When household currency is reduced to icy poles and popsicles.
I flew into Perth just two days shy of my one year anniversary in Australia. Much like on that first day, I found myself foggy-eyed in an international airport. I got to my hostel, checked in and set out to explore. This time around, I was much more successful - I don’t fall asleep at … Continue reading 35. Perth
Name: Lia Richardson Age: 24 Dream occupation: Writer, artist, planner. Or movie location scout Current occupation: unemployed What have you thought about your year in Australia? I enjoyed parts and not others. A year is a long time to be somewhere and not enough time to do everything you want. Did you accomplish what you … Continue reading 33. The ones with the Interviews 4/5
Name: Natasha Age: 24 Dream occupation: this one got me stumped. I would like to say something like hiking trail guide but then I miss my office work. Current occupation: consultant, municipal finance What have you learned/what do you know about keeping in touch with friends abroad? I thought I’d be harder. Technology sure does … Continue reading 32. The ones with the Interviews 3/5
Name: Bianca Trelle Age: 23 (soon to be 24) Dream occupation: Freelance graphic designer Current occupation: currently grafting trees in Tasmania What have you thought about your year in Australia? What haven’t I thought about? Family. Friends. My goals and accomplishments. My dreams. My goals. My fears. My future career. Did you accomplish what you … Continue reading 31. The ones with the Interviews 2/5
Welcome to my mini Adelaide gallery. Here are some of my favourite shots and moments on my recent trip. It was difficult to choose a theme to focus on for this experience - solo traveling and loneliness; wayfinding, legibility and bus rapid transit; small towns, crystals and cappuccinos - the list goes on. I ultimately … Continue reading 29. A Portrait of Adelaide
I wanted to jump on here and write a post about appreciation. I appreciate a lot of people and things in my life right now. If you tapped me on the shoulder a year ago and told me how much happier and connected I feel, I would’ve had a difficult time believing you. I wasn’t … Continue reading 28. A word