12/06/2020 Today I was discharged from therapy. I hadn't been to therapy since I was around sixteen but earlier this year, over 6 years later, I made the decision to give it another try. Last year took a big toll on my mental health and I felt it was time to speak about it and… Continue reading Discharged From Therapy
I have created this new blog post series called 'Wandering Thoughts' as a place for me to voice what is going on in my head and to start discussions with others about the not-so-lighthearted topics we sometimes dismiss. 23/08/19 When I was around the age of sixteen I was served up a soup pot of… Continue reading Wandering Thoughts-Mental Health
Just a few days ago I went on a quick solo trip over to Queenstown and for someone who is from New Zealand, it is almost a crime that I hadn't been until now (or at least that is what people proceeded to tell me). Being relatively close to the town I would usually… Continue reading Two days in Queenstown, New Zealand!
Through the history of my luggage post I talked about the journey I went through with my travel packs along with the struggles and changes I faced. Throughout that journey I was confronted with many and I mean many of those 'why did I pack this' moments. So after too many overly priced parcels sent back… Continue reading A guide of what NOT to pack!
Home away from home is a new series of mine about my experience living in certain places abroad, stayed tuned for Home away from home-Sydney, Australia. Just over a year ago, I visited Bath on a day trip from Bristol by catching the 10minute train from Bristol Temple Meads Station to Bath Spa Station.… Continue reading Home away from home- Bath, England
For me one of the things that help me sleep easy at night is organization. I love to be organized! And that most definitely doesn't stop when it comes to my traveling if anything that is probably where I am the most organized. It never started out this way but fast track a few years into my travels… Continue reading Packing tips to enhance your travels
There seem to be two types of people in this world, the ones who despise packing and will do anything to put off doing it, and the other half who binge-watch packing videos on YouTube for hours on end and are overly organized when it comes to there travel packs. I, myself, am the second… Continue reading The history of my luggage (& tips I picked up along the way)