And sometimes there are life changing moments.
That ‘trip’ lasted a full 3 months. 3 months in complete psychosis and on the road. 3 amazingly terrifying months. Which now equated to 6
Just cruising by.
Mum came to visit in the summer of 2014, only a month or two after I had quit my job. I was still extremely stressed
It was an adjustment moving to Canada as a whole. Everything was a lot more laid back and slower-paced. Living in Glasgow, Perth & London,
Saskatoon to The Rockies & Beyond. . .
Once those qualifications were bagged and I made the move to London, I realized that I needed to keep moving. I needed to chase the
Why can’t I use the party hat emoji on blogger?
Because there bloody well should be a party hat on this post! It happened. As of Friday, May 1st 2020 at precisely 2.15pm I was
Ahhh yes, that ‘time in my life’.
After a couple of years travelling I returned to Glasgow with the plan of getting qualifications and hitting the road again. I was pretty lost
Taking my Instagram down memory lane this past week and it got me thinking of the impact my bipolar had on my travels. Mostly it
14 years on.
I was reminiscing today on one of the big goals that I set out to do 14 years ago – take a year out! I
Till we meet again.
I just posted an Instagram pic of me as a little un and it got me thinking about how awesome my mum is, and has
I can still taste it.
Last weekend was a hard one. It was a holiday weekend and it is supposed to be fun, filled with love, family & celebration, but