This is one of my favourite winter photos - it was 4 degrees with an apparent temp of -1, and I was wearing Queensland winter running gear (shorts and a T-shirt) in South Australia where the wind blows straight off Antarctica (or so it seemed).
Everyone was asking "Aren't you cold?"
Yes, I was. It's amazing how fast you can run with the threat of hypothermia as your incentive.
Sorry I haven't been around much these last few weeks. There's a long story as to why but you all know I love to write short, so here goes:
1. New day job
2. On top of existing day job
3. New computer (gulp)
4. Travel for new day job
5. New gym routine (Ok its not a NEW gym routine, its ROUTINE use of the gym)
6. RWA Conference - spectacular as always but squeezed in between all of the above - so not as much time at conference as previous years.
Things are starting to settle down a bit now in this "new normal" and I'm getting better at prioritising my time (aka I'm getting up earlier). Should see me round here more often as a result.