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Authoromaleeds

My name is Omalee (pronounced Oh-maa-lee) and welcome to my blog! I started this site a couple of years ago, but I gave in to the worse habit of inconsistent posting. So here I am, two years from posting last, to hold myself accountable to regular postings. While my “real day-time job” is more serious, I really enjoy blogging as an open platform to express my thoughts on other avenues that interest me. This site consist of my personal and research driven articles exploring aspects of my life and interests. Here is a something about me… I am 26 year old, still discovering who I am . I mean, I am still very young, don’t you agree? I consider my self to be ambitious, independent, an animal lover, loyal and most importantly, HAPPY. I live alone in Sydney, my second home, in a 4 years long-distance relationship with my favourite person on earth, boyfriend of 8+ years. He is the genius behind this website that encouraged me to write. I love adventure. I am the type of person who will say YES and be open to all new experiences, but not value materialistic things. I can make friends and start a conversation with anyone, but I consider my self an introvert. This is me in a nutshell… …stick around, keep exploring the site, let me know what you love / dislike the most and where I could improve. I’d love to hear your thoughts. Until next time…
Sydney buses

Use Public Transport in Sydney to Your Advantage

If you are new to Sydney, you will soon realise the difficulty in navigating through the city of similar street corners, never-ending streets and by-roads every 10 steps. I referred to it as a maze because when I moved here, I more often get lost or walk for 20 minutes to realise I am back where  I started. Good times! Since I did not have wheels at the time, I relied on public transport, it was dependable, cheaper than hailing a taxi and less strenuous than walking. In this post, I will address how to efficiently and effectively get around Sydney using public transport.

finding for a job in Australia

5 Ways to Earn in Australia as International Students

Are you planning to study in Australia as an International Student? Whilst it is the beginning of a rewarding journey, the flip side of the matter is that Australia is ranked world number 32 in the Cost of Living Index. As a result, most International Students work part-time to make ends meet. The silver lining is that there are plenty of jobs in Australia for those who make an effort. Some students actually end up finding great opportunities as a result of part-time work.

If you are interested to know how to earn extra money in Australia, keep reading. There maybe ways that you didn’t know existed!

University of Sydney

The Best University for YOU | International Students

I remember returning home, full of excitement, carrying a bunch of University prospectus from the Education Fair, getting on bed, laying them one next to another, admiring and feeling blessed at the opportunity right in front of me. What once felt like a wish, is now becoming a reality. I spent days reading though different courses on offer at each University. I was overwhelmed with all the alternatives. Enough said, let’s dive right in to finding the Best University for You! Enough said, let’s dive right in to finding the Best University for You! 

How to Make It Through a Long-Distance Relationship

You hear the horror stories about long-distance relationships that tells you all the reason why you shouldn’t even attempt to give the relationship a chance. I am here to tell you all the reasons how you can get through if you give it a chance. There is no one better to advise on this topic other than a person who has been through the entirety of a long-distance relationship.

Google

“Google It” – Answer to your question

I have used or heard the phrase Google It countless times, I am surprised it is not added to the dictionary already. I would define it as, Do It Yourself. I am a problem-solver by nature; friends, family and colleagues approach on a daily basis with issues and concerns on various topics. Most of the answers to these issues are easily solved through Googling – because this is how I find solutions. Yes, you might argue some issues are solved better with a bit of personal touch. Let’s be honest, most of the answers can be Googled without troubling another person. Some questions may seem impossible if it is not your forte, yet you will never know how easily it is solvable if you don’t attempt.