The Soundtrack of My Life

If I had one wish, and I couldn’t wish for more wishes, and I couldn’t just ask to be a genie, and I couldn’t ask for wishes to be given to all my friends, and I couldn’t wish for infinite birthday cakes, four-leaf clovers, coins to throw in a wishing well or sightings of the … [Read more…]

My Personal, Universal View on Aluminium

I might have only been in the welding industry for a year, but I don’t like the way things are going. It’s time for immediate action. I might be young, but that gives me an instant advantage since it makes me politically savvy, woke and erudite, much more perceptive and clever than everyone older than … [Read more…]

Helping a neighbour with his pool fence

Most of the time I am worried about having my work missed or not being able to do a good enough job for my superiors. This however, is me simply using the tools I have available to me to help out someone in need, in this case my neighbour Wilson. We’ve been neighbours for over … [Read more…]

My feet have been killing me recently

I have been on my feet, on average, about 13 hours a day. Considering that most people are only awake for 16 hours a day, that should put some things into perspective for you. I am on my feet almost constantly. Not just on my feet either, but moving around, walking, running, climbing and jumping. … [Read more…]

Giving Up the Brunch for Greater Things

All those years of avocados and lattes…who knew my brunch obsession would be the one main factor in me not being able to buy my own home? I’m still trying to decide it was worth it, all those years of delicious brunches with my indulgent friends. They certainly were wonderful, although their pleasure was fleeting. … [Read more…]

Office Gets A Garden

It’s true what they say: a café is judged by its garden. I’m certainly not going to pick up my coffee from a dingy, dismal-looking café when I can go to somewhere else with flowering bulbs and sunshine. Even if it’s a chain restaurant, I’ll choose on principle. That’s why I believe we need to … [Read more…]

We do ice skating?

I guess we do ice skating. No, wait, I’ve got the brief in the email somewhere…oh, okay. We’re working with ice skating companies as part of a broader teaching initiative that includes a number of different fields. Wait, no, that’s worse! That means people could ring me up asking me how to ice skate and … [Read more…]

Help Finding The Perfect Home

No one wants to buy houses that are on fire. That’s just…a fact. Imagine you’re a fresh-faced new home buyer. You’ve been saving up for years to buy your first home in somewhere nice, like Brighton. Conveyancers are at the ready, because you’ve done your research, read all the newspaper articles, you have wise parents … [Read more…]

Got to Get that Brain Working Hard

It’s come to my attention that…there’s a lot I don’t know about the world. Can’t blame everything on school, although maybe, like…a history lesson would’ve been nice. We didn’t even do history in school except for one subject in Year 8, and even then we just learned about Australian history. So when I made it … [Read more…]

The Perfect Venue For Observation

Remember that film ‘Signs’, with Melon Gibson and the cute little kids? Well there is some truth to it. I had an interesting case recently that was eerily similar to that film. A troubled parent contacted me and told me their child was saying some strange things about aliens trying to talk to them. Now … [Read more…]