As you can see, my creative output has taken a pictorial form of late. I can honestly say I’ve not been doing much since the fight, apart from trying to learn how to fight better! Most of my evenings are spent at the gym now, working hard rather than talking all the time.
A downside to spending three months gearing up for something huge, is that when it’s over, you feel a bit lost. I’d managed to get in reasonably good shape and can now run without crying. I’m not willing to loose that. So I’ve been trying to find a life/boxing balance.
The ‘life’ part of the equation took an interesting turn three weeks ago when I resigned from my job. I didn’t have any plans, I just knew it was time for change. I’d spent a lot of time THINKING about how to change things, but it didn’t lead to much. Dramatic/stupid actions had to be taken. So I’m a lady of leisure now.
I have a few things in the pipeline…I’m making friends with a PR company (a career for me, if there ever was one that didn’t involve imminent death. One day, I’ll be a supercross rider, one day) and I might be starting work on a new blog about food in Queenstown. Because I tend to eat a lot around here. I think I’m pretty darn qualified.