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New Year, Same Me

The unfortunate reality of life

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It’s 11.56pm on new years eve. I can hear the neighbour’s muffled laughter through loud music. Some others down the street have been setting off fireworks, happy screams pervading the night sky. Right now, a bunch of people are happy. They are revelling in the hype of a new year, fuelled with alcohol and the hopes and dreams of tomorrow.




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Leanne Mullan

Leanne Mullan

Frazzled mom. Creative, nerdy, lover of green. Obsessively organized. Donut addict. Diabetes specialist. Doctor of Philosophy.

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