ADVICE TIME: Safety First.

With the advent of Internet, many new friendships are made, however, There is also the higher risk of personal safety. Who remembers being taught: STRANGER DANGER, In school. I do. Anyone who meets someone online, please heed this warning. Please always ensure you video chat, prior to meeting f2f. 1st meetings should be in Public,Continue reading “ADVICE TIME: Safety First.”

Video Chatting

Recently someone requested to be friends on Facebook. We chatted via messenger, and started talking about a relationship. I’m not that keen. I told her I’m Transgender, she is alledgedly Lesbian, living on the other side of the country. She then wanted to meet in person. I don’t meet anyone in person until we haveContinue reading “Video Chatting”

How To Correctly Wear A Face Mask.

How many of you despise wearing a Face Mask? Have you thought about Surgeries, where all Surgical teams must were one for several hours. For Their and Their Patients Health & Safety. If they can wear one, then we all should be too. COMPLACENCY KILLS SAFETY FIRST. I care about others, even my enemies.

Melbourne Lockdown (Again)

As we are now back in lockdown, I’d like to remind everyone to be mindful when around others. Also, if you are travelling by Public Transport: WEAR Your Face Mask CORRECTLY. Covering your mouth and nose. COMPLACENCY KILLS SAFETY FIRST. Back in the 1970’s a cousin refused to wear his seat belt. He was warnedContinue reading “Melbourne Lockdown (Again)”

Safety First.

Please can everyone stop being so complacent and be considerate of others. I’ve just learnt of Perth’s 3 day lockdown, and I feel Melbourne will follow. We need to be vigilant, not only for our own health, but those around us. I strongly urge everyone to CORRECTLY wear a face mask, when travelling on PublicContinue reading “Safety First.”

Complacency Kills.

Currently, we are experiencing a Pandemic, unlike anything from the past. As much as Lockdowns and Restrictions can be annoying In my opinion, they are necessary to save lives. I don’t work for any political party or medical supplier, just voicing my opinions. Here in Australia, we have been lucky, but still have a longContinue reading “Complacency Kills.”