My first thirty minutes to myself this month was an easy one. I gave myself a facial this morning. So far so what? As it is all too easy to rush through your morning routine, particularly when you’re a working parent, I took advantage of it being Sunday and that we didn’t have to be … More Day one, #30Minutes30Days
Carrie Fisher to me was far more than Princess Leia. Never forgetting that Leia was a strong female role model who took no sh!t from anyone, I fell in love with her words in my late teens and have never fallen out of them. I started with Postcards From the Edge, after watching an interview with … More She drowned in moonlight, strangled by her own bra
We’ve had a relaxing few days, and have spent today pottering about the house while Hubs and Hanno went to the Test at the MCG. Hubs has a couple of weeks off, the longest time he’s had in ages. Plans are afoot for the beach, Healesville Sanctuary and walks in the woods with Peanut, who’s … More Down time
I’m done with this year, so it’s over for me. I’m no longer in 2016, halfway through Saturday morning I decided that I could let the most recent events of this year beat me, or I will come out fighting. Look out world. I’m not going to recap, I’m not giving it the airspace. I’m … More 2016 ‘B’
I had a great long weekend a public holiday (for an AFL football parade, natch) gave us Melbournians a three-day weekend. I could get used to them, although I did spend all day on Friday convinced it was Saturday and you never get straight when you’ve got the day wrong in your head do you? … More A product of the product
Last night I hit a wall. Three nights of disturbed sleep in the past week, getting up at 5:30 to meditate and complete personal development cumulated in ‘I need an early night’. I was at work late, called Hubs to check he only needed milk, he reminded me that I needed to collect our toasted … More I’m on a mission!
This blog has been in my drafts for a wee while, sorry folks. One thing I’ve enjoyed about watching the Olympics has been the coverage on Channel 7. I’ve seriously been impressed with the entire way they’ve shared the event with us; the Opening Ceremony was a delight, the commentators explained the ethos behind the changes, … More Sore losers