I wrote my first book when I was 3 and a half years old, titled, 'The Adventures of Super Gabbi', which followed Super Gabbi as she saved a park full of kids from a crazed crocodile. Exciting, right? I guess you could also say I've always had a passion for adventure too. This passion has taken me around the globe, for months at a time. I studied in both Italy and New York, and I've also ventured my way through Asia and all across Australia.
These passions have seen me write for a range of blogs, newspapers, and magazines, drawing on my experiences, travels, and more often than not, my love for food. Food, I have discovered, is a universal language that can bring people from different backgrounds, cultures and religions, nationalities and walks of life together. It can unite people in a way that sometimes spoken language can not. It can give an insight into culture and heritage, as each dish has a different story to tell, and each meal encourages a different conversation.
This is not my first rodeo (blog-eo?) - throughout my degree I maintained Thoughts of a uni student, which was used as an experimental base. I've also written for the likes of Scenstr, The Urban List, Bella Rae, South City Bulletin, and Smudge Eats.
Famous for their speciality coffee and delicious looking breakfasts, Dandelion & Driftwood needs to be your go-to brunch spot no matter where in Brisbane you live.
I have always preached the importance of social media, and the importance of businesses being on social media.
I'm one of those people that will suggest breakfast dates. What does that say about me?
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