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Learning my triggers

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While I consider myself to be in a much better place than what I used to be, I still find myself discovering new triggers in my normal day-to-day that can still take me by surprise.

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Reviving my Hamilton obsession

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I got to revive my Hamilton obsession this month, when I got to see it on the stage in Melbourne.

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Common Ph.D. obstacles

The struggle is real, and the long, cold nights are getting to me a bit.

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Making friends in random spots

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Friendships can be forged in the most unexpected situations and places sometimes.

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Do I have the energy?

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After getting COVID, I'm feeling like I don't have the energy for much right now.

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Movie review - Nope

Horses in a field.

Horses, a monkey and something in the sky.

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Ready, set, write

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Going through writer’s block? Here are some of the key things I go back to when I need a writing reset.

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The dilemma of decision

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As a person of many, many interests, I lately find myself double-guessing my choices when it comes to my future.

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Horses in the city

Horses eating in a field.

Peter… the horse is here, in North Adelaide to be exact. 

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Asking for help

A foggy landscape with a long, black road stretching far in the distance.

I had my first appointment with a psychologist in six years. Even after the mere hour, I left the building with a whole new perspective I could have never imagined for myself.

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