Budgy smugglers and dog walks

15 April 2020 Staying active is vital for my mental well-being. If I’m not able to get out and about and get my heart rate up, then I turn into a caged animal. Especially when there is no sign of work to stimulate me mentally. Thankfully today was a very active day with lots ofContinue reading “Budgy smugglers and dog walks”

Not everyone is obeying the rules

13 April 2020 We’re fortunate that here in Australia cases of COVID-19 have remained relatively low. There have been some 6,300 cases confirmed nationwide and 61 deaths. Although any avoidable fatality is a tragedy, the numbers are far less severe than elsewhere. Both Tory and I are English and the United Kingdom alone has nearlyContinue reading “Not everyone is obeying the rules”

Hunting for street art

8 April 2020 As I’m sure you can all appreciate, some days you have to be creative when searching for things to do in isolation. Today was one such day. So this afternoon we decided to combine our standard supermarket sweep with a hunt for some local street art around Manly. Here are some ofContinue reading “Hunting for street art”

Handstand injuries and chasing seagulls

25 March 2020 The headline is more exciting than the day itself, sadly. So I’ll keep it short and sweet today as I want to go to bed. The day started painfully. Before my morning workout routine, I attempted, and failed, a handstand. Landing heavily on my knee. It hurt (a lot), and still does.Continue reading “Handstand injuries and chasing seagulls”