Jess De ponders the philosophical question of which traits we’re born with, and which are a result of life experiences.
By Emily Vescio It was hot and the music was too loud for my pounding head to handle. I was in the backseat of a rental car, straddling the border of Victoria and South Australia headed to a show in Adelaide, and I was crying my eyes out. My phone was blowing up with anonymous […]
In these grim dark days, how do we survive? Thankfully here’s a guide for the end of the world. Avoid all social interaction – not like you were going to anyway Let’s all be honest, there was nothing as painful as having a chatty Uber driver anyway. Use this as a chance to practise your […]
My personal connotations with hospital are difficult to express. A bit of trauma, a bit of melancholy, and a bit of joy. But mostly not joy. Hospitals are a weird place to spend your time. My most vivid set of memories in hospital that weren’t traumatic were mostly from when I had infliximab infusions every […]