Sailing on waves made of stars
18, Melbourne, Australia.

Good food, good company and many many selfies.

"We are pirates at sea with the world at our feet, sailing on waves made of stars"

My other tumblr!!
"There are 41 wars being fought around the world right now. Most of us are busy and we race through our weeks without paying a great deal of attention, but yesterday this week stopped, because one of those wars reached into the sky and grabbed 298 people who could have been any of us."
CBS’ Scott Pelley, commenting on our shared humanity, after the missile attack of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 (source)

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Back Home!

Literally, on the plane here I still wanted to turn around and go back to Sydney. And I’m still feeling that way after being home for a few hours. 

But no. I promised myself that I would give the coming months everything I have and make a concentrated effort to change my habits :). Just got my uni timetable, and after shuffling a few things around, I managed to only have a lecture on Fridays which I can catch up on later. 

Gots to go unpack and get an early night! 

p.s. Melbourne’s weather is so so sad :( When I left Sydney, it was still sunny and warm. 


our ends are beginnings

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"Healing is a choice. It’s not an easy one because it takes work to turn around your habits. But keep making the choice and shifts will happen."
Yehuda Berg (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

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So long Sydney, thanks for an awesome time! #goingbackto2ndhome #willbebackinfewmonths (at Sydney Domestic Terminal)


WE’RE ON A BOAT #wheninsydney
#ferrytimes #lateupload


Finally walking the bridge #wheninsydney
#whoneedsbridgeclimb (at Sydney Harbour Bridge)


Coffee by the harbour :) #dontneednofilters #wheninsydney (at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia)

mid-holiday open letter

At conference, it sunk in that he was leaving. There were tears. I don’t think I’ve cried that hard in a long time. Or said things like I did. He cried right there on that couch at 3am and so did we. As much as I hate crying in front of people, it still happened. It’s only now that it’s striking me how strange it was that I sat in a conference center in another state with 300 other people, crying because someone I met less than six months ago was leaving. It doesn’t mean I don’t feel it, because honestly I’m still teary about it. It’s just amazing. I had no idea who he was this time in February, but looking back from that first night at LCM with his Canadian flag to Central station just two nights ago, it’s so weird to think about the way people come into/change/impact your life out of nowhere.

So anyway. It feels like time is running out ten times faster than normal. Obviously I don’t want this, but more than that I get the feeling that the situation there isnt good.

Not ready for goodbye yet so this has been a rant.


Saturday nights watching chick flicks #wheninsydney #homegirlishere #partytime


Hurried selfie because there were people on the train lel

Lugging my suitcase up to UTS today!!! For opening plenary till 3:30 and then heading out :)

Feeling v happy about today :D


Points to Sydney for having optimal selfie-taking lighting on your trains.

Also, I finally plucked up the courage to go sit on the top level of the train. I love it :D

En route to UNSW for the day! Here’s hoping I don’t get lost. The event ends at 5:30pm but I’ll probably leave earlier than that because I am lazy.