Roaming The Lands Of Nether And Post Work Cleansing

Dear blog, oh how I have been avoiding you. I am in a constant state of having an incredible amount to say but absolutely no words. Doing and experiencing so much but having nada to talk about, zero way of expressing it. Isn’t the purpose of a blog supposed to be an outlet for your…

COOLorado Recap And Re-Shaping Yourself

Colorado, in short, was cool. So cool in fact I feel as though they should rename in Coolorado. I was staying in Boulder, a little town in the foothills of the Flat Irons, and knowing absolutely nothing of the place prior to arriving, was extremely pleasantly surprised to find a unique and somewhat hippy community…

The Year Of The Career: A 2018 Recap

So a few blogs back I spoke about goal setting and as always I will preach the benefits of setting and completing goals to high heaven because I just think there’s no better feeling than achievement. Striving forwards something gives you purpose, worth, and you should do it for no other reason than the fact…

Living my Home Alone dream: Festivities in NYC

I am the biggest believer in the simple things in life. I reckon that an accumulation of small pleasures will amount to an overall state of easily maintainable happiness, and will keep you content for longer. If your day is broken down into segments of the things you enjoy, from the first cup of tea…

Cape Town Foodie’s Rejoice: Woodstock’s Old Biscuit Mill Market 

Absolutely nothing turns me on quite like hearing the words ‘local food market’ whispered in my ear from someone who like me, rates the quality of a place by what they can shove in their mouth. It was once said (by me) that true friendship comes from the mutual agreement that eating and discussing delicious…

Seacrets: Life As A Seafarer

I have spent a considerable portion of my life with the ocean; whether that is staring at it, smelling it, swimming in it or sailing on it I have gone through life surrounded one way or another by a large body of water. When I was younger I would make sandcastles for hours, a fixed…

A Taste Of Everything

Is it greedy to live several different lives simultaneously? It’s uncommon that’s for sure. We are all asked when we are young what we want to be when we’re older and we either know the answer or we don’t, we name a profession or we shrug our shoulders and hope that everything falls into place….