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!
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.
Instead of cursing countries who aren’t doing the right thing, we should get behind and support the ones that do! I’ve hand selected 16 for your 2019 travels. … More 16 Countries Who’ve Banned The Bag.
The Bear Minimum is a rad single-use plastic awareness group here in Banff helping both the community and businesses consider their plastic consumption by looking at ways alternatives can be used in our daily lives! … More How to use the Bear Minimum with Emma Murrell-Orgill, an interview.
So you want to make better decisions while you travel? Deciding what to bring with you on your holidays will determine your impact on the planet before you’ve even arrived at your destination. I’ve compiled a list of packing hacks just for you! … More Packing hacks for an ethical traveler. Green Series Part 5.
We arrived at Kalpitiya via a dusty road, with bump’s and sharp turns a plenty. On arrival; time stopped, relaxation demanded and a wave of peace washed in with the tide. Time to learn to kite surf! … More Learning to Kite Surf, Sri Lanka
This post is all about defining what responsible tourism is! How can we be more responsible when we travel? … More What is Responsible Tourism? Green Series Part 4.