Time to reflect and relax

I have a 4 day weekend which started the moment I logged off my pc yesterday after work at 4pm. Complete relief to shut that down and just find some time to indulge me.

The past few weeks have been a real onslaught and a bit of a struggle trying to work in an environment of constant distraction (other person here) and juggling now 6 people I’m trying to support with my union hat on.

It’s funny how COVID19 has either brought out the great leaders who rise to the occasion. Yet has also highlighted those people who because of distancing feel able to behave less scrupulously in managing situations.

Both in work places or just out in the community.

For example the spate of local thefts. I’m serious. People are home and I guess the idea of burgling homes whilst people are present must be some kind of thrill. My housemates bike was stolen, right under everyone’s noses in a gated private area, where it was chained with all the other bikes. Where all the ground floor neighbours could see. Opportunists or thrill seekers?

But for the next few days I have a don’t give a toss attitude and am going to do my best to disengage from the world of stupid and do my own thing.

I’ll ignore my emails because frankly those people can wait till Tuesday and I’ll eat, watch films, read, walk and do what I love best. Being creative. It’s raining here so I can’t throw in laze in the sun, because I cannot find it.


Kristin hud dress 1 from Sascha’s Designs at the Swank Event

Essence bento nails from Avila at the Designer Showcase

Fiore eyebrows from A R T E at the Vintage Fair

Cadaques_2 backdrop from IONIC at the EQUAL10 Event

Reflectice eyes  from Amara Beauty

Gloss Lipstick from A R T E

Charlotte hair from Analog Dog

Glam on eyeshadow from A R T E

Catya bento head from CATWA

Angel shape for the Catya head LizBitz

Lara mesh body Maitreya

Edie tone 5 skin from  Amara Beauty

Beach poses from Lyrium

2 thoughts on “Time to reflect and relax

  1. I joined the local Nextdoor group a few months ago, around the time that lockdown started in earnest. It’s good to know that so many people in my neighbourhood are doing what they can to help others. Sadly, there have also been reports of thefts from people’s sheds, plus some attempted doorstep scams. Oh, and a few people have shown up on Nextdoor to stoke the Covid-19 conspiracy theories. I take a dim view of those and report them right away.

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    1. Yeah. Lots of scams. Especially those reselling items online at higher costs than necessary.
      My neighbours are fairly to themselves except when the Thursday cheering for the nhs was going on. It was quite heart warming at that time. But slowly all reverting back to their insular lives


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