Sexy sun safety, rules to live by to protect your vibe, and podcast hosts with soothing voices... thank you September!
A birthday bananza, my first ever paid leave, a trip to Byron Bay and falling in love with Beyonce all over again. Thanks April!
My first impressions of arriving in Montréal! Inspired by my blogger friend ❤
Can placelessness replace the space of home?
All the wonderful things I got up to with some amazing people this month
A new year, a new place to live. On the weekend I moved onto a new university campus, one with a little more freedom and independence. So far I've only met two of my (awesome) housemates and am still learning my way around the house and surrounding area. And until you're completely settled in to … Continue reading 21 Thoughts You Have On Your First Night In A New Place
Firstly, I'll start by saying how extremely difficult it was for me to write this post. Not physically write it, but for me to actually accept the fact that this big journey that I've been living (my Eurotrip Gap Year) was a year ago and is officially over. So this time 2 years ago (January … Continue reading 1 Year On: Returning ‘Home’ After A Year Abroad
Whilst I may be at home for Summer break, I still have this sick feeling at the bottom of my stomach, reminiscent of home sickness. Why you may ask? Well I'm a firm believer of the saying 'home is where the heart is,' and my heart is scattered across the globe. Whilst most of my … Continue reading 5 Ways to Deal With Homesickness This Festive Season
Lately I've seen a lot of blogs, posts, quotes, expressions and people saying, 'just drop everything and go, travel the world!' Whilst in theory I love the thought of this and wish I could, the bottom line is that there's many of us squeezing in some time on Facebook before after we finish a double shift, … Continue reading Why It’s Not So Easy to Drop Everything to Travel the World