Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Beautifoolly Chaotic

It's been a chaotic week, over the past week, thus I haven't replied to any emails, nor have I posted anything. I leave the house at 7am and I don't get home usually until about 10pm, which doesn't give me a lot of time to read, write and reply. I had a backtrack of over 120 emails to read, 23 to reply to, and I still have got 5 emails to reply to, which I just couldn't find the energy to anymore. I spent a full day, yesterday, just going through my inbox and attempting to clear it out - so far, I've still got a bit to go.

So, Nathan, if you are reading this, I want you to know that I am going to reply to your email as soon as I can. :)

On another note, I just recently got selected to be on the advisory board of a corporation. I am on a few advisory boards of non-profits, and that's why I used to fly down to Sydney and Melbourne every month for 2 years. I'm always flown the cheapest flight, given a private room in a hostel and a cab charge (a credit card for cabs). This time, for the corporation, I am flying Qantas on business class, given a rented car and boutique suite for 2 nights, for a day meeting. I can get used to this.

I'll be in Melbourne for about a week, catching up with friends, meeting friends I've communicated via social networking sites like Twitter and email but never real life and other colleagues. Also going to work on a collaborative project with a friend of mine.

I'm very tempted to just move to Melbourne. My favourite city in Australia (except in Winter).


the immigayrant said...


True, I love Melbourne too. And I do wish the winter could be more mild to better suit tropical creatures like me. LoL!

Aek said...

Busy busy. :-P

Biki said...

Ahh the joys of traveling in business class...I swear the seats are an acre wide. The food is much better too...if you are lucky enought to get on a food service flight. And a suite as well? Lucky you! Enjoy!

Jason Shaw said...

Whoo soo busy, hope you are finding a bit of time to relax and be you! Very Important that.

Sounds like a good trip, enjoy. I loved Melbourne when I visited many years ago - much better than Sydney - though I did like the Queensland coast! Have fun.

Ron said...

Wow nice, corporate benefits.

Tassie's winters = nothing lol. Melbourne's would surely be nicer

savante said...

Ah travelling on business class. The drinks. The seats. The food. Sigh. Makes it difficult to be relegated to coach after!

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