I’ve written a whole bunch of bullshit (let’s call a spade a spade) about change, adapting etc and so forth.
But here’s the truth – as much as I think and I pride myself on the fact that I’m pretty damn adaptable and can shape shift in accordance to my surrounding, I in fact can not.
I struggle with it, and I’ll struggle with it for months. I’ll find myself taking the baby steps to adapt, get into a rut and then revert back to comfort; plainly because I don’t want to face it – the reality, fear whatever.
Comfort is safe, and as humans we cling on to comfort when placed in new situations/surroundings; because comfort is “home”. READ MORE
Close friends of mine described me as being like water.
Adaptable, formless, shapeless. It gives life but can also destroy. It can change between being calm and then destructive within minutes. Water flows; never stopping, never stable.
I was confused about it for a while.
Because being formless and shapeless means that I have no sense of direction. I have no sense of anything unless I’m put into a container.
It got me thinking – is being like water a bad thing? READ MORE
Since the beginning of time, there’s always been a battle between the nice guys and the assholes.
Let’s get one thing straight ok nice guys, let us not blur the lines and between assholes and douchebags and categories them as one and the same.
Yeah, I’m defending the assholes. They may be a pain in ass to be with, there may be times where they frustrate the fuck out of you, but out of all the guy stereotypes, they are my favorite, and here’s why. READ MORE
Melbournians absolutely love brunch. Ok, so brunch is more of a suburban/city dweller kind of weekend activity, but its still a pretty awesome tradition especially hangover brunch.
So with this increase in the popularity of brunch culture, and having tried a good years worth of brunch serving type places (seriously, brunch places pop up so rapidly in Melbourne, that its hard to keep a track of), below is a mini guide on my all time favourites – in no particular order, just the ones I frequent. READ MORE
Let’s talk about why I blog. Why put it out on such a public forum where people are able to scrutinize my writing and why allow them into the wonderful world of confusion that is my mind.
Basically, from way back when, the reason to why I blog was because I found writing was the best platform for me to express my thoughts and feelings.
The words just seem to spill out effortlessly, and everything made more sense when I would write/type it out. It was so easy to explain how I felt through the written word than verbally. READ MORE