That's the best thing about this time of the year - it's never to late to cook dinner or pour a wine.
This is the first weekend in a while where I feel organised for the week ahead - no Sunday scaries here.
This weekend is Labour Weekend in New Zealand so I'm enjoying a long weekend at home. It's been so good to get a break from the grind in Auckland, which has felt me feeling pretty overwhelmed lately.
I got home late last night from spending the day in Mount Maunganui. The weather was perfect and I'm so glad Sophie dragged me out of bed at 6 am to leave..
Daylight savings, you are the best present September brought me. This is a few weeks worth of highs & lows since I have been so behind.. opps.
So because of my ever-growing to-do list, I'm going to love you and leave you with my highs and lows of the week. Have a great evening!
Picture me writing this on my couch while I stuff my face with homemade Pastel De Nata's.
Today we had torrential rain which is pretty similar to the mood I've been in since I arrived back in New Zealand.
It feels so weird to be back and writing posts again, I haven't written anything for the past month. Here's how my week has gone...
This will be my last highs and lows for a while unless by some miracle I remember to write them while I'm away. Here's what's new this week...
I booked to go to Europe at the start of the year and I can't believe it's only two weeks now until I leave. TIME FLIES.
I think this work full time-have a social life thing is catching up to me. With arriving back from Melbourne on Monday, to catching up for drinks on...
Coming to you from Melbourne. It's my last time visiting here for a while so I'm making the most of it...
I read an article the other day that said "we are a generation that marches to the beat of background noise." and it's been on my mind since.
Is it me or are the weeks flying by? We are already well into June, I'm leaving the country in exactly a month and everything is now officially booked.