The tax year has passed in Australia (the financial tax year ended on June 30th, 2001) and I will have to complete a tax return for the first time ever this year. This is the first year that I have been working instead of relying on my parents for financial support.

My financial advisers are probably not going to be too happy with the extra amount of paperwork I'm going to land them with this coming week, but I intend to tell them that I ended up making more money trading options on the stockmarket than in practising medicine as an intern (houseofficer, first year resident, whatever) just out of medical school.

It's now been a few weeks since I broke up with my first girlfriend (again). This time had far more finality to it. It's sad when relationships don't work but life has to go on. Also, it's not as if there has been a long list of young, single, good looking girls knocking on my door asking for my attention.
(Yes, MK, I know you read what I node)

Will be going away next month to visit Singapore, Holland and England. Travelling alone. *sigh*.

In the finance department, anyone interested should have a gander at - in today's market I reckon we're now approaching point 16. Stock bulls beware!