I’ve become increasingly frustrated at the transient connections and repetitive conversations with the everyday traveller. The rising competitiveness of how many countries we’ve been to or how many nights out drinking we’ve had - do we even care?Read More
As 2018 comes to an end, it is hard not to get sentimental over the past 364 days. I’ve visited a dozen countries, had countless emotional breakdowns, questioned myself and my decisions daily and somehow - against all odds - survived and even thrived.Read More
This wasn’t a regular year of travelling around the world. So it made sense that upon returning home, this would not be the regular post-travel blues.Read More
What has perfectly bookended this trip has been ‘The Greatest Showman.’ Any time we can be reminded that we should own our differences, accept others, back yourself and find your family, I’ll take it.Read More
I've come back from a trip where I was meant to go 'find myself,' and actually have. It's not like I can answer the question of "who are you" without any doubt or hesitation. But I know who I am right now. I know that I am finding comfort in the discomfort of not knowing.Read More
I've gone further than I would even imagine I could've at this point. I never thought I'd actually see myself thriving as I've had.
Sure, I always intended that I'd throw myself into the situation and had honestly hoped I'd 'find myself' at the end of this.
But I didn't quite expect to be where I am now.
In an attempt to capture the essence of Belgrade, I started taking a lot of videos. The streets, the views, the random things I was encountering on a daily basis and made up my impressions of this city - I cut it all together in a short, amateur iMovie creation.Read More
The longer I'm out on the road alone, the more I've felt the urge to share this with someone. Because the fact is: I’ve spent a lot of time with myself and I’m a little bored.Read More
For two whole weeks, my mother came to visit me in Europe. And it was intense, to say the least. It felt as though if my mother was able to approve of this lifestyle, it would somehow legitimise it for me.Read More
Having chosen a nomad life, it's surprised me that the idea of a home has become so blurred yet, at the same time, so important to understand.Read More
I'm lucky to still call the people I've met while travelling some of my closest friends. Because making travel friends has answered the age-old question of "how do you make friends as an adult?"Read More
It wasn't till I was reminded that a change in scenery is just that until you're ready to accept the change.
We need to let our inner worlds to catch up, to match our outer world otherwise the same stresses and pressures that work and society can bring.Read More