Life is busy work. We often spend our days running around, trying to keep up with the hundreds of tasks that we still need to do, too preoccupied to stop and realize what we are on about. Not stopping to enjoy the little things in life.
Well, as they say, realization is the first step to rectification. So, instead of going on like I have, I have decided to take a step back and start enjoying the little things. Like taking my daughter to school.
Continue reading “Life’s Little Pleasures”
Back in 2015, we wrote a list of the 38 things we wanted to do in Australia. On there, as item 5, was attend a wedding. Yesterday I experienced something that was not on the list.
I was invited to attend a funeral. The 16 year old daughter of one of my colleagues had passed away.
Continue reading “Not on the list…”
(title image via wikimedia, by Liamdavis)
I moved to Australia being used to taking the train to work. I have done this for years in the Netherlands, and I have always been a fan of public transport. So naturally, my first instinct was to do the same here, and so I have done for the past year.
A few weeks ago, though, I have changed my mind. Continue reading “The daily commute – updated version”
Project Avo is now almost 2 months old. Time for another update.
Continue reading “Project Avo – Update 3”
It has just turned spring in Australia, when the sun is out it warms up quickly in Melbourne. So today it was 24 degrees and we decided to hop into the car and drive to the beach! Continue reading “A day at the beach”
After an off day there is always the next day. Luckily everything seems a lot brighter today and that is not only because of the pleasant sunshine outside. Continue reading “The day after the off day at school”
I should have known it. After writing a positive post this weekend about the school experience so far it was bound to happen. The off day. Continue reading “Off day at school”