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Sami Lukis reveals how she is surviving the single life during Sydney’s extended lockdown


Sami Lukis is getting by a day at a time, just like many single Sydneysiders stuck at home amid the extended lockdown.

And on Saturday, she told The Daily Telegraph: ‘I’ve always been pretty comfortable with my own company so I seem to cope quite well in lockdown.’

The radio personality, 50, said she’s noticed friends and neighbours reaching out to her with calls, texts and have sent care packages to brighten her day.

‘I’ve always been pretty comfortable with my own company’: Radio personality Sami Lukis (pictured) revealed how she is surviving the single life during Sydney’s extended lockdown

She also revealed that she will be soon be joined in a singles bubble with her best friend.

‘We’re going to drink champagne and watch Love Is Blind After The Altar. And I CANNOT WAIT,’ she said. 

Single Sydneysiders  are able to meet up with a friend indoors as part of a new ‘bubble’ system.

'There's a huge Big Apple-sized hole in my life': The blonde beauty noted that the biggest challenge for her has been cancelling her New York With Sami tours in the US for Australian women, which she launched over a decade ago

‘There’s a huge Big Apple-sized hole in my life’: The blonde beauty noted that the biggest challenge for her has been cancelling her New York With Sami tours in the US for Australian women, which she launched over a decade ago

It has been designed to combat mental health concerns during lockdown.

The blonde beauty noted that the biggest challenge for her has been cancelling her New York With Sami tours in the US for Australian women, which she launched over a decade ago.

‘I’ve already had to cancel seven New York tours since the pandemic started, so there’s a huge Big Apple-sized hole in my life at the moment,’ she said. 

Quality time together: Although lockdown has prevented her from overseas, or even interstate travel, Sami has been able to spend plenty of time with 15-year-old dog Lolli, who is unwell

Quality time together: Although lockdown has prevented her from overseas, or even interstate travel, Sami has been able to spend plenty of time with 15-year-old dog Lolli, who is unwell

Although lockdown has prevented her from overseas, or even interstate travel, Sami has been able to spend plenty of time with 15-year-old dog Lolli, who is unwell. 

She has also been keeping busy recording and editing episodes for her own podcast, Romantically Challenged.

Elsewhere, the TV presenter also recognised that she is in a very privileged position of being fully vaccinated, healthy, and with the comforts of a home and food. 

Working: She has also been keeping busy recording and editing episodes for her own podcast, Romantically Challenged

Working: She has also been keeping busy recording and editing episodes for her own podcast, Romantically Challenged

Grateful: Elsewhere, the TV presenter also recognised that she is in a very privileged position of being fully vaccinated, healthy, and with the comforts of a home and food

Grateful: Elsewhere, the TV presenter also recognised that she is in a very privileged position of being fully vaccinated, healthy, and with the comforts of a home and food

Last year, during lockdown, Sami revealed the bizarre new dating trend on the rise with single Australians isolating alone amid the coronavirus pandemic.

In a blog post for 9Honey she said the ‘COVID-Cuff’, which involves finding yourself a temporary partner to snuggle with, will rise if the country is forced into lockdown again. 

She explained: ‘It’s when you settle in with a romantic partner to get you through the winter months.’

Relationships: Last year, during lockdown, Sami revealed the bizarre new dating trend on the rise with single Australians isolating alone amid the coronavirus pandemic called 'COVID-Cuff'

Relationships: Last year, during lockdown, Sami revealed the bizarre new dating trend on the rise with single Australians isolating alone amid the coronavirus pandemic called ‘COVID-Cuff’ 

‘Then, as soon as the weather starts to warm up and you feel like venturing out again, you lose interest and dump them, so you can resume playing the field.’ 

Sami said that its become a ‘global phenomenon’ and the recent spike in coronavirus cases has ‘motivated singles to lock themselves into temporary relationships to help survive those winter nights.’

She said: ‘My prediction is this: we’re about to see a cuffing-surge here in Australia. I’m calling it the COVID-cuff.’ 

Dating trend: Sami said that its become a 'global phenomenon' and the recent spike in coronavirus cases has 'motivated singles to lock themselves into temporary relationships to help survive those winter nights'

Dating trend: Sami said that its become a ‘global phenomenon’ and the recent spike in coronavirus cases has ‘motivated singles to lock themselves into temporary relationships to help survive those winter nights’ 



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