It’s time to get real people. I haven’t been blogging as regularly as I would have liked recently, however that does not mean I haven’t been writing and thinking and creating and doing even more thinking (I’m a big thinker), which I will get into in a minute. I’ve had a confusing few months of … More Am I a Writer now?
As the month comes to an end, it’s time to reflect on how well my New Years resolutions are going. As I mentioned in my new years post, I wanted to spend 2019 focusing on doing new things; making new memories; having new adventures. Basically I wanted a year of new new new. Which started … More Veganuary- pass or fail?
Just to be clear, I say ‘surviving Amsterdam’ coming from the perspective of someone who almost did not survive Amsterdam. *suspenseful music* Nah I’m kidding (ish), ya gal went to Amsterdam, so I thought I’d write a little guide for those thinking of going to Amsterdam, or going and in need of a little advice … More Amber’s Gallivanting Guide to Surviving Amsterdam
This post is written from the perspective of me traveling to a festival with a ginormous travelling backpack… about 4 hours on the train there and for some reason, 7 HOURS AND 5 FRICKIN CHANGES on the way back!!!!!!!! (that reason being a bank holiday Monday…) These journeys also included going through London and getting … More How to travel with a backpack
So in January 2015, days after turning 19, I went to Haiti. The trip was about 10 days; a week actually in Haiti with a few days either side as a stop off in Miami. And it was an awesome experience. The trip was a medical one; providing care to locals, and creating medical records … More Haiti 2015
Day 5 began with a hungover, made slightly worse by me falling through a chair, and then getting stuck there. My roommate, of course, still had a broken wrist and couldn’t help very much. After eventually freeing myself, and watching 3 or 4 blurry episodes of Sherlock with Chinese subtitles, I wandered into the town. … More Day 5
This is a longish post, and I hope it makes some sort of sense as the first edit was basically a drunk ramble. This edit, however, makes a bit more sense and begins in the early morning… really early morning; around 4am in fact: we were going to see the world famous sunrise at the … More Day 4