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Knowing When to Walk Away

Knowing When to Walk Away

Knowing when to walk away from a situation, a relationship, a job, or really anything in life, can be one of the most difficult and time consuming decisions that you will ever make. The reason that these choices can take so long to make is mainly dictated by fear. Fear of being alone, fear of [...]

Travel Tips for Japan

Travel Tips for Japan

Japan is an incredibly efficient nation, and coming here for the first time, I didn't know what to expect! Being a typical half organised- half unorganised traveller, I dutifully watched YouTube videos about how to catch the trains, all whilst my bag sat unpacked beside me. After spending a month across Tokyo, Kyoto and Yatsugatake, [...]

Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound

Today I begin my journey back home to Australia, and I just want to briefly reflect on some personal moments and thoughts from my time here in Japan. Travelling is one of my great passions. I love being in a foreign country, experiencing it's unique culture, and learning more not only about a new place, [...]

Addicted to Likes

Addicted to Likes

Hey everyone! In light of Instagrams initiative to take the pressure of likes, numbers and, in the wider sense, popularity out of its app, I want to talk about social media, and our addiction to likes. Personally, I think that it's a great idea to remove the ability to see counted likes on Instagram, and [...]

8 Ways to Be Greener

8 Ways to Be Greener

Hi everyone! In light of the amazing Sir David Attenborough's speech to politicians regarding climate change, here is a quick refresher of 8 key ways that you can have a positive impact on the environment. - Bring your own bag/cutlery/straw/coffee cup/reusable water bottle with whenever you leave the house. There are so many lovely designs [...]

Resilience

Resilience

Being an adult is not always easy. In fact, it is rarely easy, but the way we carry ourselves and move through times of struggle is based wholly on resilience (ie. our ability to stand and weather the storm when we would rather have a full on head-shaving-Britney-Spears-moment). I believe that resilience is something that [...]