I did it! Completing the three month trial feels more triumphant than it should. Allow me to tell you all about it! Here I share my lasting thoughts about the experience, should you wish to give it a go. … More Project 333: The final thought.
This piece was submitted for the 2019 World Nomads Travel Writers Scholarship. The theme of the story was ‘I didn’t expect to find’ and I decided to write about a recent experience I had in Sri Lanka. … More In Sri Lanka you swerve rather than drive.
It’s happening people! Both Moo and I have officially quit our jobs in preparation for a year abroad. That’s right, we’re packing up, selling up and heading west for, as we put it: “long as the money lasts” and we’re doing that with just 7kgs – carry-on luggage only. … More We Quit Our Jobs!
Welcome to Orange! Where you can sip the afternoon away, nibble on tantalising cuisine and even pick your own fruit for your own assembled cheese platter, everything but oranges as we soon discovered. … More 24 hours in Orange, Australia
The vineyards of the Barossa Valley is like a heart pumping blood to the body’s organs and setting off to the region felt like searching for sand at the beach. … More 24 hours in the Barossa Valley, South Australia
Welcome back! In case you missed it, last week was a detailed Part I of our time in South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula. This week I’ll pick up where we left off, on the peninsula’s pinky toe, Corny Point. … More Ultimate Guide to the Yorke Peninsula – Part 2
In an effort to see more of my own country, I imposed the challenge on myself five years ago. Since then it’s taken me to destinations I’d not normally would have traveled and I’m thrilled to state that I’ve now visited all states and territories in Australia. This year I made it to South Australia. … More Ultimate Guide to The Yorke Peninsula – Part 1
Walking. Again. Yep – It’s happening. It may be indulgent, true. Affording the luxury of walking uninterrupted for sixteen days is something not many think about, let alone crave. After completing the Camino del Norte & Camino Primitivo in 2017, coming back to ‘everyday’ life was considerably harder than I expected. I physically needed to … More Why I’m walking 330km to learn about Peace.
So…your next holiday is on the horizon, work (& life in general) is becoming increasingly time consuming and you’re feeling the need to start making a few necessary reservations. This is me: always. … More 5 things I do to plan a vaycay
One month in… how time flies! I have to say I honestly cant remember what else was in my wardrobe before the challenge. So far… I think it’s working. A few people have asked what was included in my 33 items for Project 333. Here’s my list! … More Project 333. One month in: So far, so good.