Sydney’s Hidden Eateries

1. 1821 – Made in Greece I can unreservedly proclaim that 1821, located at 122 Pitt St, Sydney, is the most glamorous, opulent and satisfying dining experience on offer in Sydney’s central business district. Over three levels of Athenian inspired interior design, paying homage to the Greek revolution against the Ottomans, designer Dimitris Economou has established a unparalled […]

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Styling Menswear

Throughout my years of retail experience, I have met men from various walks of life who have different levels of competence when ‘outfitting’. As a result, I felt it necessary to share some helpful hints and tips I have aquired from my 2.5 years working in men’s fashion. 1. Trans-seasonal Layering Tran-seasonal periods are when both men […]

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Travel Tips & Tricks: Cruises

  I went on a cruise. Now there’s something I never thought I would say/write. Whilst I have always loved travelling (if you couldn’t already tell after reading Honestly, Is Travelling In Your 20’s Really Worth It?), I never really gave crusing a second thought. For me a holidays correlated with planes, trains and everything in […]

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Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s day has always been a special event in my eyes. Albeit, I acknowledge that the day to many is merely driven by consumerism and Hallmark’s advertising team. To me on the other hand, it is a day of love, celebration, sentiment, romance and perhaps a cheeky rose or two! My partner, ever the romantic, […]

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Sydney’s Underrated Shopping Spots

A shared hobby between my mother and I is (and always has been) travelling to all corners of Sydney to find quaint, undiscovered shopping hubs. When our days off would align, there was never a question as to how we would spend the day – a mother, daughter bonding of sorts. Throughout the years, our love […]

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The Apprehensive Blogger: Failure & Embarrassment?

I can still recall the myriad of emotions I felt when my first year ‘Media and Communications’ tutor proclaimed, “You will be required to start a blog. You will be solely accountable for that blog. You are to post content regularly on said blog. Your blog is assessable.” EXHILIRATION?! …. CURIOSITY?! … UNEASYNESS?! .. Embarrassment! . […]

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Does Internationalising Education Promote Cultural Competency?

‘International education is Australia’s third biggest export earner, second only to the sale of natural resources of iron ore, coal and natural gas. It is worth $16 billion per year to the country’ (Sydney Morning Herald – The Threats of Exploiting Foreign Student). Students are sold the image of Australia as a secure nation, where multiculturalism […]

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