Sanity Returns

You know, I think glass balustrading might be the first normal idea Sandra has had for this office, ever. There’s a divide between the upper management and down on the lower floor where everyone else works, and you can tell that the building wasn’t well-converted because they still have the old wooden banister there. It …

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Necessary Shock Protection

I will admit, when I was a lot younger, I did NOT have the proper respect for the the power of electricity. I was that toddler who was never given any metal cutlery, because I’d take it the nearest power outlet because I thought it was fun. Eventually my parents just put shock protectors on …

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The Australian Dream

I know, air conditioning in the bedroom is ‘the dream’. You could almost say it was the Australian Dream. For Americans, it’s owning a home. For Australians, it’s having air conditioning in the bedroom AND the lounge. Like, wow, slow down, Sheila. You wouldn’t want to be accused of tall poppy syndrome by having TOO …

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Get Hydrated!

‘Lemonade is overrated, it’s time to get hydrated!’ As a slogan, it works. I’m still kind of annoyed that the name is ‘Citrus Free September’ and not something more clever. Okay, this isn’t as easy as I thought, and besides, I’m just designing the poster for a Youth Club. Personally, I’m taking a break from …

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Simulating Lives

I just started visiting this website that discuss games in-depth, and I feel like I’ve found my ‘people’. There are so many sites out there that do game news, some have editorials and features, but Joystick Jabber is where the true game lovers congregate. No junk, just quality discussions. For example, did you know that …

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The Perfect Bag

It’s not every day you get invited to a movie premiere. It’s every OTHER day for me, but I’m working my way up as a fabulous socialite and you have to start somewhere. Once I get invited to them every single night…that’s when I’ll know I’ve made it. I’ll still reject 90% of invitations because …

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Faux Foot Problems

My friend Karina is always seemingly suffering some new and unusual health problem, which invariably ends up dominating the conversation at any given catch-up. I wouldn’t mind if I didn’t secretly suspect that she’s a hypochondriac. This week, foot problems are the order of the day. Apparently, her arches are playing up. I shouldn’t be …

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Fungal Nail Child

I know exactly what to say to my twin when we meet: “How’s your life been, unfettered by foot problems?” Of course, my fungal nail infection cleared up pretty much a few months after I was born, but I’d been whisked away to a small community in the country, and soon, everyone knew what was …

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That Cold Mountain

I’m usually not a massive fan of industries, especially ones that are successful and make a lot of money. The best tea shop is one you could go to one day and find has closed down, because you and your friends were the only customers. That way, you know it’s not beholden to the man, …

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Brunch and Relax

Well, at least the Oven Tea Party challenge is over, because the whole thing just made me nervous. Even if an oven isn’t on, you just…shouldn’t get inside one. Not unless you’re cleaning it. Although while I was busy worrying about the youth of today, my nephew goes and opens his own cafe. It’s been …

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