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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-13-2021, 06:18 PM
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Which magazines are you getting?

Tomorrow I'm going to work, eat lunch so I don't starve to death, be on the lookout for a couple of things I ordered that should be delivered soon, have to follow up with the doctor's office again for my upcoming appt (for like the 4th time, they don't ever pick up the phone nor do they return my calls despite leaving multiple VMs), call the barber to make an appt for a haircut Fri AM (they're all by appt only in my state) and I think that's it.

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I need to go to my office to get some monthly data, print some progress notes up to place on my supervisors desk to sign and check the printer to see if I need to put toner in it due to the person I share the office with doesn't know how to do it. Then come home and do the other work I can do from here.

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Finish my work tomorrow for the rest of the week, so I don't have to do any on Friday. Maybe go for a run if I don't feel like crap tomorrow (because that has been a per day basis thing lately).

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Try to do the opposite of what I did today - that was far too stressful. I think I'll just get the tram into the city, have a bit of a walk, go to the library and then see my GP in the afternoon. She's a lovely girl and always nice to talk to.
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Try to do the opposite of what I did today - that was far too stressful. I think I'll just get the tram into the city, have a bit of a walk, go to the library and then see my GP in the afternoon. She's a lovely girl and always nice to talk to.
This sounds like the world before the pandemic!

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This sounds like the world before the pandemic!
Yeah, it does a bit I guess. We're not completely back to normal here but getting a lot closer. We went through a very long lockdown last year and now there's very little of the virus here. Most of the country is just trying to stop it leaking out of hotel quarantine.

For all the silly things I say about Australia sometimes I'm very glad I live here at the moment. They've managed it very well.
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Stay-at-home day to get caught up on everything I'm too tired to do when I get home at night lol
I work from home, though, so that's slightly less relaxing than it sounds.
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post #12 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-15-2021, 04:35 AM
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Yeah, it does a bit I guess. We're not completely back to normal here but getting a lot closer. We went through a very long lockdown last year and now there's very little of the virus here. Most of the country is just trying to stop it leaking out of hotel quarantine.

For all the silly things I say about Australia sometimes I'm very glad I live here at the moment. They've managed it very well.
Being in mismanaged Britain, I am jealous. We're currently in the midst of our toughest lockdown to date. Whilst New Zealanders are living like it's 2018...

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Being in mismanaged Britain, I am jealous. We're currently in the midst of our toughest lockdown to date. Whilst New Zealanders are living like it's 2018...
Yeah, but they're in New Zealand. (no offence Kiwis)

Hopefully Boris will make up his bloody mind soon and sort it out for you guys - I need to get over there to look at the bookshops.
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Pick up groceries in the morning before work, be on the lookout for this HDMI adapter thing I bought which is supposed to get delivered tomorrow, call a locksmith (I broke the lock to my back door somehow and now it won't open) and of course work.

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