Despite never really being an animal/pet person, I love our family dog (a Cocker spaniel named Honey) more than words can even explain. It wasn’t until we got our first family pet, that I realised just how fascinating animal life really is and the way they bare various similarities to the human race. Take Honey,… Continue reading The Injustice Between Human & Animal Suffering
Welfare, poverty, the doll and unemployment are all seen as disgusting words that often cause many people to be looked down upon and shunned within our society. When thinking about poverty, Australia is definitely not the first country that comes to mind, yet 13.3% of all Australians are living in poverty. In Australia, those getting… Continue reading Struggle Street
I know myself, being a full-time university student as well as juggling two part-time jobs, trying to keep in contact with friends and family, maintain a social life, and consistently get good marks, whilst also finding down time to relax, sleep and eat is challenging, to say the least! It’s only the 3rd week back… Continue reading Research Proposal: Uni & Work Vs. A Social Life
Most recently, it has become rather apparent that society (particularly millennials) are obsessed with taking selfies wherever and whenever. I know I’m definitely guilty of the occasional selfie spree, whilst enjoying a night out with friends and family (and I’m far from being alone)! As such, this magical concept called a ‘selfie’ is utilised mostly… Continue reading Why the ‘Selfie Obsession’?
Curiosity is ultimately the main forces connecting us to the entire human population. If we weren’t curious we’d be very boring members of society. Curiosity inspires us to try different food, meet new people, travel to different places and take on all kinds of new experiences. No two people in this world are ever exactly… Continue reading Learning to be Curious