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Precious Time

by Victoria Garside My Mother recently stumbled across some of my writing from around 8 or 10 years ago, which I thought I would share with you all. I wrote it once upon a time after a train journey that ...

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The West has money Wired

Will Barclays close off Somalia’s money transfers? When I need to manage my finances, I simply logon to my internet banking and move my money around virtually. Even between two different banks I have seen instantaneous transactions happen before my ...

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The Privileges of Childbirth

I’m 7 months pregnant and one of my biggest problems right now is, where and how shall I give birth? Tough decision, right?! I saw my midwife today and I’ve been offered antenatal classes, 3 choices of where I can ...

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Kids with Guns.

Nothing beats a trashy TV marathon on a cold winter’s day in Sydney. Snuggled on the sofa with a blanket and hot cup of tea, I flicked through the options looking for a reality-tv hit, and settled in to watch ...

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Eyes bigger than your belly?

How many times has your mum or dad told you that your eyes are bigger than your belly? How many times have you said it yourself? I consider this to be the embodiment of a first-world problem or a FWP ...

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