• What Was 2018 For Me? A Very Exciting Year In Review

    Curious about what shenanigans I got up to in 2018? From diving in Koh Tao, Thailand, to selling all my shit and living in a van travelling through the US & Canada, to moving to Canada. 2018 for me has been a wild ride.

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    The Negatives Of Long Term Travel

    You need to be okay with the negatives of long term travel before you jump in the deep end. Read my biggest negatives of long term travel to make sure you’re ready.

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    15 Plastic-Free Alternatives To Replace Your Daily Use Items

    Not sure where to start in your journey to reduce your plastic use? Begin with these 15 plastic-free alternatives to replace your daily use items, and you'll be golden.

    Remember This

    There’s no point in worrying about what the future holds for you – it’s already happening. Just be kind, be logical, and live your life. The future will come.

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    On Losing A Loved One Too Young

    Our last conversation will forever haunt me. Not because it would become the last thing I’d ever hear from one of the most vivacious, powerful, caring and colourful human beings to have ever lived. But because it was my one and only chance to see that someone I loved so fiercely needed help. And I missed it.

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    My Instagram Life Is Perfect – But My Real Life Is A Mess

    If you look at my Instagram life, you’d think that my days are filled with sun, adventures and good times. And a lot of the time they are. What you don’t see is the normal, and often darker side, of my and pretty much everyone else on Instagram’s lives. So why do so many of us portray these ‘perfect’ Instagram lives, and not show the hot messes many of us truly are?

    My Instagram life makes my life look perfect. But what you don't see from me and the majority of people on Instagram is the natural, and often darker, side.

    Photo Diary: Night Diving In Koh Tao (From The Surface)

        Where’s your favourite place to go night diving?  

    The feeling of being underwater in the dark of night is what I imagine being in outer space would be like. Night diving is the bloody bomb diggity, and if you haven't been, then do so ASAP.