My F45 challenge experience – top tips and highs/lows. Continue reading My F45 8 Week Challenge Experience
After the delight of the villa, I was a little sad about leaving it to go to a hostel next. Really I had nothing to worry about because the hostel was amazing too. We stayed at the Puri Garden Hotel, and shared twin rooms. It was pouring rain when we arrived so we sheltered while we checked in and watched the skies open. The hostel … Continue reading Bali – Ubud
I get asked a lot about which city has been my preference to live in, what the best part was, what the worst part was. In reality I have loved them all, and the friends and memories I have from each city are different but equally cherished (lol lame). But the best thing I got, came from living abroad in general because it teaches you … Continue reading What you learn when you live abroad.
You know when you come across someone and you are just in awe of how that person could exist? That’s what happened when I came across Jessica Pointing. Physics and computer science student at Harvard (prior MIT). Internships at Google (software engineering), Goldman Sachs (investment banking), Morgan Stanley (strategist). Incoming PHD candidate at Stanford in Quantum Computing. One of those things alone would be incredibly … Continue reading #WCW – Jessica Pointing
Did you know I went to Japan recently? Did you know I loved it? Well buckle down, because it was a wild ride, and I’m going to share it with you. Japan’s got some weird things going on, and surprisingly they’re not the things I thought would be weird. Lack of bins Japan is the cleanest place ever. Toyko is a city of 36 million … Continue reading 10 Weird Things About Japan
It’s taken me so long to write this blog post that I’ve now actually been to Queenstown twice. I have to say it is an incredibly beautiful place; like Scotland on steroids – which makes me feel at home. I first went in September for my 24th birthday with my friend Nat. Highlights: Nat (a true blue aussie) seeing snow for the first time, skiing, … Continue reading Queenstown
Despite the controversies around social media in advertising (the Facebook/Google data walls, Cambridge Analytica, general algorithm upheavals), we’re all still stuck in this world where to engage with our customers we feel like we have to be sprinkling our budgets across Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat. This isn’t untrue, and I’m not here to debate the fact that social drives results and helps to build a brand, … Continue reading Why investing in Experiential Marketing is more meaningful than social media.
When you move to a city, where you live is decision number one. If you’re going to chuck down $1400 on a bond (deposit) then you want it to be somewhere you’re actually going to, well, enjoy. You can say to yourself, ‘oh it doesn’t really matter because I can always move’, or ‘I’m in Sydney so I’ll love anywhere because it’s hot and sunny’. … Continue reading Suburb Guide to Sydney
We all know apple has millions of dollars to spend on agencies and ads – so it’s unsurprising what they produce is best in class. Having said that, I haven’t actually been wowed by an Apple ad recently (even the much applauded holiday ad). But this one stopped me. I love an ad that takes a stance, is topical, displays what the brand believes in, … Continue reading Advert of the Week – Apple First Dance
Not just because I’m a fan of the movie (which is great, go see it), but also because this is a bold statement, utilising advertising space to drive a purpose. Un-ignorable, it does the job of using in the moment relevancy to bring back the question (as sadly with so many tragedies every day we too often, too soon, forget), “why did this happen to … Continue reading Advert of the Week – 3 Billboards