Unfiltered News: Anyone for a Slushy?

As I left my home for work, Storm Caroline’s snow was piling itself on thick. I wheeled my bike out of my driveway and took a moment to take in the scene in front of me before hopping on my bike and cycling away. Grazed palms and a detached bike chain ten metres down the …

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So, this is Adulthood: Getting a Grip.

Riding into work on a scooter isn’t exactly how I pictured rolling into my adult life. To clarify, I’m not talking about a moped, nor an electric scooter you may have seen suits gliding on along the city streets. I’m referring to an unbranded, rusted, clattering, wake the neighbours up at the crack of dawn, …

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So, This is Adulthood: Entering the World of Brunch.

For me, breakfast has always been more of a rushed snack than something I’ve treated as the critically acclaimed ‘most important meal of the day’. Although I’ll never skip breakfast, I have disrespected breakfast in more ways than I can count.  Breakfast is half toasted bread whose spread cuts corners, cereal eaten dry, eaten on …

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Unfiltered News: A morning behind the coffee counter.

On a good day I get out of bed at five-fifteen a.m for a six a.m start. I say six a.m start, but leaving my house at five fifty-five and sprinting to work is quite a start in itself. An hour before the café officially opens, I take deliveries inside and put furniture outside amongst …

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