Lynda (known online as Mozzette), lives in Brisbane, Australia.
She’s an Epileptic from Brisbane, Queensland, who volunteers at the Logan Art Gallery and loves to write books as well as reading them and collecting them. She currently lives in Logan City on a disability pension and owns a budgie called Little Miss Stevie.
Peter Mackay lives in Canberra, Australia.
He’s a night cabbie in Canberra, Australia’s federal capital. After being a public servant, computer programmer, second-hand bookseller and political journalist, he likes cabbing most of all. It beats working! He runs blogs at http://skyring.com.au,http://onemorefare.com, http://helloitsme.us, http://hogjowls.com and http://flygrub.com – among others.
My day begins about six AM, when my wife rises. I get up to make coffee, share the breakfast papers, and check my emails before tumbling back into bed. Somewhere around ten, I rise properly, bumble around the house, maybe write a blog entry, do the laundry, have a light lunch, and if I’m lucky I get an afternoon nap before waking at two for shower and shave and the night’s work ahead.
Crisp white shirt, blue tie, grey trousers, all adorned with the logo of the limousine taxi company I work for. The day driver arrives with the cab about half-two and we spend a while catching up, as he winds down from his eleven hour shift, and I prepare for my notional thirteen hours.
Rebecca Caroe lives in Dunedin, New Zealand. It’s at the bottom of the South Island – the town in the British Empire furthest from London!
I am actually a Brit and moved here with my Kiwi husband last year – he’s a rowing coach and teaches at the New Zealand Rowing high performance centre at the university of Otago Rowing Club.
My day-in-a-life goes like this.