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Mental Illness: Out Of The Closet And Into The Fire

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Yes, I’m talking about mental health issues, because…well, at last we can.

Like cancer, mental illness has finally been let out of the closet and is halfway to being accepted as a bonafide condition. 1,051 more words

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Happiness Is… A Handful Of Good Friends And Feeling Loved

A British friend of mine, here in Sydney, was telling me the other day about how worried she is because she only has a handful of good friends in Australia. 657 more words

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European Food Porn

Of course, the really sexy hero of my recent trip to Europe was the food.

If you’re a pig foodie like me, you wouldn’t automatically think of the UK as a foodie haven, but France would certainly be up there, pretty close to the top of your list. 536 more words

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The Problem With Good Intentions…

As I sat on that heinous twenty-four flight from London to Sydney, for the first time in a long time I found time to ruminate and reflect on my life. 530 more words

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Spa-ing With Your Mates

I’ve never been the spa-ing type, like I imagine the majority of middle-aged women would be, given the chance. The whole ‘beauty-thing’ has always bored me. 1,009 more words

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Dear Liver...

Dear Liver,

I’ve been an irresponsible friend to you over the past two weeks. Even I never anticipated the sheer brutality of the journey we would share together back in the homeland. 556 more words

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Long Haul, Long Hell

Like childbirth, it is fortunate that some inherent, natural bodily mechanism allows us to forget the torture of the long-haul flight once we land on terra firma. 332 more words

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