School is out and Summer is in!! 😎😎😎 The break between high school and "further education" is one of the longest, freeing and most enjoyable times ever, yet for several young Aussies the arrival of summer brings with it the heat of 30+ degree days and the heat of awaiting results that could potentially determine the … Continue reading The Art of Angela
To all the thrill seekers out there - my name is Isabel. A millennial just like you whose goals are to travel the world, be successful in my career, save up money to secure my future but also loves a smashed avo and feta on toast as much as the next hipster. I grew up … Continue reading Things I Learned From Going on Exchange
You know those times when you are so sure that what you want is ultimately what's best for you? When your heart's desires switch on everything within you to get the prize? If this sounds like you I think it's safe to say you are an ambitious type - loads of drive and ready to take … Continue reading In Pursuit Of What You Love
Millions of young Australians are trying to figure out what's next - what big decisions need to be made in the near future for the future.
When it comes to work does following your passions always lead to the green pastures of happiness? Or are those dream jobs only realised when you pursue your heart's desire? Maybe so... that is IF your dreams seek the good of others, according to researchers at Oxford University. 800,000 Hours is a British think tank that looks into … Continue reading Following the passion, living the dream
Rachael Shipard - a Classical musician and 2016 University Medallist from the Queensland Conservatorium - tells SO about the beauty and great labour of love needed to pursue a career in music, whilst also sharing some tips for aspiring musicians. Next month, Rachael will be travelling to Japan to attend the International Hamamatsu Piano Academy so we … Continue reading Mean what you play