At this time when my mental health is at a low, I wanted to write about how we can reduce the stigma around mental health and how we can explain it to people who may have misconceptions about it. Mindsets can change and people’s mental health can definitely improve.
Nicole Dominguez is a user interface designer and front-end developer. I first knew about her around 2008 or 2009, and was impressed with her design and development skills. She spent some time being a digital nomad and getting involved in the web community, and her bright personality and great attitude are very inspiring. She’s got a lot to say, so grab a coffee for this one!
We’re back again for Fashion Friday, and this time it was a summery day right in the middle of a really cold Spring month. It was Nick’s idea to photograph this outfit in the sky park of our apartment.
Did you miss me and my fashion photos? Last week Nick and I went to Melbourne and we visited a beautifully rainbow-painted wall next to a basketball court that we had seen over a year ago. I had originally wanted to shoot it for my outfit The Rainbow Connection but the weather let us down. So glad it was still there!
It’s been a few months (eep!) but I have made a fair bit of progress on my
Volume two of what I am enjoying listening to while I’m at the gym.
We have a new home.
We crave “work/life balance”. But is this simply because the landscape of what it means to “work” has changed?
This month I interview the ever-inspiring Pauline, a biomedical science student with a wide range of interests and passions outside of her study. At just 21 (though age is just a number!) she is a role model to many young girls and always striving to be the best person she can be.
Remember back in the older days of the internet and blogging and graphic designing, when people said, “I’m going on a hiatus”?
This is not a hiatus.