I'M A spring baby, so, of course, I love this time of year. Finals fever is in the air and as soon as the sun hits your skin, I swear you instantly feel that little bit better. We were blessed with brilliant weather at the weekend and luckily the sun has kept on shining today.
Usually Monday is my lazy night, but all this sunshine is motivating me to try something new. Plus the thought of summer just being around the corner always motivates me to lose my winter coat!
I've never actually tried zumba, but I love to dance, so tonight I thought I'd give it a shot.
A zumba fitness class is on at Curtain Call Performing Arts Studios at 209 Armstrong Street South at 6.15pm until 7pm. The class costs $9. It's supposed to be pretty fun and a really good workout. Otherwise, you can always put on your runners and head for a walk around our beautiful Lake Wendouree.
We are so lucky to have a place for public exercise and since moving to Melbourne I truly miss being able to run down to the lake for a bit of serenity. Have a great night.
Something new to try Wheelchair basketball is held on Monday night at Ballarat Grammar School on Forest Street. You can enter via gate D. Coaching and the competition is free for all disabilities and kicks off at 5pm for an hour. If you're interested in trying it out you can call David Stevens on 0429 388 037.
Something at the cinema The Expendables 2 is screening at 7pm (Gold Class), 7pm, 9.15pm (Gold Class) and 9.25pm. The Bourne Legacy is screening at 6.35pm and 9.15pm. The Sapphires is screening at 7pm and 9.10pm.
Something on TV On Mondays, my TV doesn't flick from ABC with Australian Story starting at 8pm, Four Corners at 8.30pm, Media Watch at 9.20 followed by Q&A at 9.35pm.
However, if you're looking for something a little lighter, The X Factor is on Prime at 7.30pm and Gordon Behind Bars is on at 9.30pm on WIN.