Something Greater

It’s a cool morning. I’m surprised for the need of a shawl to cover my shoulders whilst I sit upon the rooftop of my guest house, watching the sun slowly rise. I am in Rajasthan after all, the desert. Who knew to bring something warm? The days heat is assumed, for the sun will always … More Something Greater

Hello Australia

“There is only one way to learn. It’s through action. Everything you need to know you have learned through your journey.” – Paulo Coehlo Three months ago, I decided that I thought it was time to head back to Australia. I was in Germany at the time, and had concerning thoughts of what I wanted … More Hello Australia

5 Reasons To Jump In The Ocean Even in a European Winter

Growing up from an infant to a teenager on the Northern Beaches of Australia, my backyard was just minutes away from the sand and salt water. In the midst of my high school, as a 16 year old with freshly divorced parents, my mother decided to bid the rapidly growing yet still totally relaxing lifestyle … More 5 Reasons To Jump In The Ocean Even in a European Winter

Whoops I…

I wanted to fly a little. “Flow deep into the winter wonderland” they said, “It’s almost as if your versatile soaring!”. One, two, three, let it go. Floors and doors and ghosts in the smoke. I catch a fire fly in my hand, I open it up as it turns into sand The sand spreads … More Whoops I…

Nine Tricks I have used to Travel the World Solo and Penniless

When it comes to long-term travel, people usually find ways to prolong turning their daydreams into a reality, allowing them to crumple and disappear as the clock ticks side to side. This eventually leaves them at a time in their life when they are “to busy with work”, or now have prior commitments like kids, mortgages or future optimistic … More Nine Tricks I have used to Travel the World Solo and Penniless