(Sometimes) Daily Notes

Clash of the centuries

A masterclass by legacy media in how to write a press release is self-serving on their part and a waste of time on mine. But my nasty email was unnecessary. Maybe we're both trapped in the twentieth century.
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scenic rim

Date Day

A day-long date with The Husband in south-east Queensland's Scenic Rim
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Weekend away

“Would you like the creamy pesto pasta or the ham, coleslaw and potato salad?” They both sounded good to me. Any meal which doesn’t involve planning, shopping or cooking on my part is always a winner. But forced to choose I selected the ham salad. Delicious. More on food The flight attendants continued down the…
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Confession

I have a confession to make. But first, my day. Urgent I woke anxious, worried about the tax return I haven’t done. A list of questions from the accountant first hit my in-box last December. A gentle reminder followed in February. A phone call a few days later. Then yesterday, as I was scribbling notes…
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Gray day

A gray day is remarkable here in this city of hard blue skies and flat line thermometers. And when the gray day comes with rain the locals lose the plot, abandoning public transport to travel by car, averse to puddles and umbrellas and possibly wet hair. So when I drove to the cultural precinct for…
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Secrets within

I walked into the kitchen at eight o’clock tonight and retrieved a half-full bottle of wine from the fridge. I poured a glass and ripped the plastic wrap from a magazine that arrived in today’s mail, the Queensland Writers Centre quarterly. I leaned against the kitchen bench and made space amongst the bread crumbs and…
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copywriting me

Angela Bensted is Brisbane-based freelance writer who likes to listen first and struggle with syntax later. She pitches stories to magazines, sometimes successfully, and helps businesses produce compelling copy for print and online.

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