Amelia Prince

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Age: 19 Sta­tus: Happy and con­tent

I am a... woman on a mis­sion to make a dif­fer­ence, a gap year stu­dent and soon to be Speech and Lan­guage Pathol­ogy Uni stu­dent If I could visit any­where, it would be... Rwanda and Auschwitz. From a young age, I have been taught about the atroc­i­ties these peo­ple have ex­pe­ri­enced in the past. It would def­i­nitely be an eye opening ex­pe­ri­ence and make me val

ue the blessed life I live. I am pas­sion­ate about... help­ing oth­ers.

I will soon be em­bark­ing on a vol­un­teer ad­ven­ture pro­gram with my Dad to Cam­bo­dia where we will help as­sist in the ed­u­ca­tion and pro­mo­tion of health through hos­pi­tal, village and school vis­its. I am sure this ad­ven­ture will spark many more! Com­fort or style? Def­i­nitely a mix­ture of both, though I of­ten lean more to­wards style. Three ways to win your heart? An old-fash­ioned pic­nic by the river, flow­ers and a spon­ta­neous get­away to a national park. Some­thing you miss? The sim­plic­ity of life and my Aunty Robin’s beau­ti­ful smile. Who are your top three he­roes/in­spi­ra­tions?

My Mum, Waleed Aly, Turia Pitt and I’ve got to sneak in a fourth, Ni­cholas Trap­pett. If you could give one piece of ad­vice to the whole world, what would it be? Fill the world with love and kind­ness, it is only then you will feel free. My favourite lo­cal place to visit is... Mac­quarie

River, Milen­nial Brow Co. and The Meadow. A gen­tle­man is some­one who... makes you his top pri­or­ity, buys you flow­ers and can make you laugh. I spend most of my time... work­ing five jobs, coach­ing athletics, teach­ing piano, vis­it­ing my boyfriend and puppy Ted and hav­ing a pic­nic/ bon­fire with my fam­ily. My favourite prod­uct is... Doterra es­sen­tial

oils and my plan­ner, I would be a dis­or­gan­ised mess with­out it!

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