Author: cjhawkings

Pop Culture
Business
Fashion
Science Fiction

4 Pop Culture Businesses You NEED To Follow

Fandoms have always been the rage and it doesn’t matter if you’re a fan of something no one else enjoys. Pop culture is what is just that. Pop culture. There are so many fun brands out there. In saying that, I thought I would put together a list of my favourite pop culture brands. All […]

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Cassandra
Personal

Cassandra: What’s In A Name? – Legend Or Soap Opera

Every name has a meaning. It doesn’t matter if it’s common or uncommon. For me, my name, Cassandra, is of Greek origin and is the name of a priestess who served Apollo. The Priestess All my life I had no idea. Where my name came from. It wasn’t until I was old enough to look […]

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Skincare

5 Unusual Uses For Vaseline Petroleum Jelly

We’ve all used Vaseline jelly at some point and for a variety of reasons. For me, it’s an everyday tool that gets me through the day. However, there are other, more unusual uses for the must-have beauty essential. Bear in mind, not all of these are associated with the human body.   5. Got An […]

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Screenwriting

9 Honest Things I Learned While Writing S.L.A.Y

Yes, yes, I know! It’s been a while since I added anything to the blog! I’ve been trying to get everything in order. Also, I got a brand spankin’ new computer, which is exciting. Anyway, let’s get to the really honest post about my comedy screenwriting debut, S.L.A.Y…   I never thought I would write […]

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Television

The Secret Marriage: How Much Did Ahsoka And Obi-Wan Know About Anakin And Padmé?

It became ambiguous with what Ahsoka Tano knew about Anakin Skywalker’s secret marriage to Padmé Amidala. Now, it seems we finally have an answer. In a recent episode of the web series, Star Wars: Forces of Destiny to reveal she did in fact know. However, there is one question, that still needs answering: How much […]

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Without Mercy
Women In Film

Fight Without Mercy – The Women Of ‘Krypton’

We were recently graced with the series premiere of Krypton, a precursor television series to the Superman mythology. The series tells the story of Seg-El, the grandfather of Superman and how he must save his family legacy. Women are always known to play a role within the Superman lore, no matter if they’re civilian or […]

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Women In Film

How ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Is Revolutionary!

Instagram has been abuzz with promotional material for the upcoming film A Wrinkle in Time, starring Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon. The film, directed by Ava DuVernay, tells the story of Meg (Storm Reid) and her little brother, Charles (Deric McCabe) who go on a quest to find their father (Chris Pine). Before the most […]

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Gun Violence
Anti-Violence

Gun Violence Needs To Stop Now!

Gun violence sadly nothing new in the world, but America is renowned for gun violence. Every year there is an average of 13,000 gun homicides, with an average 96 people killed by a gun per day. In Australia, gun violence is relatively low, especially after the 1996 Port Arthur massacre which saw 35 people die […]

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Build my website
Business

Who Knew It Would Take Forever To Recreate My Website!

Whoever said remastering your own website was going to be easy, think again! Now, unlike some people, I’m not a coder. I should know. There was a time where I did a brief stint in a software development class during high school, but that in itself is another story entirely. I never thought website building […]

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Humor

Oh! So That’s Why! Why Cafés Offer Water With Your Coffee

I feel like the world’s biggest idiot! One Thursday after running around doing jobs for mum, I went to a café, like I would normally do on a Thursday and ordered coffee. Anyway, I pulled out my computer as I waited for my coffee. Thursday is normally the day I get the most work done […]

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