The Winter Reading List

Top 5 Books to Beat the Winter Brain Freeze 1. The Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri  This collection of short stories explores nine unrelated lives as a detailed analysis of the human psyche. Lahiri’s simplistic, yet elegant, writing style creates emotions that could only be felt by experience.            …

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Hybridity – What does This Mean to You?

  The purpose of this article is to break-down the notion of ‘hybridity’ and in turn highlight the pertinency of this word in YOUR day to day life. Imagine this… Our parents have come far and wide from a native land with morals and ethics that function best within that specific country and into a completely new diaspora where…

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Its Over…

“Its over…I want to break up”…the words kept ringing in my head but my brain couldn’t seem to comprehend them. A three years relationship had ended with two words… It was a death of sort…. death of our relationship. She took my breath and left a living corpse. My subconscious plotted against me, I would…

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The unanswerable question

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” From a young age we get asked this question from parents, friends, relatives. The answers start somewhere around “a princess”, “a firefighter”, “a dragon”, “a fairy”, “a superstar”. With our imaginations running wild and a spark of creativity forever in our eyes, as young children…

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Soulmates

I know your thinking about Romeo and Juliet, Gabriella and Troy…all those epic love stories when I say the word soul mate. For me though I believe my soul mate is not my lover but my best friend. My best friend has been through it all, she has held me while I cried shaking uncontrollably,…

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Aditi Makeup

HEY FOLKS! This is the first interview of a series, Dakshata and I (Komali) will be meeting up with multiple south Asian personalities from Australia and around the world, including; MUA’s, artists, influences, entrepreneurs, influences and inspirations, to keep you updated with the happenings in our community! So we met up with Aditi, a self-taught…

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RUPI KAUR

  Hopefully you’ve heard of Rupi Kaur. If you haven’t, then it’s cool. But you’re about to be enlightened. Now I know poetry, spoken word, stanzas and verse isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Not everyone can get it or understand it or enjoy it and that’s perfectly fine. However, when it’s a young, intelligent, trail-blazing…

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