Valentines Sunflowers, Yoga Dates + A New Car

The lasts weeks have been eventful.
So eventful, that we got a tiny little bit our of balance, trying to manage so much at the same time.
Sometimes you have to be patient with yourself.
But it breaks my heart not being able to update our little blog in time.
Moving, adjusting and working full time in new jobs takes more time and energy then we have expected.
The lovely Gaby from This Little Port gave us a pass for a Yoga class in a studio where she is teaching, and we got hooked. It's the most wonderful thing after a long day off work, just to switch off for that little time and to exercise, breath and to get back in touch with your body.
For Valentines day Dave got me a big bunch of Sunflowers, we went to Yoga and for dinner after.
What a wonderful little miracle break that was.

Besides the overwhelming response job wise, I enjoy every single day of my work and feel
driven to get better everyday in everything I do.
One night we watched "Jiro Dreams Of Sushi", such an inspiring movie I highly recommend it to anyone.

We still need to learn how to manage our new schedule here in Sydney, but I know that time will
be our main helper, it takes a little time to adjust to a completely new city in a completely new continent at the other end of the world and it will get easier from here, right?
Great news is: We got a little car! Finally! As with my freelance work I have to drag super heavy
suitcases with me containing my professional makeup kit, I was exhausted carrying it up and down stairs in public transport, especially in this heat after loooong days of work.
On the upside I was able to take the ferry to work the other day, which was a real treat,
sitting in the sun, seeing the beautiful skyline, eating fruit salad on the way to my bride.
Every day I am still amazed we are having a beach behind our house (on the photo above)
I just need a couple of driving lessons with Dave, as I am not used to driving on the left side of the road as well as the huge roads with many lanes here in Sydney.
Phew, wish me luck!

We squeezed a wonderful sunny Sunday afternoon with family to celebrate Dave's Dads birthday, seeing our little nephew growing soooo fast and strong and enjoying some BBQ and carrot cake.
 Now we are looking forward to the Easter Weekend: We will plan a little trip and just relax.
Sydney, we still love you! You are much faster then we expected, things are moving at light speed.
We are still adjusting, one step at a time.