Things are starting to look a bit different around here.
Yes, I’m still forgetting to shower every day, my diet still sucks, and the only exercise I get is walking to the bus, BUT – there has been a dramatic improvements in my life. I haven’t wanted to post about it because I’m afraid of jinxing it, but I feel pretty confident that I’m out of the jinx zone now. Continue reading “Here we are, back again”→
Game of Thrones has ended (unquestionably conflicted).
The season has changed (unquestionably cold).
Work is busy (unquestionably busy).
Sickness is rampant (unquestionably lame: food sickness, cold, flu).
Compared to last year, shit felt pretty quiet. But really – it’s been a year of tremendous growth, awesome achievements, and fantastic travel. Ain’t too shabby! Continue reading “Hello, Goodbye: 2018”→
One of the many things I (super surprisingly) stuck to last year was doing my 1 Second Everyday. Well mostly everyday. Pobody’s Nerfect. Also bonus points to the viewers who can pinpoint the exact moment we morphed into CAT PEOPLE.
I love this app. Speaking from the point of view of someone who is very sentimental, emotional, and who is constantly living with one foot in the past, this is perfect. It’s a live action time capsule that helps me look back and remember the exciting days, the very boring days, and I can kick myself for the stuff I didn’t film, so I get that nice daily requirement of guilt.
Make starting this app one of your goals this year — especially if you have kids or adorable pets. It’s way very much fun. It costs $8 now (yay for early adopting and getting it for free) but still, very much worth it.
I’ve been dying for a rainy day during my time off. Why? Because there are few things better than waking up to a torrential downpour and feeling that warm, slow, smug realisation of “Hey – I don’t have to go anywhere or do shit today.” Continue reading “Affirmations”→
The building I work in has a balcony with a view of the ANZAC Bridge, and yesterday I spent my lunch break up there. It was one of those days where the sun was perfect, the humidity was perfect, the temperature was perfect, the breeze was perfect, and the pollen count was awful (can’t win ’em all). Continue reading “AudPodge vs. Australia”→