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    I will have 5 hours child free this Friday.. (have 3 under 6) So... what can I do? I hardly ever have free time - actually it's rare... I don't like facials, massages etc. Don't want to catch up with any friends (just want some time to myself..) but don't know what to do!!! Any ideas? I'm in Brisbane.

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    I love going to the movies by myself, followed by a yummy lunch.

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    Yay for you!!

    Things that come to my mind:

    -A walk somewhere...probably to a cafe. Have a coffee or two.
    -read newspaper or do sudoku/crossword. Things I used to do.
    -use the headspace to write a nice long to do list while I'm there to help get organised
    -write a letter to a friend...I owe a few
    -go have a really nice meal somewhere
    -just hop in the car and drive, make it up as you go along, listen to what you want
    -get creative in the kitchen
    -read a book or read up on something you're getting interested in...

    Those are some of the things I would be doing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    I will have 5 hours child free this Friday.. (have 3 under 6) So... what can I do? I hardly ever have free time - actually it's rare... I don't like facials, massages etc. Don't want to catch up with any friends (just want some time to myself..) but don't know what to do!!! Any ideas? I'm in Brisbane.
    I also have 3 under 6 (and am 33weeks preg ) and for the first time since ds2 being born have 3ish hrs free on fri! I'm going to go for a swim and then to a couple of shops I find hard to get too with ds2 :-) enjoy your time out!

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    Oh I hope you enjoy whatever you do!!

    If I had 5 hours kid free...

    -enjoy coffee and cake at my fave cafe while reading a trashy magazine
    -see a movie
    -go shopping for clothes/bras (much easier without kids in tow!)
    -take a walk by the beach

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    Hope you had a good day op! My ds1 ended up having to stay home from school sick :-(

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    oh damn Goosey.


    How did you go @Minchi ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    oh damn Goosey.


    How did you go @Minchi ?
    I had a GREAT time!! Went and had a nice café breakfast with a magazine, then bought some new clothes and a nice pair of heels... then off to get some French tips put on my fingernails and a spa pedicure.... bliss! felt a million bucks.

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    Sounds perfect @Minchi

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