• Life as Naarah

    From little things, big things grow

    Almost twenty years ago my dad (Father John) taught his little kindergarten girl the value of a $2 coin. Each week in primary school a lady would come into my classroom to collect my little yellow Commonwealth Dollarmites bag that she’d take to the bank each week. It seemed such a small amount and I definitely could’ve taken it to the canteen instead to buy a little bag of lollies, but somehow we managed to stay consistent. I kept this up into my teens/adult life and my weekly deposits were ever-changing and dependant on my inconsistent artist income and student budgets, but always a minimum $2. I never touched this…

  • Life as Naarah

    Why A Website

    Why a website? “I never knew what I wanted to do, but I knew the kind of woman I wanted to be”. Diane Von Furstenberg. January 25th, 2020 Years back at age fourteen, I was trying to be a typical high school student, ticking the educational boxes and trying to keep the people around me happy whilst as usual, trying to find my own little spot in this world. High school can be a life-changing time and it most certainly was for me with the constant pressure of decisions which just seemed to get bigger and bigger – so many of which were linked to identity. And it got me…