SNEHA LEES
 

You said you wanted to know more.

So this whole page is your fault.

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Sneha reckons it’s a bit douchey to write about oneself in third person but it seems to be current best practice when it comes to these things, so that’s what she’s going to do.

Sneha was born in a secret town in India that only some people know about called, Dharwad. If you want to know more, you can read about it in her upcoming book.

Her parents migrated to Australia when she was a one year old. Then she turned two and that’s when sh*t hit the fan. Honestly, you’ll just need to read the book when it comes out. It’s basically the screenplay of a Bollywood epic.

Skipping ahead, she studied at Hogwarts and claims that it made her the magical person she is today. She then went on to earn her tertiary qualifications at Monash University, where she almost got kicked out.

She hopes that by the time she is 80, she would no longer be frightened by insects and that she would have raised kind, empathetic and strong humans.

She likes:

  • Learning languages

  • People who aren’t too proud to say, “I don’t know,” and “I am sorry.”

  • Home Alone 1 + 2

  • Stationery

  • Ice cream

  • Strength training at her gym

She dislikes:

  • Small talk

  • Rudeness

  • Home Alone 3 onwards

She vehemently dislikes:

  • Children being treated like empty vessels and vehicles for their parents’ ambitions

  • Disrespect for vulnerable people (including oneself), animals and the environment. Refer to rant on home page.

She is confused by:

  • People who think there is no more growing & changing to be done

  • Fluorescent lights

She loves:

  • Her family

  • Sincerity & honesty in people

  • Her husband’s baking & almost everything else he does or says. Same with her toddler. Yes, she bakes.

  • Melbourne, her home

  • Anything to do with Harry Potter

Lastly, Sneha wants to remind you to treat children and animals with respect. You were once a child and you are still an animal. If we can make childhoods better, we can make the world better.

She would also like you to memorise this Swedish quote, “There is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.” Now you can enjoy the weather and never have to complain about it again.

Thank you in advance for committing those two things to memory. You now have Sneha’s permission to forget everything else on this page.