Before I embarked on my life-changing adventure I hate to admit that I had become a 'no-can-do-er'. The kind of person that would undersell themselves (not always to others on the outside, but on the inside, in my own head too). 'No you can't do that', 'you'll never be as good at your job as… Continue reading The words you speak become the house you live in 🌻💭🏠
As the definitive months of my travels close in, I can't help but noticing that all of this is soon to be just a distant memory. The first 6 months I travelled North America already feel like a lifetime away. A different trip entirely, December has crept up on us with the new year eerily… Continue reading The best thing about memories is making them ☯️💭
"There can be no happiness if the things we believe in are different from the things we do" 🦋 As I sit on the black-sand beach, staring out gratefully at the glistening yet choppy Pacific Ocean, 20 minutes (via 2 boats & 1 horse & cart) away from the beautiful (Cuba-esque) city of Leon, I… Continue reading Don’t ask how life is treating you; ask how you are treating life 🌻
Anyone can love a rose but it takes a lot to love the leaf. My travels around the states have been a journey both physically, mentally and aesthetically. I started my trip, little did I know it at the time and if I'm being brutally honest with myself, probably slightly self-obsessed, shallow-minded and dare I… Continue reading It’s ordinary to love the beautiful but beautiful to love the ordinary 🥀
Following a tear-jerking phone conversation with my mum for almost 2 hours today discussing how heart-breaking the recent attack in Manchester was, we had a heart to heart like no other. We discussed being safe (whether that is even attainable anymore), and an attempt to try to take precautions to avoid the monsters of the… Continue reading 22/05. I carry your heart, I carry it in my heart ❤
Fear is an 'essential' part of living, "a human emotion triggered by a perceived threat", in theory to keep us safe. Alike our bodies needing pain receptors so that our brain can send tiny signals through our nervous system to tell us 'That hurt, don't do it again' (when we touch a hot stove or… Continue reading The beautiful thing about fear is that when you run to it, it runs away.