Month: November 2018


One breath. The dandelion falls apart, into a hundred new stories.

Postcard from afar.

Remember when life had a lag? Before the instant gratification of broadcasting on Facebook and Instagram, when it took time for our lives to spread out and filter down. I remember one of the rituals […]

Free Solo.

Alex Honnold is an American climber who achieved notoriety in for his free-solo ascents of some of the most difficult mountain climbs in the world. Free-solo is the term used to describe climbing without the […]

The flight.

I was on a plane flying home from Sydney. All settled into my window seat and engaged in the mandatory nonchalant flipping through of the flight magazine whist actually┬áintently listening to what everyone else is […]

The Tupperware Crisis.

It seemed simple enough. Quickly wash up the small pile of dishes before heading out for a coffee at my favourite cafe. Mission accomplished in six minutes. I just had to put away that last […]

November likable links.

I thought I would start a monthly list of articles that I found worth lingering on whilst skipping around the world-wide web. Here’s the first batch: Somewhere slower: Byron Bay – an updated list of […]