I feel this strange immense set of guilt every time I am too lazy to refuse a plastic bag at the store. You have one second to notify the staff member of your non-requirement and then it is too late. Only a second to take action. I might just be one person, but that's where everything… Continue reading plastic guilt.
It can't just be me who feels this. One moment you are loving life, so excited for the things to come, creating a vivid plan, and the next it plummets. Walking around like a zombie with minimal emotion or feeling, just trying to get through things one task at a time. If I had done… Continue reading musings :: miroslava duma.
While I get on with my daily life, there are some people out in the world who are continually creating, dreaming and doing. They have ideas and run with them. They do it even if it doesn’t end in profit - the core is joy and contentment. Part of the reason why I fail at… Continue reading ana strumpf.
My daily pleasure has now become to dream up tomorrow's outfit adventure and experiment. Never again do I want to repeat a look - not for the typical celebrity-led materialistic reasons, but because of the pure joy it brings. Same = boring = bad day. My daily guarantee of a creative burst even if life is… Continue reading coats of the world.
This post is much to be expected if you have been even vaguely following me. What can I say, Leandra Medine is just IT. Lately I've developed a new habit. Instead of scouring Facebook feeds or Instagram posts forever, and becoming seriously bored while waiting for public transport, I use my time more wisely. I… Continue reading musings :: leandra.
I've been planning this list for a long time, inspired after several conversations and the adventures of many. It was time to create the 30 before 30 list - all the things I need to accomplish before I hit the ripe old age, before my wisdom fully kicks in. So now I have just under… Continue reading 30 before 30.
Doing my constant magazine catch-up yesterday I found out about the Michelberger Hotel (thank you Elle for taking me to Berlin for a minute, and off the boring train ride home). Firstly, I just really want to go to Berlin now. I imagine the scene as a much more European-ised, genuine hipster-ised Melbourne. So all… Continue reading books books everywhere.
These photos are getting me even more excited for summer, if that is even possible. I crave the constant warmth and outdoor time. After a crazy busy week all I want to do is relax on the beach, and try to get rid of my terrible swimming-back-tan. It's people like Kelsea Kosko who I find… Continue reading new yorker for a day.
Laura Blythman is the ultimate kindergarten kid, and I absolutely adore it. She perfectly reflects my love of cutting and pasting and all things paper. One day, when money is never a fear, maybe I will just scrapbook my life away and collect even more ever-increasing piles of patterned paper and magazine cut-outs. There must… Continue reading obviously laura.
Oh Mr Selby is one of my faves. I wish I could meet as many inspiring people as he does everyday. Not sure if it is a prerequisite to being in an artistic industry - but how do all these folks live in such amazing spaces? They all have a loft, or a studio, or… Continue reading selby + creatives.