Our March winner is Christina from Australia. You can get to know her a little bit better through the Q+A below. Thanks, Christina!
Each month we will be choosing our favorite Po Campo fan photo to display on the blog. We see all of your beautiful pictures on Instagram, but if there are photos you’ve taken with your Po Campo bag that you haven’t posted online, feel free to send them our way! You can email your fan photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or tag your photos with #pocampo for a chance to win a FREE PO CAMPO BAG.
1.Something about your hometown: What do you always do with out-of-town guests? Or, could you share a hidden gem in your city with our readers?
I’m from Perth, Australia. We are one of the most isolated major cities in the world. Regardless, we have the best beaches (along with the rest of Australia) so any guests would be taken to some surf and sand for sure!
2. Where is your favorite place to take your Po Campo bag?
One of my favourite things to do on my days off is to ride out to a café for a coffee. I’m lucky enough to live near some gorgeous cycling routes, along our Swan River and near Kings Park which has a combination of native bushland and gardens.
3. Do you have any pets? Tell us about them!
I’m crazy cat lady at heart. I have two rescue cats from the local cat shelter, Truffle and Oreo. Oreo is the sweetest cat but is extremely shy towards others. My friends think she is a figment of my imagination because they have never seen her. In contrast, Truffle is very popular with my friends due to his playful personality but he’s a true boy cat and has broken so things in our home! My husband can’t buy me flowers because he just eats them all.
4. A favorite tip (or two) about how you incorporate mindfulness and healthy habits into your daily life.
I feel taking time out to appreciate the small things in life is important. It’s one of the reasons I really enjoy cycling. You get to appreciate so many little things when out on a bike rather than driving in car, from taking care not to disturb the gathering of ducks sitting near the footpath to watching the kids run around in the park. Also there’s nothing like having the wind in your hair and the sun on your face. Clichéd maybe but absolutely true.