What would make me really happy?


Not having to wake up early in the mornings

Lazy breakfasts

A greater sense of control over things like how the house is organised (even though I try hard to convince myself that not being in charge is less of a hassle and leaves me more free time)

An afternoon siesta

Casual dressing

Good wholesome meals for less

Time to curl up with a good book sometimes



My year 2011, or OMGoodness, I did all that? (broad wink)

I know of people who publicise themselves by writing/talking about all the awards they won. Well. If that makes them happy. Awards are external validations of one’s awesomeness. Now, if there was some way that I surpassed myself, that would be something to be proud of. I don’t know whether I have anything to write about in this regard, but, for what it’s worth, here’s my list:

1. Put together a sum I wouldn’t have thought possible, mainly from my own and Nelson’s salary.

2. Learned to speak a new vocabulary at school, and learned to teach in a non-didactic way.

3. Stopped tutoring and learned to enjoy myself more. Yoga, weightloss, etc.

4. Learned to drive! More

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