Pencil to Paper Take 2

It’s funny what you find when you dig through the archives, I once spent a lot of my time writing content for my blog, & it’s time to put pen to paper again and continue my writing. Sat at my desk overlooking the beautiful city lights of Sydney, I have a lot of inspiration from this city, which will make way for a lot of new content. Watch this space.

Studies To Sydney

(Published in Flex)

For this issue of Flex, we wanted to show just how far your degree at University can take you. So we spoke to Thomas Mitchell, who is now interning for companies on the other side of the world, in Australia.

Hi Tom. How was your degree at Falmouth University?

I really enjoyed the Journalism degree at Falmouth. There’s such a relaxed environment – sometimes you even forget you are at university! I’m really glad I chose to do the Journalism degree in particular, because it taught me how to work and write as a journalist.

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Hype: Latest Collection

(Published on Reckless)

UK clothing company Hype have unveiled their latest collection of clothing.

Floral print, hypnotic designs and cat-print body suits are only a handful of designs the British designers have created for their latest lines.

With heaps of accessories, including print snap-backs, beanies and tie-dye socks, this latest collection offers vibrant colours, wacky designs, and everything we love about street fashion right now!

Click here to view Hype’s latest clothing collection.

The Glamorous Life Of An Investment Bonker

(Published on Reckless)

Launching the world’s first custom-fit condoms, former sales trader Joe Nelson swapped the glamorous world of investment for the sex industry. Offering condoms in over 90 different sizes, Nelson’s invention has taken Europe by storm. Thomas Mitchell catches up with the young entrepreneur, who has invented a product that could change the contraceptive market.

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Indulge In Mebourne’s Favourite Coffee Shops

(Written for STYLECREEPER.COM)

Melbourne is renowned for its European-style backstreet laneways and arcades, and the cafés and restaurants that sit along them. With a huge selection to choose from, choosing your favourite coffee destination in Melbourne is virtually impossible. Whilst many Melbournians will have their regular haunts, why not mix things up a little one morning, and try some of the city’s more interesting and unique coffee spots?

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