Climbing Mount Snowdon involved a lot of tears being held back, stress, wind, rain and one didn’t even make it up to the summit. A beginners guide to climbing Mount Snowdon with the family.
I’ve failed numerous times and in doing so, I’ve come to realise that failure is inevitable if we want to succeed. Although this is easy for me to say now, I appreciate it might not be as easy for everyone else. So if you’re feeling low and struggling, here are my top tips to help you overcome failure.
I wanted to pass now, more than ever before. I told myself I would pass. And an hour later, I did pass. It may have taken me ten failed attempts and more than a thousand pounds in lessons and tests, but I got there in the end!
Since blogging, vlogging and sharing my travel stories online I’ve had a lot of people reach out to me saying the same thing: “I wish I could travel more.” Well here’s how you can manifest more travel into your life through 10 powerful affirmations.
I’ve seen a fair share of beaches and beautiful landscapes through travels around Asia and Australia, but nothing compared to …
As much as I loved being in Asia I was beginning to miss the western lifestyle. I heard Australia calling my name so I jumped on a plane to Sydney. And that’s where my Aussie adventure down-under began.
“As a woman we never love our body for what it is.” Those are the words of South African artist, Sian Amber Fletcher, who’s inspiring self-love through her powerful illustrations of the naked female body.
Until a few weeks ago I liked the idea of magic, but I wasn’t a true believer. And then I picked up a copy of ‘The Magic’
It was one of my best friends birthdays, so typically I went through Facebook to dig out some throwbacks from …
I’ve been living and working in Vietnam (on and off) for just over a year now and I’ve got to say, I do really like my job. I’m working as an ESL, (English as a Second Language) teacher. But in this lovely industry a darkness hovers over it. Colourism.