A perfect day is something like today. A soothing afternoon at the National Multicultural Festival and you’re just not doing anything, just relaxing and enjoying the show.

I would describe myself as a soon-to-be mother. It means a lot to me to be a woman, especially when I’m going to be a mother.

Love and marriage brings me to Canberra, and the best thing about Canberra is that I feel extremely safe, even in the middle of the night if I’m travelling by myself it is extremely safe here in Canberra.

The hardest thing is—especially for me when I don’t have a full driver’s license—to access the public transport. And also, because I’m away from family, if I want to catch an international flight I have to go to Sydney or Melbourne because they don’t have an international airport here in Canberra.

Most of the time it’s easy to maintain your health and wellbeing in Canberra, unless someone has got a disease that needs treatment with a doctor, especially if you don’t have private health insurance. It’s difficult to get a doctor’s appointment easily.

My three favourite things in life would be career, health and family.


Image created by Liz Thompson