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Budget, budget, budget

A calculator, pen, and folders sit on top of a pile of papers.

Uni students have to navigate their finances, sometimes without much prior knowledge.

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Pet therapy

A ragdoll cat lies on a rug.

Returning home after having to isolate, I was incredibly happy to reunite with my cat. 

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Review: Stephen King's On Writing

A pile of old books with a teacup perched on top.

I have never really been into non-fictional books but after trying out Stephen King's On Writing, I think I would like to give it a go.

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Preparing for next semester

Coloured highlights and sticky notes next to an open notebook on a table

It's never too early to start prepping for what's next!

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Longing for home

A house.

Feeling homesick always gets me on long uni breaks.

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Lightyear & nostalgia

A Buzz Lightyear figurine dressed in green and purple, in front of a lit up background.

I went to watch Disney Pixar's Lightyear at the cinema last weekend for some Toy Story nostalgia, and I absolutely loved it.

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A wellbeing sign-off

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This will be my final blog post as a student blogger, and I would like to reflect on some wellbeing thoughts and my time with student wellbeing.

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Finger cut

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Content warning: some descriptions involving blood from a finger cut.

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Gym guilt

Man standing in front of a weights mirror at the gym

Whenever I hear people talking about what they're doing at the gym or how often they're going, I will always feel guilty for not pushing my body harder.

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Exploring Adelaide city on my own

Person walking through bustling city streets.

Exploring cities by yourself can be lonely but this week I have been finding comfort in the solitude.

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