Many in advertising and media are turning their extra coronavirus time, gained from working from home (WFH) and not having to commute, to projects in Creative Isolation:
Jordan Florence-Rieniets, senior campaign strategist at CREATE (Nova Entertainment) based in theMelbourne office, has set a target of creating an amazing breakfast each day.
"I’ve found working from home is providing that little bit of extra time in our day which I use to put together a decent breakfast each morning," he says.
"The purpose of chronicling the breakfasts was to send a photo to my girlfriend each morning, as she leaves for work before breakfast so unfortunately she misses out.
"I also share the photo each morning with our team at work as a bit of morning inspiration.
"I find it’s a good way to start the day with a bit of routine and purpose, and also a nice way of supporting the local organic store, bakers and fruit and veg store through purchasing their produce."
He's had a few requests from the team asking what happened to the "real food" such as a classic big English breakfast including bacon, eggs, sausages, beans, mushrooms and hash browns.
"But I don’t really plan on coming out of isolation the size of a house," he says.
"Others have asked where the coffee is but for now I am pretty happy with the accompanying cup of Twinings Peppermint Tea."
A selection of his breakfasts:
DAY 2: Porridge with Granola & Fruit
DAY 3: Poached Eggs on Light Rye with Oven Roasted Tomatoes & Grilled Broccolini
DAY 5: Bircher Muesli with Stewed Fruit
DAY 7: Avocado & Fetta on Sourdough with Chimichurri
DAY 8: French Toast with Yoghurt & Berries
DAY 15: Crepes with Berries & Maple Syrup
DAY 18: Egg & Bacon Roll on Brioche
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