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USA Trip: Beautiful Boston

USA Trip: Beautiful Boston

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In the few days I spent in Boston, I absolutely fell in love with it. I do not know whether it is due to the fact that it is now the first place I have ever seen snow, the first place I saw squirrels on this trip (I am obsessed with them every time I come to the United States) or that it is home to more Kennedy family history that I could possibly soak in, but…

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USA Trip: Viva Las Vegas!

About a week ago, I arrived home from my dream trip to the United States to celebrate my 21st birthday. And that is exactly what it was – a dream come true! It exceeded my wildest expectations. I spent a ridiculous amount of time researching and planning the trip, so it was incredibly rewarding for it to pay off. Unsurprisingly, I want to blog about…

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Shellac manicure, sequin dresses, birthday sash and camera all prepared…
I’M READY TO GO TO LAS VEGAS TOMORROW!!!

Shellac manicure, sequin dresses, birthday sash and camera all prepared…

I’M READY TO GO TO LAS VEGAS TOMORROW!!!


DIY: America / 4th of July Party Ideas

As I mentioned in my previous post, I recently had my America-themed 21st birthday party. There was a huge amount of preparation (mostly on the part of my amazing/crafty mother) in executing this theme to create the best party atmosphere possible. Here are some photos to illustrate what we did.


DIY: Las Vegas Showgirl Costume

DIY: Las Vegas Showgirl Costume

My Las Vegas Showgirl Costume

My 21st birthday party was on Saturday night. And, of course, it had an America theme, as I jet off to the United States in a few days to celebrate the actual day of my birthday in Las Vegasthis weekend. After months of preparation (and basically buying every red, white and blue decoration in Brisbane), the party was fantastic. I had such a wonderful time with my…

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A Local’s Guide to Brisbane

I have written travel blogs about places around the world, so I thought it was about time that I wrote about my beautiful hometown – Brisbane in Queensland, Australia!…

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A Local’s Guide to Brisbane

I have written travel blogs about places around the world, so I thought it was about time that I wrote about my beautiful hometown – Brisbane in Queensland, Australia!…

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Exploring the Great Ocean Road and MelbourneHosier Lane
This is my first post for 2014 and I am delighted to say that it is about travel! Last…View Post

Exploring the Great Ocean Road and Melbourne

Hosier Lane

This is my first post for 2014 and I am delighted to say that it is about travel! Last…

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Dixie: Our Adorable ‘Puppy’

I have spent the last couple of days miserably stuck in bed with a stomach bug, so I felt like quickly blogging about something that makes me incredibly happy – our adorable ‘puppy’, Dixie! She turned ten this year! She is a cross between a Cavalier King…

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Assassination of JFK: 50 Years On

No single event in history interests me more than the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Today marks fifty years since that horrific event on November 22, 1963. Even though I was not born until thirty years after it occurred, it still fascinates and saddens me to an extraordinary extent – and I am sure that many people worldwide share this sentiment. It is just so hard to believe that the life of such an incredible man could come so quickly to a bloody end. And with still so many gaps in the evidence, it is little wonder that countless conspiracy theories continue to attract attention. I have read and watched quite a bit about some of these theories and…

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Assassination of JFK: 50 Years On

No single event in history interests me more than the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Today marks fifty years since that horrific event on November 22, 1963. Even though I was not born until thirty years after it occurred, it still fascinates and saddens me to an extraordinary extent – and I am sure that many people worldwide share this sentiment. It is just so hard to believe that the life of such an incredible man could come so quickly to a bloody end. And with still so many gaps in the evidence, it is little wonder that countless conspiracy theories continue to attract attention. I have read and watched quite a bit about some of these theories and…

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The Day I Saw President Obama

I am a strong believer in the power of persistence. If I really want to achieve something, I will rarely take ‘no’ for an answer. My latest example of this is that I have finally booked my dream holiday to Las Vegas for my 21st birthday. However, I think my best example of this happened nearly exactly two years ago, when I was invited to attend President Barack Obama’s address in Australia’s Parliament House. I am unashamedly sentimental and that day certainly goes down as one of the most memorable in my entire life. It took a lot of persistence to get there, so I thought I would share a little bit about it here. I just cannot believe it happened two years ago already!

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The Day I Saw President Obama

I am a strong believer in the power of persistence. If I really want to achieve something, I will rarely take ‘no’ for an answer. My latest example of this is that I have finally booked my dream holiday to Las Vegas for my 21st birthday. However, I think my best example of this happened nearly exactly two years ago, when I was invited to attend President Barack Obama’s address in Australia’s Parliament House. I am unashamedly sentimental and that day certainly goes down as one of the most memorable in my entire life. It took a lot of persistence to get there, so I thought I would share a little bit about it here. I just cannot believe it happened two years ago already!

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