About

I am a book worm and medical student with a love of the better things in life.  Despite my lack of talent, I have am passionate about all things creative, so this blog is my little outlet from the monotony of study.

Sharing food and music with the people I love makes my world go round. Unfortunately real life often gets in the way of the things I want to do, so I live vicariously through the experiences of other bloggers all over the world.

I have been bitten by the travel bug and thrive on exploring new places and rediscovering old.  Since travelling the world I have a new found love of my university home – Brisbane, and have recently returned to my home town of the sunny Gold Coast.  Despite its many flaws, the Gold Coast houses so many memories and many of the people I have grown up with and that are still a very important part of my life.

Blogging started out for me as an online journal and reminder of things discovered online, but as my blog reading horizons expanded, I was inspired to post original content and to create the type of blog that I enjoy.

My intention is to share my weekend adventures, inspirations, photos, recipes and experiences with anyone who cares to listen.  I love to connect with other bloggers – whether local or from lands afar, food or fashion lover, get in touch!

Most photos are taken by my personal photographer and boyfriend, Kris, or are my own, unless otherwise credited.

11 responses to “About

  1. Just wondering what your favorite fruits are to bake with, I find that berries are best, but sometimes they can get a bit mushy in quick breads and muffins. How do you address that?

  2. Hi:)

    I am a norwegian girl of 23, who read your comment on http://www.amlul.com. I am planning on Australia in january, and was just wondering if you know how the housing market and labor are in Sydney theese days? And also, what places do you recommend to visit?

    I hope to hear from you!
    Nice blog by the way:)

    Susanne

  3. Hello!!!

    I see you came to Black Milk on Sunday! Sorry we didn’t get to officially meet, though thanks so much for posting a review.

    Are you able to send me any more photos you took of the event? If they are distributed, you will have full accreditation for the photographs. We’d love to pop them up on the Jesselle blog, or even my personal blog Fashion Falsehood.

    If you’d like, please email me at miann@jessellepr.com
    <3

  4. Hi there, I found you via your comment on Tiny Island’s Blog and you sounded interesting so I’ve popped over for a look.
    I’m another creative, foodie, travel, photograph obsessive and like you I write as a journal, for fun and as a release valve to balance a job that is all about accuracy and very little about creativity.
    I love Oz but most of my visits have been fleeting for one reason or another and Himself and I wow that a longer trip IS on the cards when the kids are a little older.
    I like your style of writing, food experiments and photos, and will be back!!! Nice to find a kindred spirit, Thanks! :)

  5. I enjoy journeying with you :)

  6. that all are much pretty mam,

    I’m a food lover, and always try to make a wonderful taste, many times I can able to make a good north Indian taste….

    can u please tell me something about ‘Baking’, or ‘baking cakes’. and preparation of eggless cake also.

    It will be great if u can tell me that how I can make a baking cake by simple microwave..

    your fan

    Dr. Janmejay Singh Somvanshi
    India (Uttar Pradesh)

  7. Great blog you’ve got here… I am a vegetarian and came across your post on Vegetarian Sushi and Inari. I love love love Japanese food! I am lucky enough to have a vegan Japanese restaurant in the San Francisco Bay Area where I live. However, I have also prepared vegetarian sushi and miso soup at home.

    Thanks for sharing the post. Keep writing and sharing more cool stuff with us all.

    Peace,
    -K

    • Thanks K, I would love it if we had a vegan japanese place near us! Such fabulous food (but sometimes can be a bit hard to get much veggo). Yum, I really should try doing miso at home as I love it when I go out for Japanese!

      Thanks for the lovely comment!

  8. Oh, I’m so so happy that Style Milk shared a linke to your Finders Keepers post because now I’ve discovered your blog and I love love love it!

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