Highs and lows of the week


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Ever had one of those weeks where you’re supercharged in the first half of the week then lose steam on the last few days?

This was one of them.  Started the week totally stoked (and extra early) for a 10-12 chat on air with Genevieve Jacobs of ABC Canberra about religion and climate change. Early mornings and a good level of productivity till mid-week (including a trip to the national library and a discussion on the health impacts of climate change), after which it went down hill. I partially blame the falling temperatures in the mornings that keep me in bed rather than jumping out of bed.

Anyway, here’s to a VERY late Saturday brunch. Beans, spinach and eggs on a sourdough toast. Jemput!  🙂

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