If you follow me on insta you'll probably know, thanks to my abundance of celebratory posts, that my honours thesis is officially submitted (yay!). One of the best lessons I learnt over the year was about time management. There were lots of things I just didn't want to miss out on over the year, so I became obsessed with not wasting time. That meant getting stuff done at any little window of spare time, such as bus rides, work lunch breaks and early mornings (it's amazing how productive you can be between the hour of 6:30am-7:30am).
Anyway, now that I finally have some time to breathe, I've realised that what I'm enjoying the most is an absence of guilt. I no longer have this thing constantly occupying some nether region of my brain at all times, and so I thoroughly enjoyed my first free weekend since Europe in July.
These pics are some of my favourite from Sunday; a late leisurely lunch of the vegan breakfast plate and the largest mugs of (extra hot) coffees at kawa Surry Hills with some of my favourite people, followed by a spot of grocery shopping at the new About Life across the road.
I am wearing a new skirt that resulted from a bout of procrasti-shopping a few weeks ago from Misguided Fashion. I'm in love with the pastel pink colour, so I kept it the focus of the skirt by paring it with a staple black H&M tank and my fave Cheap Monday denim jacket.
This weekend reaffirmed my excitement for summer holidays, to be filled with endless cafe dates, plenty of exploring and beach days.
Good luck to all those finishing off final exams and assessments!