I’m going to admit it. I have attempted to write this blog at least 167 times! Ok – that may be an exaggeration, but honestly, this has been the hardest piece to write yet. Every single time I tried, I ended up staring blankly at my screen. Sometimes I managed to get out a few … More One Year Later.
I still remember it so clearly! I remember the exact street I was walking on, the people I was with and the cold, wet weather. “I want to get a bird. Right here,” I said as I pointed towards my left wrist. “Just a small one. Flying free.” It had to be flying. It had … More The Tattoo
All week, people have asked me, “How was Glastonbury!?” And, every time, my reaction is exactly the same. With a big grin, I slowly start to shake my head. My eyes light up as the memories of the week come flooding back. And then, through a low and husky voice, I repeat the three […]
For me New Years Eve isn’t about making resolutions. If I want to make a change in my life I’ll do it there and then. Instead NYE is about gratitude. It’s about reflecting on the past 365 days and giving thanks for all the incredible opportunities and adventures I’ve experienced. But most of all it’s about … More Happy New Year!
It should comes as no surprise that Christmas in England is a completely different experience to that in Australia. What does come as a surprise however is that two years straight I haven’t felt the slightest bit home sick. Now that’s not to say that I don’t miss my family and our traditions – because I … More Christmas in England.
If you’re ever considering moving to London you need to be good at two things: 1. Making friends and 2. Saying goodbye Making friends is the easy part. You start off completely alone. Not knowing anyone. It’s scary and exhilarating at the same time. You feel so alone, yet you’re excited at the prospect of finding … More Hello. Goodbye.