Me vs The World

15 seconds. Short sentences. Images and diagrams. That’s all that our brains can consume in one sitting. The days of long articles and YouTube videos over 10 minutes are coming to an end, overtaken by memes and 10 second Tik Tok’s. This has forced content creators and writers, like me, to deeply look into what…

The Reality of Blogging Burnout

Blogging is a creative art. It can come in many different forms and is entirely directed by the author. Blogging requires consistent creativity, innovation and critical thinking. However, this can become difficult to sustain and can often lead to blogging burnout. In my short time of blogging, one of my goals has been to be…

Domestic Violence: A Broken System

21 women have been killed in Australia by a domestic partner in the last 21 weeks. We have been talking about domestic violence for multiple years now, and the government continues to fund organisations, so why is nothing changing? 4 days ago, a woman in Western Sydney was fatally stabbed by her husband in a…

News other than Coronavirus

Welcome to a new series on the blog! I don’t know about you, but I am already becoming bored with news about Covid-19, and it’s only going to get worse. Every media platform in the world is reporting almost solely on Coronavirus. It’s not surprising, but the endless stories will begin to take a toll…

Déjà vu

This post is a dramatic change from my regular political and societal opinion articles. As over the past few days, I have experienced an overwhelming feeling of déjà vu. Déjà vu is defined as a feeling of having already experienced the present situation. It can occur at random times when an event feels familiar or…

Is Respect Earned or Given?

This is a question which has been consistently debated over time. Often it is by students trying to explain why they can misbehave in front of teachers they dislike or by people refusing to succumb to authority by people in power. This is an important question to consider as respect is such an essential concept…