The Cusp | Lifestyle Article

I wrote another story for The Cusp. This one is on hacking your commute to make your life better. It’s been fun getting back to more lifestyle writing, since so much of my workload is based on stories about houses or big […]

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Watching the Olympic Games

Are you watching the Winter Olympics? We’ve been catching some events on our laptops. They feel different this year. It’s probably the Australian commentating and feeling one step removed since I’m only watching when I think about watching them, instead of being […]

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What Do You Need To Be Happy?

This question seems to be on an endless loop in my head. It started before the move but hasn’t seemed to stop. I keep asking myself what I need each day to be happy. This move has restructured my life in so […]

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The Cusp | Career Article

Here’s a little ditty I wrote for The Cusp about transitioning from full time to part time work. This was my first piece for them. I love their site. It’s geared toward making people in their 20s and 30s a little better, helping […]

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Random Acts of Kindness

In the 10 months we’ve been in Sydney, I’ve witnessed three random acts of kindness that have melted my heart. #1 Have you ever tried to push a shopping cart past where the store has put a magnetic wheel lock under the ground? […]

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Girl Talk

I walked Nicola and a friend back to our place from school this week for a playdate. The girl talk brought me straight back to elementary school. Hot topics: glitter, who can do a cartwheel, who is good at maths (pluralized here) and […]

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3 Birds On a Wire

Nicola and I were out on a walk on Sunday morning and I heard some loud squawks. I wish I could tell you that was abnormal for Sydney, but it’s not. (Oh, I could go on and on about how much I […]

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