Published by AWOL 21/09/18 While they may not have the hustle and bustle of Sydney, small towns in NSW offer everything from hidden beaches to quirky art to renowned restaurants. What these little locations lack in population, they make up for in personality. (And even if you’re a bright lights, big city dweller at heart,… Continue reading 5 Adorable Small Towns In NSW Worth The Road Trip
Published by Fodor's Travel on 20/04/2018 Guadalajara (along with its up-and-coming suburbs of Zapopan and Tlaquepaque) is an artistic hub with a long history of creativity and trade. Some skeptical Guadalajara transplants might tell you there’s not much to see in this sprawling state capital. The historic center of the city isn’t necessarily spectacular, the… Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Guadalajara Is Mexico’s Most Underrated Cultural Destination
Published by Dazed, 17/01/2018 For what’s supposed to be a democracy, the political situation in Mexico is notoriously undemocratic. The current president, Enrique Peña Nieto, is a member of PRI, the political party that ruled uninterrupted for 71 years from 1929 to 2000, and media bias, corruption and voter fraud have been consistently reported during… Continue reading The indigenous feminist rebel fighting to become Mexico’s president
Published by Junkee, 1/11/2017 We all know the jokes. Arts students are destined to end up working at a fast food chain or becoming professional baristas. Studying the humanities is not difficult or worthwhile, and we would be better off studying a ‘real’ degree that’ll result in a ‘real’ job. Following your passions is a guaranteed… Continue reading Is Sexism The Reason We Make Fun Of Arts Degrees?
Published by BUST Magazine, 13/09/17 Traveling is an experience that should be open to everyone, but often women are told that it is “too dangerous” for us to go into the world alone. (Which is ironic, because walking the streets in our own cities is also dangerous when it comes to sexual harassment and assault,… Continue reading 5 Things All Solo Female Travelers Should Know, According To Travel Writer Torre DeRoche
Published by Overland Literary Journal, 07/06/2017 You know how once you start to think about something intently, you begin to notice it everywhere? That happened to me when I decided that I wanted to be a writer. In fact, I already knew I wanted to be a writer, it’s just that I just decided that… Continue reading The Uncertain Future of an Emerging Writer
Published by Catalogue Magazine, 05/05/2017 The idea of the #Girlboss, a term coined by Sophia Amoruso with her book of the same name in 2014, seems harmless enough. It encapsulates a woman who is financially independent but also a funny, chill, ambitious, charismatic badass. She makes a lot of money and doesn’t feel bad about… Continue reading The ‘#Girlboss’ Era is Over and Let’s Make Sure it Never Comes Back