The light at the end of the tunnel

great ocean road

Okay so I’m not gonna lie everyone, I am procrastinating like a crazy person at the moment. Or rather, I’m procrastinating like a university student who’s neglected their study all semester in favour of having a good time – because that’s exactly who I am and what I’ve done. But seriously, can you blame me? I should be having the time of my life at the moment, so I am. But, at least for the moment, I have to give all that capacity for adventure up. Just for a couple of weeks while I study like I’ve drunk five double shot lattes, which, let’s be honest, I probably have. At the same time, though, I need something to get me through. A light at the end of the tunnel, so to speak. And for me, that light is the conference I’m going to in July.

Okay okay I know. That sounds super boring and lame, but it’s not, I swear! It’s a series of talks for people who are thinking about dance teachers held by world class dancers and instructors alike. It’s an amazing opportunity and (and this is super cool) it’s held in Lorne! I’ve spent quite  a lot of time around the surf coast, but somehow I’ve never managed to make it all the way around the Great Ocean Road to Lorne. But this conference has managed to get the best venue for hire I’ve ever heard of in my life (seriously, who knew, right?) and the couple of days needed for the talks is, if I know myself at all, going to extend into a week of sun and surf. Uh, it’s just such a good idea to have conference venues all around Victoria, not just in the city. Who doesn’t love a weekend away, am I right?