Kick back Sunday's are my favourite day of the week. It's the one day where I try my darnedest to avoid work, to plan as little as possible and to experience and appreciate my surrounds a little more than normal. When the complexities of life's demands can creep in and take their toll on the other six days, there needs to be a day solely reserved for recharging and lifting ones spirits.
I've decided to occasionally mix in some more lifestyle posts or at the very least, imagery from interesting places or items I encounter. To broaden the spectrum of what you get exposed to and share a little bit more of my world. After all, I think it's pretty obvious that life exists beyond fashion and I, for one, know I'm always captivated when I come across mixed blog content. There is just a little snippet of an outfit mixed in for good measure.
So this is an example of my 'me/family' reserved day. Taking in the splendour of the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), the Arts District, surrounding streetscapes and parks was the most that I could muster this Sunday. Keeping to no-one's time but my own, it's been a fair time since I played tourist. As it turned out the no-game-plan day was the most relaxing I have had in at least six months. It made me realise that getting back to the basics is something that deserves more focus and time.
Photography by Tom Cunningham