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April

April

This month (or should I say last – its already well into May!) was in a word wholesome. Having finally established a routine, I wasn’t going to waste time stressing when I could be catching up with mates. April was beautiful. From the weather, which […]

My Parents Visited: Mexican Shakshouka

My Parents Visited: Mexican Shakshouka

I’ve got to admit, when my parents said they were coming for lunch I was completely stumped as to what to cook. How, on a student budget does one put together a passable meal for four people (my sister also joined the bandwagon) that also […]

March

March

March, what can I say? Firstly, a huge and sincere thankyou for rounding up the first quarter of the year so beautifully. From house parties  to nights spent in front of the TV and everything in between, I’m leaving March behind feeling lucky to be so […]

Dinner Party: Chicken Laksa & Nectarine ‘Cobbler’

Dinner Party: Chicken Laksa & Nectarine ‘Cobbler’

You know when you get so enthusiastic about an idea you go ahead and create an instagram for it and everything, but there’s only one post on it? Yep, that’s our house cooking page. (That being said, head over and chuck @__malnourished a follow because […]

February

February

Despite being the shortest month of the year, I managed to pack a lot into February. We kicked off the month by waking up early and hopping on a plane to New Zealand, where we spent a week on the Routeburn (read about the trek […]

Trek: The Routeburn

Trek: The Routeburn

The Lowdown Distance: 32 kilometres Location: Fiordland National Park and Mt Aspiring National Park, New Zealand Time: 3 full days (2 nights) With: Ultimate Hikes NZ This one wins points just on the fluke weather that we ended up having over the trek. Three days […]

10 Things to Do in Queenstown

10 Things to Do in Queenstown

That aren’t lining up for Fergburger Ok maybe doing this on the one month anniversary of my return from New Zealand isn’t the most efficient I’ve ever been, but the fact remains that Queenstown is very close to my heart so it had to get […]

January

January

Goodbye weekly, hello monthly! Now that January has come and gone, 2019 is well and truly underway but for me it does feel like the year has only just started. My first month back in Sydney was a hectic one. Running between an intensive three […]

Resolutions

Resolutions

What I’m leaving behind in 2018 (and what I’m taking with me) Seeing as everyone gives their opinions on New Years Resolutions around this time of year, I thought it was only appropriate that I write mine. A month away from this blog has theoretically […]

2018 Recap

2018 Recap

Alternatively: Everything I Learned in a Year I’ve lost track of how many blog posts I’ve written in the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, making use of the free wifi and perched on one of the several surprisingly uncomfortable chairs (seriously how difficult is it […]