First swim of the year down at Cudgeon Creek this afternoon. And despite a little sunburn (what was I thinking not putting on sunscreen!?!?!?), I continue to be amazed at just how I’ve learned to give-n0-fcks about going into the water.
After today’s Indigenous arts | business workshop I found myself in an impromptu catch up with Nancy, Alice and Damien, all of whom are Murra Indigenous business alumni.
Today we went swimming at Uriarra Crossing which is part of the Murrumbidgee River. It was a little stoney, but the water was lovely after the tail end of the east coast heat-wave.
Last night I headed to the Queensland Multicultural Centre at Kangaroo Point to see Moments of Self curated by Tiina Alinen. The project is part of her work as a dancer, choreographer, dance therapist and community arts worker.
Today I was honoured to have been part of the PhD Confirmation committee for a wonderful artist from Stradbroke Island-Minjerribah. It was an incredible honour to be amongst some of the best minds in the country.
There are few places more beautiful than North Queensland for freshwater creeks. Behana Creek is one of our family’s favourite spots – particularly the ‘clay wall’.
After a family member’s recent serious heart health scare in late October I became obsessed with the idea of buying a FitBit. You see – I’m not fit. And I regularly don’t do much about it. Certainly not very much in the past twelve months when I’ve been working nearly 7 days a week.
Today’s 4km walk was much easier. It’s been 7 days since I’ve resumed walking, AND instead of morning we left it until the cool of the late afternoon.