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I'm a recent
QUT Mass Communication graduate. I majored in PR and media and communication and have a keen interest in print media and publishing. I love markets, learning new skills, and travelling as much as I can.

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Writer Rank: 82
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Readers: 31973
Subscribers: 6
Articles: 21
Comments: 1
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My WeekendNotes - 21
ART for SPINE is an art auction and exhibition created by Jocelyn Bartlem and her father John. In its second year, the e... [more]
14/10/2012
Crema and Cream recently opened on Stafford Road in Gordon Park. This is exciting news for coffee drinkers and breakfast... [more]
Brother Espresso has opened its fifth store in Brisbane at Maygar St in Windsor. The cafe uses Brother's own coffee blen... [more]
BlackStar Coffee roasts its' own coffee beans and packs a home brew cold-pressed iced coffee in the fridge. I get the fe... [more]
Coffee has become big business in Australia. More and more people are adopting a cafe culture indulging in a weekend l... [more]
Qwerk is a small cafe with attitude. Small stools and upturned milk crates feature as seating around miniature tables (... [more]
Brighton and Sandgate are gradually developing with funky cafes entering the area and the rumour of more shops to arrive... [more]
St. Jerome's Laneway Festival began in 2004, when Melbourne mates Jerome Borazio and Danny Rogers started organising for... [more]
28/01/2012
Sewing was once a dying art, but in recent years it seems to have made a comeback as all things handmade are in the spot... [more]
Lady Marmalade Cafe opened just over a year ago in Stones Corner and is owned by Bec and Mal, the 'urban hippies' from a... [more]
In the past few years, op shops and second hand stores have made a comeback; harbouring all things retro, vintage and un... [more]
The Moray Cafe is located in New Farm on the corner of Moray Street and Merthyr Road. New Farm is quite a high-end area ... [more]
Paddington is home to a range of antique shops, vintage clothing stores, quirky boutiques and cafes. Sassafras cafe is a... [more]
A simple Google search will reveal that there are many different types of yoga, and that yoga is an activity that can be... [more]
Slowly Brisbane is waking up to it's potential and following in Melbourne's footsteps, as one-of-a-kind cafes and shops ... [more]
There are a number of mountains and walking tracks nearby to Brisbane which make for a great day of outdoor activity. On... [more]
"Il Forno" means "the oven" in Italian and is a fitting name for Sandgate's one and only wood-fire pizzeria. After t... [more]
For the Brisbanites living in the outer skirts of the city and beyond like myself, cosy cafe's serving great coffee are ... [more]
With the arrival of some very chilly days and nights, the thought of heading out for dinner, drinks or a night on the to... [more]
Increasingly, a handmade culture is emerging among the creatively inclined. Craft workshops and projects, handmade marke... [more]
Splendour in the Grass is fast approaching and will be held on Friday 29th to Sunday 31st of July in Woodford, Queenslan... [more]