I'm reluctant to go overseas anytime soon.
I think my family think I'll be going back next summer (as in UKsummer time). If I do I'll be booking at the last minute. Usually if I go for June /July I'd already have it booked. A bit too scared to for awhile yet.
I'd prefer to wait to see how things go first.
After having to cancel going in 2020, don't want to go through all those dramas again.
I think it depends on personal situation. For overseas holidays I think it'll probably be better to wait until 2022 but for people who are desperate to see family and plan to stay outside Australia for at least a few months then it actually makes sense to go as soon as they can.
This is my worry, but I'm hoping, now with a high percentage of people vaccinated, that we won't go back down that path. But you don't know.The main thing I'd want to know before travelling is what that "normal" is. We still have no clear idea on that. I want there to be some stability in the system. I don't want to have any major suprises. Risk suddenly being locked out of the country or locked in another country. Cancelled flights. Suddenly needing to pay for a first-class ticket to get home. Extra costs for guaranteeing when I didn't expect it.
I don't start back until Wednesday!
Yes, my first AZ jab hurt more on the first one. The second one sort of came and went, Came back and went again. But I had no weird feelings after it like the first one.My arm killed for about 2 days after both AZ shots, but thankfully that was my only side effect. A friend got pretty run down the day after, but everyone else I know was fine.
There'll be an election announced by the end of this week.
Summer is coming in Sydney. People locked up for months. A great time for the singles. I think NYE might be huge.
Probably a blessing in disguise!! It was bloody busy lol.I don't start back until Wednesday!
The restrictions of only 5 clients per salon we had to work out who's working when, and because I only usually work Wednesday - Saturday I felt I should free up space for those who dont want specific days like me, since there are 7 of us.
It must feel good feeling more like yourself again and popping into the pub for a few
He's doing the numbers.Actually, I retract that. This morning, Morrison seems to have decided to go to COP26 in Glasgow after all. Which would indicate no election this year.
So I guess cases and deaths increasing in NSW over the next five weeks will all be for nothing, if they don't hold it in November? I was sure is was all for a short term sugar rush for the election, especially with people being urged to vote early rather than wait until election day.He's doing the numbers.
Projecting he's going to lose a fair few of seats in Vic & Queensland, but thinks he'll make them up in NSW. That's why he's giving us so much love lately. Too little, too late I think. But then again, people have short memories..
I don't understand this logic either but if it's not equal then people will would probably complain. Maybe it'll change. Wonder if Joh Bailey in Double Bay has reopened?Probably a blessing in disguise!! It was bloody busy lol.
The 5 person per salon rule definitely slows down the process, but understandable. Having a blanket rule of 5 per salon, regardless of size, is a bit silly though. You can have 5 clients in a tiny barber shop, but also the same amount in those huge fancy Eastern Suburbs salons? I think the square metre rule probably makes more sense? Hopefully they ease up a bit when we hit 80% next week!