Tagged with first world problems

Getting somewhere

Getting somewhere

My days are currently all blurring into each other. Sometimes it feels a bit like swimming upstream. Keeping on top of everything is an impossibility. As soon as one thing is crossed off the To Do list, another two or three things get added onto the end. On top of a full time job and … Continue reading

How not to use Facebook

How not to use Facebook

You know how I feel about over-sharers I don’t know, right? Well it’s come to my attention recently that over-sharers who I do know can be even worse. And it all seems to happen on facebook (assuming you know everyone you’re friends with of course). Sure, you can tell me to buzz off – that … Continue reading

Control your rowdy children

Control your rowdy children

Kids will be kids, and you don’t have to be a parent to know it. However, when I’m doing my grocery shopping or enjoying my delicious french toast weekend brunch at a cafe, I don’t want to put up with the high decibel screaming of children at the same time. Earlier this month, a Sydney … Continue reading

The cult of food and celebrity chefs

The cult of food and celebrity chefs

In Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, once our necessities are satisfied we want more. This is certainly true when it comes to food. In the undeveloped world, people are often struggling with abject poverty and live day to day in a battle to feed themselves or their families. What food they do have access to rarely … Continue reading