While the Portland sky is painted in familiar apocalyptic hue, I’m mourning what we’ve surrendered in this new reality.
According to research, the best way to motivate your millennial workforce is to keep them away from the office as much as possible.
For those who immediately lost their innocence on 9/11, I feel every act of organised terror since has not reached us as we’ve adjusted our eyes to the flash of violence.
A recent trip to the middle of Australia made me realise something about our national stereotype, while we are entranced by the idea of the simple life, who in their right mind wants it?
According to stereotype, we’re rebels who have no time for politicians telling us what’s what. So, why haven’t Victorians renewed the spirit of Eureka?
Other than a penchant for organic diets and opposition to vaccines, the Nazis were also convinced society was secretly under attack by an elite society of monsters. Sound familiar?