I heard this word a lot whilst traveling. I found it in magazines, talks, press nights. You name it, I heard it. After a while I started to wonder what does it really mean because in England we don't really use that kind of word to talk about our careers. This though, is a different … Continue reading Non-Negotiables
Five years is a very long time. That's how old a child is when they start school...... It's a seriously long time and if you have been following me since day one or met Luke and I you will know that that's how long we have been together now. These past few years to me, … Continue reading 5 Years Strong
Learning how to make things has to be my number 1 when it comes to rainy days. when your brought up by parents who never let you sit in front of the tv for hours but forced you outside and told you not to come back until you've the buried treasure hidden far far away. … Continue reading How to make a Soy candle
Everybody has to start somewhere, many travellers like myself have found that working in small time jobs to pay for the big adventures works as quite a treat. There're so many travel bloggers and photojournalist in this day and age that it's incredibly hard to get everything including flights, accommodation and food all paid for … Continue reading How we did Italy on a Budget.
Packing with me is a love/Hate Relationship. We spend countless hours just playing around. Sometimes we play hide and seek but in the end we always come out on good terms. Hardly nothing gets lost or broken and we have a great trip.... Until my last trip. Traveling, no matter where the road takes you will … Continue reading Packing: What NOT To Forget
After living in Sicily for 2 months I found it was time to travel around the Northern part of Italy for little bit, explore the towns and see everything I could with Luke by my side however having important meetings and stuff to sort out when we get back we had been limited to only … Continue reading Rome Bucketlist