|This bloke looks like he's going to be sucked into the ocean.|
|I love the way the kelp at the back of the rocks stands up|
and how the water at the front is trickling over the ledge.
Point two: Do not under any circumstances allow even the merest hint of social media to rear its ugly time sapping head. Not Facebook, not Twitter and certainly NOT G+. Bad, bad, bad G+.
Bad Google for allowing it to be invented.
|The Pacific Gulls are unconcerned about the crashing waves.|
Point three: Turn off any alerts for email messages coming in. It's not going to be life threatening if you ignore it! It doesn't matter if you look at it in an hour or so - after you've slurped another cup of tea and made a tempting tea cake to reward you for all that intense concentration and proved that you can resist the temptation of procrastinating!
Point four: Turn off your phone and take it outside and bury it. Deep. Very deep. Throw away the spade into the nearest passing truck that's on a non stop service to the farthest point in the country.
Arck, argh, ergh. Focus... This can be done
|The crest on the centre left is a combination of waves crashing into each other |
from different directions. Definitely not good for swimming.
1. Splash face with cold water.
2. Three minutes of exercise.
3. Munch on a piece of fruit.
4. And go for it!
After taking my own advice, I'm pleased to say my conference presentation is almost ready! Hooray!!
CDAA 2012 in Canberra, here I come :)
Note: No phone was injured to enable my presentation to be completed.