Your emotional well being is so important and it’s even more important to be aware of when your energy is running low. Lately, I’ve been feeling like I’m running low on energy. I commit to so much on a daily basis. I work and blog while studying, I’m involved in my church’s youth ministry and worship team and it all takes a whole lot of work.
Every day of my working life, I walk past a line of cafes on Rokeby Road, Subiaco. Strangely enough, I have not set foot in any one of them. Well, it wouldn’t help if you’re always running late for work or finishing late. Let’s face it, this is Perth, where people are afraid of the night so cafes have to close before the sunlight runs out. So one fine sunny Saturday, my girlfriend and I decided to journey to Rokeby Road and conquer the all cafes there! Okay… We cafe-hopped to three of them.
Here is the summary of the cafes we rocked up to by Rokeby.
I have never been to a job interview before in the entire eighteen years of my life. Until today.
I’ve had a variety of jobs and with those, I was lucky enough not to go through the formal job hiring process. However, I knew I wouldn’t be able to avoid it for much longer. I started job hunting recently, looking for places where I could increase my skills and my experience. Then, about two weeks ago, I got a call from one of the places I had applied for and they called me in for an interview.
A Court and Mist and Fury is an incredible step up from A Court of Thorns and Roses. While I adored ACOTAR and its twist on the Beauty and the Beast fairy tale, I have to say, I have been blown away by A Court of Mist and Fury. It was said to be based off the story of Hades and Persephone and I believe Sarah J Maas used that story as a base to weave a compelling story here in the second book of the series.
Happy first day of spring, everyone! (Or Autumn, if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere?) It’s no secret to many of the people I know that I am a huge fan of the minimalist style of living, in particular, the aesthetic of it. There’s something so satisfying about a blank, white room with only a couple of […]
I think one of the most common things we struggle with in life today is our own identities. We struggle with coming to terms with who are as a person. Our minds get cluttered with everyday life things, so many things to aspire to that we can’t decide what to do. Throughout high school and even now, I struggle with this. I’m always finding inspiration in something and then get motivated to do it, until something new comes along and I forget about what I wanted to do before.
It’s the end of another month and we are already well into the second half of the year – I can’t believe it. It really does seem like the older I get, time moves quicker. Anyway, I thought that since it’s the end of the month and the start of a new one, I’d share some of my favourite beauty products from July.
Morgan Rhodes has left me completely breathless and anxious for the next book in the Falling Kingdoms series after this action-packed fourth book in the series: Frozen Tides.
We were walking down the streets in the heart of Fremantle and we stumbled upon this vibrant looking house… Turns out it was a cafe! In the name of spontaneity, plus we were cold and hungry, we decided to give this place a go. Oh, and if you decide to brunch Yocally too (wink wink), you won’t miss this place – walk down the street where the Millennium Hoyts cinema is and to your right, you’ll find this unique little cafe with a quirky sign “Yocal“.
One day, a lovely woman from my church contacted me and asked if I wanted a free facial – who doesn’t want a free facial? So obviously I jumped right on that train. My best friend and I went over there to get our facial and it was there that we were introduced to Artistry.