( Or for a lifetime - also quite happy with that ). The need for a holiday has sprung on me again. I know, I know, it's only been four weeks since my Tanzania adventure, but that Sydney life sucks it out of you, drastically quickly. All those horns and sirens, grumpy walkers, angry men,… Continue reading coastal for a day.
I always find it difficult to settle back in to normal life after time away, especially when that time is spent in an opposite part of the world. Life experiences rarely reflect my own and living conditions differ vastly. But the craziest thing I find is that everyone I meet has a genuine heart, a… Continue reading coming home.
So it is almost time for me to disappear for a while, breathe some truly fresh air, and experience a completely different culture. Scary that that day has finally approached. After so much planning and revising and organising it is time to just let it all flow. Hop on that plane, climb that mountain, see… Continue reading countdown on.
I need to give my brain a moment to dump its current thoughts and swirlings down unknown portals and rabbit holes. All I dream of right now is getting out of the city, in a van ( with built-in bed, preferably of the Kombi variety ), driving along the coast with no phone reception. No… Continue reading right here, right now.
Every morning when I go to the gym ( every morning is a loosely held term right here, but #goals ) my bag is quite literally filled to the brim with outfit and face things. Like, it's a real struggle to close. And that's without including the required towel or skipping rope at times. The… Continue reading italian for a day 2.0.
It was always to live in London by the time I'm 30, for as little or as long a period. It feels like that age is encroaching way too fast, my life is definitely not together like I had imagined it would be, and the thought of moving sometimes seems a little crazy. My FOMO… Continue reading melbournite for a day 2.0.
Change is something I often go into without fully considering the consequences or outcomes. The last 6 months have truly made me realise that, as it feels like I've made so many (probably only a few) life changing decisions. Sometimes my attitude does pay off though. It keeps me on my toes and makes sure… Continue reading seas of change.