May 2017 ThumbsUp
Smoking Bans– Cigarette smoking is just plain gross, and non-smokers shouldn’t have to cop second hand smoke. We’re all for smoking bans.
Jumper Weather – The novelty will no doubt wear off quickly, but it is nice to rug up in a jumper having not done so for the best part of six months.
Saving Tiny Babies – Sign up to run the SMH Half Marathon on May 21, join Sophie Smith’s team (read about it on page 44), and help save babies’ lives.
Leftover Chocolate – The best part of the recently passed Easter is the stockpile of chocolate that you’ll likely accrue and snack on throughout May.
Joe’s For Men – Joe’s $15 buzz cuts are quite possibly the best value thing in the whole of the Eastern Suburbs, and Joe is a bloody legend to boot!
Blanket Booze Bans – Randwick Council could at least conduct a community consultation on this, particularly given that its residents weren’t responsible.
Rain – Apparently it rained on 23 of March’s 31 days, and April didn’t get off to a great start either. Unless you’re a farmer or duck, precipitation is the pits.
Runny Noses – With temps plummeting and more hours spent indoors, colds and flu are inevitable. Add kids and you’ll be crook more often than not.
Daylight Saving Sleep Deprivation – Anyone with kids knows full well that the end of daylight saving does not mean an “extra hour of sleep”.
Trapezii – The muscles that connect the neck and shoulders are the bane of our existence, particularly when they’re in spasm and deadline is looming.