Tagged with life

New Year’s Non Resolutions

New Year’s Non Resolutions

I don’t believe in new years resolutions. By my thinking, if you want to do something, why not just do it? What difference does it make if it’s the first of January or the 20th of September? Approximately none, that’s how much. The only difference is that you and a million other people will likely … Continue reading

A leg up, or indulgent parenting?

A leg up, or indulgent parenting?

Buying property is always a hot topic at dinner parties. As humans, we can’t help but measure our progress compared to others, just to see if we are keeping up with the Joneses. So the latest news in Sydney’s expensive property market for parents to buy a million-dollar property for their children has the city … Continue reading

Getting somewhere

Getting somewhere

My days are currently all blurring into each other. Sometimes it feels a bit like swimming upstream. Keeping on top of everything is an impossibility. As soon as one thing is crossed off the To Do list, another two or three things get added onto the end. On top of a full time job and … Continue reading

Taking the good with the bad

Taking the good with the bad

I shaved my legs today for the first time in about 3 months. To be honest, I probably could have gone for another 3 months, but I was geting excited at all this warm Sydney weather we’d been having lately. It was finally time to rid myself of winter hairiness and prepare myself for summer! … Continue reading

When work and life fall out of balance

When work and life fall out of balance

You know what, all you avid LLTO followers? I’ve been really struggling to find the time to write a blog post this week. The big project I am managing went live last week and so this week I am dealing with a myriad of post-go-live tasks. And in case that wasn’t enough to be dealing … Continue reading

A life of hobbies

A life of hobbies

I hate questions like “what do you do in your spare time?” and “what are your hobbies?” I mean who the hell even has “hobbies” these days? The reason I hate these relatively unassuming questions, is because in my twisted mind, what they sound like are “what do you do that justifies your existence?” and … Continue reading

Looking past limits

Looking past limits

I love TED. You could probably call it a slight addiction to TED. I love being inspired. I love being informed. And I love feeling the humanity, sincerity, earnestness, and honesty of the speakers talking about their life, their passions, and their research work that is all contributing to a better understanding of us and … Continue reading