Today has been one of the most relaxing in a while. I think after the hectic week and late nights I needed to force myself to sit still.
I still don't think I've established a post-quarantine routine so it's made it hard to get my daily back on track.
I'm back in Wanaka spending time with the family and it's so nice to be back already. I can't get over how cold it is here though and I'm still in denial that it's winter.
Hello Sunday, I'm almost glad you're here. I don't say that lightly because I live for the weekend but there was something about this one that rubbed me the wrong way.
After 8 (9?) weeks at spent at home, I'm finally back in Auckland. It really is bittersweet to be back.
After spending the past three hours watching TikTok's I'm about to leave the house for the ultimate weekly outing: the supermarket. As you can probably already tell this week has been pretty chilled. Nothing new to report on my end, let's skip to the good stuff.
Endless spare time in isolation - it's been hard, it's been fun and it's been interesting. Here's what I've been reminded during this time...
Living here is starting to feel very normal so I'm not sure how it will be when I finally have to say goodbye.
I don't know about you but the weeks are flying by for me in quarantine. I couldn't tell you when this week even started as all the days seem to blend into each other.
Podcasts, books, Netflix is a pretty accurate summary of my past week. The weather here has dropped considerably, and with a fresh dump of snow on the hills, it's starting to feel like winter.
It's raining outside, the perfect Easter Sunday situation. I've made hot crossed buns for breakfast, chocolate eggs for lunch and I've spent the day...
What day is it again? I think we're all feeling the side effects of days merging in this lockdown. I feel like I'm on a strange prolonged holiday that still includes working full time from my office (the couch).
Staying in this week? So is the rest of the world. Here's a complication of my favourite stay at home activities to keep you busy, fed and entertained.
I'm not looking forward to tomorrow so writing this is kind of painful. Sometimes weeks are harder than others and I'm predicting that the next won't be any better considering my current mood, coronavirus and the general panic in the air.
I have to admit that this week flew by for me, so fast I can’t even remember what…