I’ve been on the road now for just over six months and in that time I’ve visited Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. I’ve met many wonderful and wacky characters and had numerous, memorable experiences along the way. A few weeks ago, one of my favourite travelling bloggers wrote a wonderful post of short stories [...]
Now, I am no photographer but I do have a habit of getting flash happy when I am on my travels. Below are a selection of what I consider to be some of my better photographs. I’ve been meaning to do a photography course for years now and it is something that I will definitely [...]
I’ve been on the road for a total of nine days now. I’ve hustled and bustled in Bangkok, I’ve snoozed on an overnight train to Surat Thani and I’ve long-tail boated it to paradise in the shape of bright blue seas and white sandy beaches. I’m also sunburnt, covered in mosquito bites, my feet seem [...]
Life has been a little hectic for me lately, with five days to go until I leave the UK, I’ve been feeling more than a little stressed and overwhelmed by how much I have to do. Recent weeks have been dominated by lengthy to do lists, emotional goodbyes and what has felt like a mad [...]
This might not come as a surprise to some of you, but as a person with a passion for personal development, I am very goal driven. At all times, I like to have a big goal in mind that I’m working towards and a plan of smaller goals needed to achieve the end goal. As [...]
This week I gave my boss advance notice of my intention to quit my job and go travelling early next year. What has surprised me is how little fear I’ve felt about taking this step. What I’m walking away from is not just a job but also a career that I have worked hard to [...]
Welcome to the first in a series of spotlight posts, aimed at introducing you to some of my favourite bloggers. People whose words I read on a regular basis and who provide a source of inspiration to me. Today’s post is all about Niall Doherty from Disrupting the Rabblement. I stumbled across Niall’s blog around [...]
I’m sat writing this post on the last day of a weeklong yoga retreat in the Sabina mountains in Italy. Normally one to choose more active holidays, such as mountain trekking or surfing, I decided when booking this trip that what I needed was relaxation and recovery rather than to challenge myself physically. I have [...]
As humans we put our faith in others every single day. Getting on a train, plane or bus, driving on the motorway and stepping out on to a pedestrian crossing are just a few examples of how we put our lives into the hands of others though trust. Most of us probably wouldn’t give it [...]
I’m writing this post at a departure gate in Dublin airport, waiting for my flight back home to London Gatwick. It’s a nice feeling to be sat working on my blog whilst on the go and it feels quite appropriate to do so in light of the forthcoming fear-facing challenge I reveal below. July has [...]
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