This week: responsible and economical drinking, cheeky nuggets, Tina Turner dance moves, finessing stalls, icebreaking with Spanish, how it feels like we're already behind, and why we're lucky to live in Perth.
Welcome to the pilot episode of Better Late Than Fresher! We’re chronicling the real-life experiences of a brand new UWA fresher from O-Day to final exams, and trying to offer some helpful advice and guidance along the way.
Your New Year’s resolution might be anything - from learning Portuguese to breaking out of prison – but the core principle behind it is the same: you have many shortcomings that must be addressed, one at a time, in a superficial, annual format.
So in 2018, my new year’s resolutions isn’t to diet or to take care of my skin or to lose weight. It’s to see myself as a whole human being, complete without the aid of any external fads or products. It is to treat myself with the respect that I deserve.
When I moved back recently from a one-person apartment to my beloved sharehouse it was like peeling back a Band-Aid and finding that the wound underneath had festered and was now weeping a rancid yellow puss. Clement Sache reports.