Your job will never love you back.– Further evidence that I should take some time off after graduation and do whatever the f I want. (via jessicap) (via britticisms) I always say this to myself and friends of mine that are going through hard times at work. It is so hard, these jobs being all of our first ones out of uni, but sometimes...
Say Cheese and Die
Hon’s band played their final gig on Sat night, they’re splitting up as we’re moving to Osaka. It was hot but awesome. We hired a 25 person room at K World for the ‘after party’, but I think we managed to fit 40 odd in at one point. It was great fun. You can download their album for free here. Photos thanks to Amelia
You have tear ducts?– Madorrine (via ameliac) love you mi mi
So Long and Thanks for all the shoes....
Thursday was my last day at SBS Online. We had a sweet lunch in Glebe and then on to karaoke, then Brighton Bar on Oxford st. It was sad to leave such a great work place, but I can’t help but be excited about moving to Japan.
And so, at 11 o’clock am on a Tuesday, a prominent politician spoke to...– Jon Stewart (via seriouslythough) (via mayagantt) Working late last night at work, I am able to watch two news bulletins. But I still looked up the website to watch Obama’s speech a third time.
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HELP! Has anyone lived in Osaka????
I am moving to Osaka in about a week and I need some local knowledge, namely where I can get a decent haricut, and where can I buy a cool bike! Also, any other tips and trivia are more than welcome! xoxo
This last weekend, I went back to my hometown to say goodbye to my family and my good friends. I was fine until the plane was flying off, then I lost it a little bit. Knowing I won’t see these people for maybe two years is hard, esp as I am of that age where my sisters and brothers are getting hitched, making babies, etc etc. On a brighter note, I did have an awesome party thrown for me!...
what will you miss about sydney? Part Two
1. CHEAP STEAKS, even when I moved to Melbourne a cheap steak was hard to find, but there was all the chicken parma you could handle. 2. I keep thinking of my fav Japanese eatery Daruima, but considering I am moving to Japan, I shouldn’t find it so difficult. 3. Understanding. I have been doing Japanese classes for around a month now, and I am really really bad! If my teacher speaks faster...