I’ve been working at a shop during the covid19 madness… here’s how that has been going… … More Grocery Store Gal
Happy new year! …I started writing this post in January. So over the past couple of months, I have been off travelling… I was not doing dry January, I wasn’t wrapped up in blankets wishing for summer, and I wasn’t moping around saying that ‘January is too bloody long!’ …Of course I am experiencing delayed … More Land Down Under pt. 1
Here’s my New Years Resolutions and what I’ve been up to since the day I should have posted them (nearly 2 months ago) … More 2020
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
So I’m gonna take this moment to formally apologise for taking a minor blogging break with no warning in December (after saying I was gonna post loads)… I’ve been a busy gal… working 60 hour weeks over Christmas, trying to drag out my 23rd birthday celebrations as much as possible, drinking excessively… you know how … More ‘Finding Myself’
The morning of day 6 was spent at the killing fields. And yes, it was as depressing as it sounds. The killing fields document the experience of over a million Cambodians who were murdered in by the Khmer Rouge regime during the late 70s. This includes tours of this place where mass graves were held … More Day 6 & 7
So, I have A LOOOOT of diary type posts from when I was in South East Asia last year, so I thought, HEY… why not actually finish them off and post them! Great idea. So I thought I’d write up the posts and aim to post one every Friday or so. I left off half … More Day 5 continued…
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