“By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes.” – Macbeth Act IV, Scene I
It’s nearly 30 degrees Celsius with 100% humidity here in NZ at the moment. It’s muggy, my washing won’t dry, and my awesome weekend plans got washed away like the rain in a drain. So to take comfort, I decided to treat myself to an evening of murder, tyranny, and political ambition. Continue reading “The Scottish Play”
“Work is the curse of the drinking classes.” – Oscar Wilde
To celebrate the start of the new year (alongside all the musings about the past, and signing up to crazy sporting events), I’m going to not drink alcohol for a month.
This is partly because it’s Dry January (heeey…is that a BANDWAGON I can jump on?) and mostly because I celebrated a bit too much over the Christmas period and now I feel like my liver has it’s own heartbeat. Continue reading “Dry January – Why this is a thing for me”
“Wine is constant proof that God loves us and loves to see us happy” – Benjamin Franklin
Waiheke Island is a popular tourist destination a short 40 minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland. This weekend, me and a friend of mine went over to try some wine, chill on beaches, and get a bit sun burnt (not planned). Continue reading “A Weekend on Waiheke Island”
If anyone ever tells you to try a spin class, or that spin classes are a good idea, don’t believe them. They are trecherous, sadistic and probably a communist. Continue reading “# 30: Tried a Spin Class”