Thursday, 25 April 2013

Bunnies visit Wellington

Hola readers. Again apologies for not being as frequent with my blog posts. Life happens, and things get put on the back burner, which unfortunately tends to be the blog. But do not fret, I always return. I had the most glorious weekend in Wellington last weekend for the flat warming of a good friend. It was a pretty crazy night, after the flat party we hit town and stayed out till about 5:30am. I worked out that this meant that I had been in my heels for about 8 hours straight! And my feet were in so much pain as a result. But it was fun. Wellington town is so much better than Palmy. There's this club called Famous which is my favourite (that I've been to anyway) cause it plays all my favourite tunes and has a real cool atmosphere.

The next day was pretty much a write-off cause we were so tired. But I did try Bubble tea which was a first. I had a milky Taro flavoured one, and didn't really like it. But I had a sip of my friend's mango non-milky one which was delicious so I'm still on the bubble tea fence (so to speak).

All in all, a great weekend. 
Thank you Wellington, always a pleasure :)

Monday, 15 April 2013

Those friends

I've made a new friend recently. And he's become one of 'those friends'. You know the ones, that you can talk to about the most random stuff, at all hours. Whenever we hang out in town, we ditch beer barrel (the place to be in wee ol palmy) and climb the FMG building, go round the side, sit down and yarn about the most random things. Last time it was about the social skills vs academic skills you attain at university, and whether it's better to aim for straight As and not go out much, or go out and socialise but only get B grades. Interesting stuff. We've also discussed the merits of being male vs female, football and IQ tests.

I love friends like that, that you can have random yarns with. I'm very lucky that all of my closest friends are ones I can do exactly this with :)



Tuesday, 9 April 2013

One week on

So the wellness challenge....yeah....haha. So it pretty much failed miserably last week when it was supposed to start. I blame the fact that I had visitors from out of town and thus was going out for meals, having movie nights etc etc. BUT I've made a much greater effort this week. I've been very good and healthy and have been to the gym more so feeling better about my efforts! Still have areas that I need to improve on but pretty pleased with my week so far in this sense. And when you eat healthy you realise how yum healthy food is! Like I had low-fat yoghurt with muesli and sultanas for lunch yesterday and it was so delish! Don't know why I don't have that more often tbh. And apples are just so yummy. As are salads, and soup! (It's been ridiculously cold here lately).

On another note, I've been super busy with work at the paper lately, and am getting things published every week. Things I've covered lately have included: a triathlon, the 'Square Affair' retro festival, a 100th birthday celebration, the NZ and US meat export market (my Daddy would be proud), home insulation and education for teen parents. It's so varied and interesting, and I love it.

Also had my two 21st celebrations recently, one a huge house party (which was soooooo fun/crazy) and the other a lovely lunch back in Hastings with my family and a couple of friends. Got to catch up with these gorgeous ladies who I don't get to see very often:

And this was my amazing cake courtesy of le mothership:
Wish I turned 21 more often!!

Monday, 1 April 2013

Wellness Challenge

I saw on Here Comes the Sun, my all-time favourite blog, that she is engaging in a 30 day wellness challenge thingy majig. And I desperately need a detox myself so I'm going to give it a go! I figure that if I blog about my progress it will (hopefully) keep me motivated and accountable!!

Here are my goals:

  • Severely cut down my sugar intake (sugar is my weakness, it's truely terrible)
  • Drink more water
  • Gym 4-5x per week
  • Severely up my fruit and vege intake!
  • Eat breakfast everyday

^^ YUM!!

A question

I have a question for you. It's about relationships. I wonder, how do you know when you should enter into one? Do you have to have feelings to begin with, or can they develop? Should you 'date' first and let the feelings develop then enter into the relationship? It's ok to be super selective, right? complicated...

^^ ??

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