Category: Life

Time is Wasted

Bah Ram You

Reading Time: 4 minutes Yesterday I wrote about experiences I had in a little gym in Prahran, Victoria. This wasn’t planned, as what I had sent was sent about a month ago, but it comes back to how your actions can have a profound effect on others, no matter how small or simple the gesture may be. So what …

Community and Fitness

Reading Time: 5 minutes Here’s something I never thought I’d have missed, or even found in the first place. Community within a gym. Sitting in a gym, working hard to undo what 8 months of no gyms has done to a lot of us (and some admittedly poor choices due to a lack of focus and a lack of …

Big

Reading Time: 5 minutes Reading a friend of mine’s blog last night about the same subject, inspired me to write my own story about it. It isn’t something I like to talk about with people and is something that’s become a major problem since isolation and the hotel quarantine. I say hotel quarantine, but I’m not sure if the …

Killing a Friendship

Reading Time: 6 minutes Back in 2018, in March, me and a few friends went to the Yarra Valley to celebrate my birthday. It was a fun few days. We rented a car, toured the wineries, did all the things that you’d expect in a food and wine region. Several months later, I could cross 3 of those friends …

Quarantine Bears

Reading Time: 2 minutes Had a couple of ideas on what I wanted to write about tonight, both are a bit different, but I want to write about both and this is my blog so I’m going to write about both. In the same post. Sue me. Attachment After many months of being stuck in isolation during the Melbourne …

Quarantine Day Zero

Reading Time: 3 minutes Well, I made it to Perth. I really don’t know what to say about the quarantine. On one hand, I don’t want to complain because the hotel is acceptable and I can understand (to a degree) why the state is doing this. On the other hand, there’s plenty of fuckery going on in all of …

Walk Out The Door

Reading Time: 4 minutes I’m less than 2 days away from leaving Melbourne and heading back to Perth (though it is, at this stage, supposed to be temporary). I broke down crying out the front of what has been my home for a majority of this COVID lockdown. Melbourne has been my home for near on 6 years now. …

Homecoming

Reading Time: 2 minutes I’m going home. Temporarily anyway. In case you haven’t worked it out, I mean I’m going back to Perth. Right now, it is only intended to be temporary. 6 to 12 months. But I still feel uneasy about it. Melbourne has been my home for almost 6 years now. A city that I loved, that’s …