The Timber Triumph

Once home, our visionary builder embarked on the whimsical journey of crafting the interior structures of his shed house. It was as though the space had transformed into a vibrant playground, and the timber was keen to play its part […]

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Ute Transformation

Ever since I could remember, my ute has been an extension of me. I named her Daisy, a rugged yet reliable vehicle that has seen me through the bustling streets of Melbourne, the challenging terrains on weekend getaways, and countless […]

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Solar in Solaris

In the dimly lit basement, Elara stood face to face with the ancient machinery, the relic staff pulsating with energy in her hands. Her eyes widened as she realised she could harness the energy to create a solar eclipse, a […]

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The Hawthorn House

Elara opened her eyes and looked out the window. The morning sun bathed the town in a golden hue – a town named Hawthorn. She tried to remember yesterday’s events, but it was all hazy. As she met her buyer’s […]

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Optometry Five

This week, I have the privilege of being a guest writer for this blog, where I’ll be sharing a unique perspective as an internationally-ranked soccer player. Today, I want to delve into a topic that sports players rarely discuss in […]

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Window Tinting Five

Working for my boss has become an incredibly challenging ordeal. To put it simply, they are beyond mean—they are downright dreadful. I’ve reached the point where I can no longer bear it, and I’m actively seeking new job opportunities. Unfortunately, […]

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Half-Canopy Solution

Balancing work and personal life has always been a challenge, especially in a bustling city like Melbourne. For me, as a landscaper by day and an adventure seeker on weekends, this challenge extended to my trusty ute, Max. While I […]

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Overcoming Achilles Tendinitis

I’m doing a virtual marathon! I’ve always wanted to be a part of a marathon but I’ve never signed up for one because I’m worried about finishing last and being embarrassed. I have social anxiety so it would just be […]

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Roses for Presentation

Now that I’ve used the sonic window breaker to ruin the business of one of my competitors in mystic readings, I really need to capitalise on this. I’m thinking it’s time to turn the presentation dial all the way up […]

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Mysticism is Hard

It’s not as easy being a mystic and free spirit as you’d expect. Most people are all like “Oh, it must be so nice to not be tied down, floating about the figurative cosmos as free as a giant space […]

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