What week is it? What day is it? My work sent us working from home full time at the beginning of March and I think it took me about a month to get used to the routine of WFH. I try my best to keep my standard office hours but found myself spending more time … Continue reading Life under COVID19 lockdown
No, this is not an April's Fool joke. Sadly, we are saying goodbye to Melbourne and our expected leave date is April 30th. We don't have any regrets leaving Melbourne earlier than expected - in fact, we're happy! Melbourne has been great and our original plan was to work however long we needed to save … Continue reading Last month in Melbourne
Two weeks ago, I finally redeemed Dan's Valentine's Day gift! For those who don't know, I had a pixie cut last summer. While it was nice, the growing out phase was horrendous! I began to feel very self conscious and unhappy with my hair but I was also very cheap and couldn't justify spending $100+ … Continue reading Got my hair styled and I no longer look like a “single soccer mom”!
If you know me in real life, you'll probably laugh and couldn't believe that I was once often described as outgoing, fierce, confident, and even intimidating. Shit, I can't believe my peers used to describe as that as well! Now, I'm often told I'm quiet. And you know, I wasn't born loud and confident either. … Continue reading Claiming my Confidence Back
Happy birthday to my best friend, my partner in crime, my love ❤️ May your 29th bring you much more happiness, peace, good health and success! Always looking forward to growing old with you 😘
Hey, can you believe it? We finally got around to doing something touristy and leaving the city! It only took about 2 months to do so... lol. On Australia Day (Jan 26th), we finally went on the long-awaited Grampians bus tour. I found this bus tour hosted by New to Melbourne on Facebook and it's … Continue reading The Grampians Trip | New to Melbourne Bus Tours
Last week, I went to my first ever Australia Opening... actually, make it my first tennis game ever. If you don't count any games I've watched my classmates play back in high school. Dan has been doing some work at the AO and decided to grab some court tickets to catch this event. I didn't … Continue reading My First Australian Open!