“You have just dined, and however scrupulously the slaughterhouse is concealed in the graceful distance of miles, there is complicity.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson Hello friends! I know it’s been a few weeks since my last post, and I’m sure the select few of you that love reading my posts have just been chomping at the bit … More My Vegan Story
Dear reader, We are all on a precipice of sorts; on the verge of taking a plunge into a new job/ course/ trip… a leap of faith in to an abrupt descent, diving in headfirst. You may be someone who, like me, has just finished your final piece of university work or your last exam, … More A letter from one graduate to another.
Heal. let the sand of unknown land heal your soles, exhausted under a 40-hour work week. let the oceans of aqua and topaz heal your soul, salted splash meets salted drop of happiness. let the sunshine heal your skin, adorning your body like a golden shawl. let the earth move you, as it moves itself. … More Travel is a healer
Hello! Anyone who knows me, knows I love to eat my way through life. Kidding… kind of but actually though I shamelessly love food. So it comes as no surprise that when my girlf announced that we were officially going to Thailand (because she booked the tickets after much of my deliberation over prices and … More On a foodventure
Hello frands! This week I will be taking some time to talk about the beauty that is The Pingviman Hotel! Before Beth and I went to Thailand, she had been looking at hotels to stay for a fancy romantic night in my absolute favourite city aka Chiang Mai, and stumbled across this gem. At the time I … More If you didn’t stay at The Pingviman did you really flashpack though?
I have an overwhelming urge to post something today. For the first time in years, might I add. After my initial trip to Thailand and Cambodia, I wrote some posts, trying to capture the true ‘essence’ of a blogger in 2014, and again in 2015, I wrote and wrote but didn’t post for fear of … More Growing through loss and love