I feel like I start every post with an apology for how long it’s taken me to turn up here again (but seriously, April?!!). It’s so boring and very repetitive so let’s just skip over that part and go straight for an update. In mid-March I finished up my second graduate rotation and settled in the litigation group. I learnt a lot last year but it’s nice to be back in litigation. I enjoy the work and so far, the hours have been much better. That will all change if I end up working on a trial later in the year but for now, I’m enjoying it while it lasts.
We’re going to Japan next month and I swear, the planning is almost as fun as the actual trip. We are staying at this incredible post-war hotel before it’s torn down later this year (what is wrong with people?!). Apart from Tokyo, we’re making an obligatory stop in Kyoto and spending a few days in Matsumoto and the Kiso Valley. If you have any Japan tips, I would LOVE to hear them!
I wish we were going to make it to Japan in time to see this stunning exhibition.
Watching Frances Ha was a really nice way to waste an afternoon over the Easter long weekend.
This Must Be The Place really is the place. The spritzes are delicious and pretty good value. It’s also a really lovely, light space (and a very welcome change from the Mexican, juke joint, speakeasy bars dotted all over Sydney). It’s so good I made it twice in the space of a week.
I made these old favourites this week.
I thought I’d be the last person on earth to embrace yoga but I started going last year when I found a hip hop yoga studio called Yoga 213. It was amazing and I quickly realised there is a lot less crazy is my life when I’m doing yoga (also, I can touch my toes for the first time in my life!). Sadly, Yoga 213’s Sydney studio closed in December and I’ve been looking for another studio since. Yoga Satya is my favourite. The classes are small and you can hear the ocean as you practice.
Happy Sunday friends, thanks for reading. Xo