It’s so early in the year and it’s already been a bit of a long one. I feel like it;s dragged on for a bit already. So much has happened in such little time and I’ve nothing really to talk about at the moment.
However, I’m not going to get into all the drama and bullshit that has transpired in such a short time. Instead I shall get into the details of moving once more.
So once more I’m living away from the city. Not too far, but not too close either. I’m in a place close to where I grew up and I’m enjoying the reduced amount of noise. I’m enjoying it more than I thought I would, if I am to be honest. However, if I am to be more honest, it was not something that I considered regarding the move, so I don’t know how much I thought I was going to care about the noise, or anticipated to care.
I’ve lived in two different areas of the inner west now (to clarify, I’m not referring to suburbs) and something that strikes me as interesting is how non-diverse suburbs such as Newtown and Glebe are versus suburbs slightly further out but still in the inner west, and yet the ones closer to the city are considered representative of the inner west.
I’m also taken aback by how much it seems that people in the trendier suburbs seem kind of unwilling to venture farther out due to inconvenience, or some other reason.
The inner west of Sydney is a pretty large region and yet it seems to be considered as being only the trendy suburbs and it doesn’t make sense to me. The trendy suburbs are kind of not that great. Aside from a small few, they feel superficial compared to other parts of Sydney.
That’s not to say that there aren’t problems elsewhere, but there seems to be a bit more going on just a little bit further out. It’s just not as pronounced as no one seems to be interested in going there, which is kind of a good thing.
Anyway, I’ve moved into a house once more and once more there is a backyard.
It’s a quieter area but an area that still has good access to public transport.
Nothing too major.
That’s all I have for now.