst you sleep. Your bed watches over you, through good … Continue reading Happiness Is… the cold side of the pillow