So much to do, so little time.
The pace of life certainly hasn’t abated.
In 1930, the economist John Keynes wrote an essay called “Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren.” In the essay, he made the now-famous assertion that his grandchildren’s generation would only work 15 hours a week.
Not only are us workers still hard at it, but I don’t know any retirees who aren’t even busier since they retired!
Today isn’t the day to work out all the whys and wherefores – I’m too busy working! What I can do is present you with a solution to at least one problem.
The Beecroft Club has introduced Pop-up bowls.
If you’ve been curious about the game of bowls, now you can try it in a short format on Saturday afternoon.
All the usual Saturday tasks can still get done – gardening, shopping, children’s sport… tick them off the list then come on down and to give bowls a try.
Are you already a Beecroft bowler?
Grab a friend or neighbour and bring them along. Bowls isn’t a secret we should be keeping to ourselves.
Our next Pop-up Bowls day is on Saturday, 23 September.
- Starting with afternoon tea at 2:30 pm
- Bowls from about 3:00 to 4:30 pm
- Then join us for a drink after the game.
Where: The Beecroft Club, 128 Copeland Rd, Beecroft
(02) 9484 1167