Hmm… apparently so! 🙂

Never thought I’d see my face alongside Aussie legend John Farnham – but I guess stranger things have happened!

And I’m soooooo grateful for the opportunity.

A lot of my time is spent alone, songwriting, making music and doing the most horrible sounding vocal exercises! So seeing you guys online and interacting with you via these pages means more than you can imagine 🙂

I’d really love it if you could follow or check out my other pages too… and thankyou for coming along with me on this little journey!


Keep playing the songs, downloading them (for free) and commenting on content – it all counts!!


Loveeeeeee Eden xx



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blog: whatiluv 14 – #MealForAMeal

Loving the new Instagram initiative from Virgin Mobile & OzHarvest!


Hashtag #mealforameal on your food pics and they will provide meals to people in need.


Finally, a worthy excuse for all those #foodporn pics! It’s great when big brands and social media come together for a good cause.


1 hashtag = 1 meal. Get snapping guys!





blog: whatiluv 13 – Peter Pan Syndrome

One time in high school, my friend Chris said I reminded him of Phoebe from Friends. Back then, I kinda took offence.

If you didn’t know already, Phoebe’s character is pretty random, a little ditzy and quite frankly, the downright weirdest of the group.

Chris probably knew me the best, because that’s how I am on the inside. My exterior has ever so slightly been subdued by society – eg: the wearing of pants, bras and combing my hair.

But my inner wacky child still rages true, even coming thru on this blog (which clearly has no clear direction and is a jungle of my sporadic train of thought :p)

I can’t foresee myself ever truly growing up, for the following reasons:

1. My bedroom’s clean, but you’re not allowed to move the Hello Kitty stuffed toys off the bed.

2. I get up at 5.30am when it’s freezing, but turn the heating up so my house becomes a sauna.

3. I go to the gym with my friend Sim, but we end up laughing at the leg machines that work your inner thigh.

4. I try to get some work done on my laptop, but end up on the My Shocking Story channel on youtube.

5. I walk my dog, but also use that time to have long conversations with her, getting her opinion on things.

6. I splash out on external hard drives and USBs, but don’t remember to back anything up.

7. I try to buy practical things online, and end up spending a small fortune on pointless stuff like below.

But hey, at least these things make being a grown up a little more fun 🙂



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Had a mini stroke when I checked this website’s stats today.

Some freekin awesome people in Kuwait, Argentina, Brazil, Portugal, Canada and the US have been playing and downloading my songs! (And of course, my homies in AU!)

And I’m sure it all contributed to my little profile being lifted back up up to #6 for Pop on!

It REALLY blows my mind & I can’t express just how much your on-going love and support is appreciated ❤

I’ve been finding it tough lately to get the creative juices flowing coz there’s so much else going on, but I PROMISE new shiz will be made available soon 🙂

Might just be another collaboration since you guys seemed to like the last one so much 😉

Keep emailing me, messaging & commenting coz I seriously love hearing your thoughts and feedback. You guys keep me going!


Til next week beautiful peeps,

Eden xx



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blog: whatiluv 12 – The Peach Box

There’s nothing better than collaborating with people you find inspiring. Especially when they’re fellow Aussies! This week, I’ve been lucky enough to work with the beautiful team behind THE PEACH BOX – a recently-launched jewellery label based in my hometown of Melbourne.

I really believe in their ethos of providing chic & edgy pieces at affordable prices. The twisted nail bangle I’m wearing below is only $34! I’m never a slave to fashion trends, but I’ve been loving the latest looks of layering up delicate pieces, and mixing gold with silver and rose gold (kinda reminds me of the effortlessly stylish Erin Wasson!)

I’m sure I’m not the only one who likes a bargain, so jump to it!


Plus, get 20% off your first order and FREE shipping when you sign up @

Follow THE PEACH BOX on instagram, facebook & twitter.


Eden xx



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blog: whatiluv 11 – Crazy Body Art

Japanese artist Choo-San started painting realistic artwork on human bodies to rebel against our “photoshop manipulation” era. She wanted to see how far she could go without using modern technologies. I have to say that some people’s imaginative ability is just inspiring! Thanks internets.


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blog: This is What People will Look Like in 2050

I found this photo so powerful because I am a mixed race girl 🙂 While I’ve never been a victim of racial abuse I know what it feels like to be poked fun at for looking different or having parents from another culture. Even passing remarks can be hurtful.

Hopefully “racism” will become a non-existent word in the future, with interracial couples now becoming the norm. We have to remember Love is Love – regardless of skin colour, culture, gender or stupid politics. I’m proud to come from two completely different cultures and I’m more open-minded because of it.

So while some people might be afraid of change or have been brainwashed into thinking racism is ok, have a look at these photos below of mixed-race Americans, taken for National Geographic’s 125th Anniversary. To me, they don’t look like any particular race or nationality, they look like people of the world. And that’s what we are, after all.

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Have a great long weekend Edenites!


blog: Pursuing Your Dreams

This is a piece I wrote for orgFORK, a company my friend Suzi started.

While her focus is on health and nutrition, she wanted to acknowledge that living happily and positively also impacts overall wellness.

So I wrote this about pursuing your dreams, because arguably that’s what we’re doing (or want to be doing) every single day. And whatever we choose to do every single day has a direct effect on our health, happiness and general feeling of well-being.

It’s loooong but I hope you find it interesting and relatable! I’d love to hear what you think as well so don’t be shy! Email me anytime at, use the quick Contact page or message me on facebook. I love hearing from you guys!





Pursuing your dreams – it’s a strange concept, isn’t it?

Sometimes dreams are scary. Other times they don’t make sense.
Are dreams an expression of our innermost desires? Or are they a bunch of random events coincidentally put together by our tired minds?
Either way, why would you want to pursue them?
I’m sure you’ve been encouraged to follow your dreams at some stage. So I’m going to write about what happens when you finally do.


Life, like a dream, is uncertain. It’s a daunting thought, but you never know when or where either is going to end. So by chasing our dreams, it might seem that we are surely setting ourselves up for failure. We’re running at full speed to a place we don’t even know exists.


It didn’t cross my mind that I was pursuing my dream until Suzi asked me to write on the topic. At first, I felt flattered. Society tells us the road to happiness is paved by following our dreams. But then it occurred to me – you never actually know you’re dreaming while you’re dreaming. And that goes for people “living” their dream too. Sometimes you have to be given a little tap on the shoulder, a little acknowledgement, to wake up and realise where you are and what you’ve been doing.


At night, my dreams have always been similar to blockbuster films. A mix of drama, action, horror and comedy. I’m thoroughly entertained when I wake up, and often wonder how on earth my brain is capable of putting together such sequences. But by day, I’ve always understood my dream – to be a successful singer and songwriter. But here’s the thing about crystal clear dreams; the clearer they are, the scarier it can be to follow them, because you know the exact steps involved to achieve them, so there’s really no excuse for failure.


And that’s been my setback. Until recently, I’d been scared to take the first step. When I was a teenager, I didn’t disclose my dream to anyone. I thought it was a terrible cliche to say you wanted to be a singer (to this day, I prefer ‘recording artist’ as it carries less whimsical connotations). I studied law, criminology, behavioural science, make-up artistry, and worked in retail, hospitality and call centres… but nothing satisfied me. They weren’t bad dreams, but I knew I was traveling in the wrong direction.


When I finally admitted my dream (like an addict revealing their addiction), it made everything more real. Slowly, the dream was becoming an active part of my daily life. It was brought up in conversations, and people started asking me about it when we’d catch up. I was studying music at uni, recording songs and rehearsing with a local coverband. I’ll call this stage “light sleep” because I wasn’t deeply immersed in anything in particular.


Everything kicked into gear around the same time, but like all good things, it happened ever so gradually. I made a website, started writing a blog, and nervously uploaded my songs onto a facebook page. I still don’t know how people like Rihanna feel when they reach 10 million followers, because for me, every ‘like’ and ‘share’ on facebook felt like a huge hug. Any encouragement did the opposite of inflate my ego – it humbled me and gave me a reason to keep going.


Initially, I would read my emails dubiously. Was there really someone from Los Angeles who wanted to collaborate with me? Were people really asking me to post them autographed pictures? I can’t tell you how strange it feels to be let into the lives of others that you might never meet. But like all dreams, you just accept the scenario and roll with it.


Of course, even dreams aren’t all fun and games, and there are still bills to pay. When I got a job at Michael Parisi Management, it felt odd informing my friends that I now worked at a record label with connections around the world. Was that really what I was doing every day? Had my boss really worked with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Madonna? I remember physically pinching myself when I got the opportunity, which has since opened so many doors in terms of contacts, as well as provided a crash course into the infamous music industry. With a dark side equally as strong as the bright, I guess I’ll have to tiptoe carefully to avoid falling into a nightmare. But the bright side is just as infectious, and I find myself like a moth to a flame.


The road to achieving my dreams is still so long, and full of more twists and turns, I’m sure. But I’ve finally accepted my dream as an unconscious desire that festers within me, and no matter how hard I tried in the past, it just can’t be diminished. I want to be one of those people who never works a day in their life, because their profession fulfills their appetite for work, rest and play. And at least now, I have that little extra confidence knowing that I’m chasing something which truly makes me happy (unlike those tattooed, troubled boys that I unfortunately pursue as well).


Everybody’s dream is different. So my advice? Maybe just pinch yourself every day. You might not know that you’re actually dreaming.