There is one part of lockdown that I can truly say I’ll miss, when all this is over.
And that is – sleeping in.
Every single day.
In ‘real life’ my alarm goes off just after 6am, so I have time to get ready, prep food for work and get the 50 minute commute in so I’m at my office for 8am. Now? Well, my alarm goes off at 7:15am, I get out of bed at 7:45am and I’m at my dining table turned desk at 8am.
I’m seriously loving it. But I can definitely feel my natural body-clock becoming later and later.
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If I had to pinpoint a scenario where I am most happy and content, it would be this:
Sunbathing in 30 degrees in a hot country, with an ice cold Diet Coke & a great novel.
Aka the dream.
I appreciate my idea of a great novel could be somewhat different to others, so I’ll just clarify that before I dive into the review.
I think I could categorise my favourite genres into two; 1) Ethical/moral & suspense fiction (read – Jodi Picoult, Susan Lewis & Diane Chamberlain) and 2) Fluffy, romantic, chick lit fiction (read – Heidi Swain & Cressida McLaughlin).
And then there’s Harry Potter. Which I will just re-read until forever. But other than HP, I’m not a fan of many other fantasy novels.
So now you know where my preferences lie, you’ll have a good idea of whether to continue with this blog post or not.
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