With how hectic life has been, it's been a few months since I've had the motivation to sit down and write. Last week I stood up in front of a group of my colleagues and was completely vulnerable as I told them my story of living with mental illness. I was extremely nervous and was … Continue reading The Millennials Series: Being Vulnerable
2018 has been by far the most challenging year yet. This year has been by far the one which has pushed me the furthest out my comfort zone. I competed in sanctioned powerlifting competitions, travelled to almost every state/territory in Australia at least once, and finally visited some parts of Europe that were on my bucket list.
I'm not going to lie and say my first month in Perth has been easy, it's been far from it. I've had to adjust to living over 2,695km away from my puppy, family and friends. I've been incredibly homesick, and I've cried... a LOT. But despite that, I'm so grateful for my new colleagues and … Continue reading The Millennials Series: The First Month
So, I jumped. Head first into a new chapter of my life. My life is about to completely change and I'm excited to see what the future holds. I'm terrified to be leaving the majority of my friends and family, and my puppy in Adelaide, but... I'm moving to Perth! Yes, you read that right. … Continue reading The Millennials Series: So, I Jumped
Last week I attended Xerocon in Brisbane. It was an epic three days, starting with Heather Smith's Cloud Apps Meetup and then Precon hosted by Practice Ignition on Tuesday, followed by two days of amazing content and networking at Xerocon itself. Day 1 Walking into what has been termed “Coachella for Accountants”. There were strobe … Continue reading The Accounting Technology Diaries: Xerocon 2018