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Why I love walking

person walking at the park

The sweltering weather back home didn’t make walking any fun. On a hot afternoon, you probably wouldn’t make it 500m from your house without feeling some sweat trickle down your back. 

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Banana appreciation

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I have always loved bananas but here are some reasons why this unassuming yellow fruit has fueled my university career.

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Respecting your boundaries

A sign saying "Boundary Line"

If there is one thing I’m bringing with me into 2022, it’s boundaries.

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The Overland Track

The Overland Track

The Overland Track is a multi-day hike in Tasmania, and I am looking forward to tackling it over the summer.

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My final blog

Footprints in sand

What a year! After blogging for 30 weeks and submitting over 60 blogs – my time as a blogger is now ending.

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Knowing your love language

paper heart garland

Feeling loved and appreciated is an incredible feeling. Continue reading for my thoughts on the 'love languages'.

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Managing commitments

The silhouette of a man on a beach juggling three balls

This week, things have really started to pile up on me and it is making my work sloppy. So, I tried out a couple of organisational tools to keep me in check.

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The worst grade in my degree

report card with an A+

The other week I received a grade that would be the lowest mark I’ve ever received (and in the final semester of my degree)!

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Dream jobs

Suited person in an office sitting at a desk looking at a computer screen

“What do you want to be when you grow up?”

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Ted Lasso 2

Content warning: Please note that this piece mentions suicide. Some of the material might be distressing. We encourage you to take a break from reading if you need and take time to process the material. If you need support, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or visit the University’s Counselling website.

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