I have always said how much I'd love to someday work from home... Not having to do hair/make-up, or go through peak hour traffic/trains, I always thought it would save me so much time and stress. For the past couple of weeks I have been doing just that, working from home. I've been fortunate enough to have been kept busy with freelance design projects but I've come to the realization that working from home is so not as productive as I thought it'd be! Waking up is so much easier when you know you have to be out of the house by a certain time and distractions are around every corner (there's no guilt in checking my Instagram feed at home whereas in a workplace I wouldn't dare). I've reached a point where I'm almost done with my jobs and have updated my CV and PDF folio ready to start job hunting but there is this pending job interview at this company that I would loooove to work for... I'm told that this interview may not take place for another couple of weeks so I'm putting my job hunting on hold, obviously there are other candidates and there's a large chance that this will fall through for me but I'm hopeful. Anyway, so I've got a bit of free time on my hands now but I feel like this is my opportunity to maybe start some self initiated projects to enhance my folio. I can't wait until I can finally work a full time job, I'm craving that exhaustion from the 9 to 5 routine!
This is the brunch I had with my dad on Sunday at The Lovebird.
After coming home from brunch, my mom and I went on a mini road trip out to Frankston to visit Elisabeth Murdoch's Cruden Farm as it was open to the public.
It was a nice afternoon out... But not for my allergies.
Yo-Chi on the way home.
Made dinner that night, a soba salad using Hakubaku noodles. The perfect meal for summer, it's not often that something so tasty is actually healthy.
Cony soaking in my Diptyque candle, she smells so heavenly now...
Oreo cereal, so good. Lately I've been eating left overs from dinner for breakfast and cereal for lunch...