So yea I’m posting a picture of myself in a ridiculous bikini, but screw it, I like it, and I like me.
It’s ok to think FUCK IT and have a cry in your underpants eating a burrito.
i have enough. i do enough. i am enough
When you find yourself a unicorn, don’t try to keep their magic for yourself. They’re too special not to be shared with the world.
A place close to my heart, can you help?
I can be awful at falling off wagons, I’m pretty clumsy, I seem to do it a lot. So this is a reminder for me.
I feel incredibly lucky right now. It’s an amazing thing to be surrounded by such passionate and inspiring people, all of time. Everyone I have worked with and lived with for the past 10 weeks has dedicated their life to being more compassionate to the world. Recently I’ve worked in an office filled with people…
As you probably know by now, Chester Bennington from Linkin Park sadly committed suicide last Thursday. This sparked something in me, and I wanted to share my own personal experiences.
City life is difficult. And it’s easy at the same time. I’ve been living in Manila for 8 weeks now, here’s how I’m coping..
People will come in and out of your life for a reason, and I thank all of them. Even the shitty ones.
What do vegans eat? Friggin everything. And stuffing my face with incredible cheese knowing there was no horrific cruelty involved, well, that makes it taste that even better.
Trust in your intuition. When it speaks to you, take action.
What started as an experiment (of lazy origins) has turned into an act of rebellion, against myself.
I wanted to be in nature. Desperately needed to be surrounded my fields, forests, jungle, mountains. My soul knew I needed that connection so I finally listened to it, and headed to Cebu looking for the green stuff.
Never thought I could ever actually be beached out. But I am. Here’s some rambles about my time on Palawan.
Has our culture of drinking, drowned our ability to interact normally without our trusty faithful friend, beer?
If you’re not interested in food. Look away now, in shame.
As you might have guessed I love Ubud. It’s a hard place to leave. And even when you do, as I realised, you just come back.. so what sights DID I see?
From baths filled with petals all the way to colonics. I’m doing it all.
Well, they do say that the key to happiness is giving.
As you may have heard, there was an earthquake south of Bali yesterday. And it really shook me up.
Not been here long and already have a little routine in play..
Well I’m off again. And this time for good.