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
This post is really over due. I went to Bali in November 2017. I know. I have no excuses. We started our trip in Canggu, arriving late to the most delightful AirBnb – pool flamingo and all. It had an open plan living and dining area that made you feel both inside and outside at the same time; perfect for Bali luxury living. The bedrooms … Continue reading Bali – Canggu
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.
This is a theory I developed a few years ago. I have managed to convince a few people too. Now, I have done no ACTUAL research on this but, come on, this is the internet and I can write whatever I want. So, you’re young and wild and free, but time is ticking on and you’re maybe starting to think about what your life is … Continue reading I have a theory about men, commitment, and umbrellas.
It’s a double WCW today. Jen Rubio and Steph Korey are the fabulous founders of Away. If you aren’t familiar with it, Away is a travel company, with their first output being luggage. Rubio and Korey’s approach to their business feels both old-school and entirely fresh at the same time. They have picked one thing and done it well. They haven’t tried to diversify into a … Continue reading #WCW – Jen Rubio & Steph Korey
You know when you wake up with horrific sunburn and your skin feels like sand paper on the sheets? Well that was all of us on day 2. The sun was shining though, so that meant another trip to the beach. Boiled egg in hand (thanks mumma muller), off we trotted down the tropical roads to find a postcard perfect spot. Look at us all … Continue reading Bermuda (pt2)
You know when you’re sitting at your desk at work and you just wish you could book a cheap flight to the Caribbean to escape? Well being only a few hours and a couple of hundred dollars away really helps in actually making that happen. We gathered together on a dreary, cold, Sunday evening and just booked our flights. It was only after we booked … Continue reading Bermuda (pt 1)
It’s weird when something you’ve been waiting forever for actually happens. I’ve known Selina and Jed as a couple for about as long as I understood what relationships were. Jed has been apart of our family since I was 11 years old. To me, they are the definition of made for each other. I flew back for 4 days from New York to attend the … Continue reading My sister got married!
Make brunch not war folks. If you didn’t hear, an Australian ‘expert’ called Bernard Salt (KPMG partner) recently commented that millennials can’t afford to buy houses because they eat too much avocado on toast. Seriously. Obviously his comment was meant to be a wider observation around how much the millennial generation eats out a lot more frequently than previous generations. However, its probably the ludicrous property … Continue reading The avs’ and the av nots.
A little over a year ago, I wrote a post called Moving Forward. It was about leaving university and moving a couple thousand miles away to New York to start my first graduate job. You’ll know from my last blog post that I had the most amazing year in New York and was sad to return to reality. However, I decided I didn’t really like … Continue reading New Adventures