Monthly Archives: August 2010

Death on a Factory Farm

Recently I watched a documentary called Death on a Factory Farm, which explored animal abuse on the Wiles Pig Farm in Ohio, USA and follows the subsequent court case against the Wiles as a result of animal cruelty allegations. I … Continue reading

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Blood, Sweat and Takeaways

There is more to reality TV than Australian Idol and MasterChef. Continue reading

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Cest La Vie Melbourne

And so the journey begins… In less than a weeks time, I will be heading to Maryvale, Queensland. The town is 20 minutes from Warwick, 1 hour from Toowoomba and Ipswich with jobs hard to come by, unless you have … Continue reading

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An ode to my female friends

There’s something magical about the relationship you have with your closest female friends. If you’re anything like me and you have a number of close female friends you can call on for support, advice, love and laughter than consider yourself … Continue reading

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Mindless repetition

Each person lives a life that they inherently choose to live. Unfortunately, most people live their lives in a state of groundhog day. It doesn’t matter what the day is, it’s always the same ol’ same ol’. These people feel … Continue reading

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Trying not to sweat the small stuff

I’ve been reading this book I found in an op-shop called, Don’t sweat the small stuff for women. I guess the title gives it away, but the book gives you 100 different pointers on how not to stress over the … Continue reading

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The Greens move forward

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