Yesterday I had my first exciting present sent to me in the post. A beautifully crafted poster of the world, perfect for my wall in my walkthrough wardrobe (not walk-in because you technically have to walk through it to get out of the bathroom).
My hair is a birds nest, my false eyelashes are stuck to the pillow in almost comical fashion, and the loud alcohol induced snores from my partner echo throughout the small room at the wedding reception venue. This is the first wedding I’ve attended as an adult and it’s being held in Poland. As someone [...]
Hey everyone! For my birthday this year, I really wanted to visit a zoo.
So I did.
The determination that is present within all of us is the driving power that gets us to where we want to be and in order to ignite that spark we must absorb experience like a sponge. Dip into adventure after adventure, explore things outside of your comfort zone.
This week I have been learning about the Sombali language, a regional dialect spoken in the Philippines which uses compass directions (North, South, East and West) to orient themselves.
The more I age and the further I delve into the realm of the twenties, the more I realise that this era is meant for reinvention. Consequently, I am a firm believer that reinventing yourself will help you to find yourself.
I truly believe that in order to fulfil ones potential, we need to move past societal expectations and make our own paths.
The beach is awash with pebbles as the calm ocean brushes lazily up and down the shore. The sounds of the abnormally large seagulls caw noisily...
My first day off since Christmas and I spend it, unsurprisingly, in a bookstore. Now I know you can't judge the content of a book based on the colours of the cover alone but when the travel books have luscious A3, full-colour photographs on the cover it's hard not to buy them then and there. [...]
Monday morning I sat in my works car park, very early for work and satisfied that I did the morning commute all by myself. It was the first time I’d been in a car alone and I must say, I loved it. I thought driving by myself would be a lot worse than being sat in [...]