#TrustInHumanityTuesday, and The Love/Hate Tag


This is usually the part where I’d do an entire Trust In Humanity Tuesday post, but I’ll save you the reading and just say, can we get a hells yeah for the outpouring of support for the little kid blowing up Humans of New York this week?

Side note, how great is this show? I’ve just binge-watched the lot in the last few weeks.

That awesomeness speaks for itself, so for today’s post I’m finally getting around to the Love/Hate tag, which Joana from 100 Things I Love nominated me for. It’s a super simple concept – list 10 things you love, 10 things you hate, and 10 bloggers who you’d like to see follow suit.

These things are only fun when they’re kept light-hearted, but I’ve seen a few passive aggressive tweets about these posts being very “first world.” So let’s just assume all important bases like family, my appreciation for being born in a country like Australia, and a hatred for war etc. all go without saying, and agree not to be dicks to each other 🙂

Now for the details – these started hard then got very easy.

10 things I love

  1. Airports on Friday nights
  2. Coffee
  3. Soy wax candles
  4. 1000 piece jigsaw puzzles
  5. Snorkelling
  6. Sunrises
  7. Sunsets
  8. Visiting my home town
  9. My Riffi mitt
  10. Live music

10 things I hate

  1. Airports on Monday mornings
  2. Goannas
  3. Pork (but bacon is OK)
  4. Grocery shopping
  5. Waiting in lines
  6. Myself, after wasting a Sunday binge-watching a TV series.
  7. Dentists
  8. Mustard
  9. Cleaning
  10. Having to stand up on public transport

10 bloggers I want to tag
For the sake of mixing this up and not linking to my same-old-same-old (but favourite!) go tos, I’ve listed a few lovely bloggers who have followed me on Twitter recently:

  1. Natterly
  2. Twenty Something XO
  3. Anna Alina
  4. The Intern Diaries
  5. Kirsty H Wright
  6. Auburn Pride
  7. Booby Traps
  8. We’re Going On An Adventure
  9. Sweetened Sour
  10. SarahG2747

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    1. Haha I never even considered that it might be a weird thing to say! They just have a nice feel about them on Friday evenings – you’re usually surrounded by happy people who are excited for wherever they’re going, whether that’s a holiday, or home after a week of working away. My partner is in the army and used to do a lot of training halfway across the country, and if I ever went to spend a weekend with him I’d leave on Friday nights.

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