“Each age has deemed the new-born year The fittest time for festal cheer.”

– Walter Scott





For a few days my family travelled to Tasmania, for which I was given the immediate responsibility to guard our house. For a few days, E and I occupied the house and honestly it was awesome! I think I over-bought groceries, because I only cooked a few new dishes I found online and the rest is up to my mum to use it. During that time I was successful in not burning the meals or the house, for that matter haha.

Christmas in Sydney this year was less humid than usual, it has been a streak of clouds and soft winds. I prefer it though, the only thing missing was snow. I spent Christmas this year with E’s family at their place, very relaxed and lots of food. I kind of wished though I was on holiday somewhere else, but still I was grateful for the coming end of the year. Yesterday was a long drag at work, a 10 hour shift that consisted a lot of people unhappy with prices… if you cannot afford it, then tough. It is not the end, seriously find another activity to do.

I am not sure if I wrote on the previous post but, I have officially decided to go full-time study mode this year. Hopefully finish all my units this year and get a move on with my career path, what ever that is.

~ MJ

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