Soil Talk… Is This The End Of Nomad Life?

You may think I’ve been neglecting the blog a little bit over the last few weeks. Well, you’d be right! So, I just wanted to let you guys know what’s been keeping me so busy. My freelance writing contracts are taking up a lot of my time (which is great, I’m so grateful to beContinue reading “Soil Talk… Is This The End Of Nomad Life?”

Finding Your People

In this week’s blog post, I’d like to say a few words about finding your people. Because no matter how much of an alien you might feel right now, there are countless people out there who will appreciate you for exactly who you are. For the first 24 years of my life, I felt likeContinue reading “Finding Your People”

Missing Home

I’ve been finding it hard being separated from my family this week. To be honest, I’m beginning to ask myself if I’ll ever be able to see my loved ones again! I’m not trying to catastrophise, it just feels like the uncertainty surrounding COVID is spreading out forever. Most of you know that I haven’tContinue reading “Missing Home”

Pirate On Board: Adopting A Senior Dog In France

Hiya guys, hope you’re all happy and healthy.  (And if you are neither of these things, I hope you know that you are loved in all your cycles and phases.) I think most of you have realised by now that we adopted a dog a couple of weeks ago. Lots of you have been askingContinue reading “Pirate On Board: Adopting A Senior Dog In France”

Money Talk – How I Make Money Without A Fixed Address.

The one thing that I get asked time and time again, is how I make money if I live on the road. “That’s all very nice for you, BUT I HAVE BILLS TO PAY” has been said to me more times than I can count. “Don’t you feel bad about sponging off society?” (Another favourite.)Continue reading “Money Talk – How I Make Money Without A Fixed Address.”

Saving The Earth One Worm At A Time. The Little Things Matter!

For a long time, I believed that meaningful change had to come from the top. I though we had to see changes in legislation on an unimaginable scale to have any hope at saving the planet, and this obsession with ‘refusing the straw’ was entirely missing the point.  But… I’ve changed my mind.  Because, likeContinue reading “Saving The Earth One Worm At A Time. The Little Things Matter!”

Setting Healthy Boundaries With Social Media

It’s far too easy to get addicted to social media. That’s why I haven’t posted anything on the blog for the past couple of weeks. I realised that social media was sucking up far too much of my time and energy and held an emergency intervention of forest walks and ignoring my phone. I don’tContinue reading “Setting Healthy Boundaries With Social Media”

If Cellulite Was Sexy

Like most young women of my era, I have been googling variations of ‘how to get rid of cellulite,’ ‘the quickest way to eliminate cellulite’ or ‘why do I have cellulite?’ on a semi-regular basis since I hit puberty. But around the age of 25, I finally couldn’t be bothered anymore. If you are stillContinue reading “If Cellulite Was Sexy”

What Dating An Opioid Addict Taught Me About Drugs

Have you ever seen the film called Yes Man? It’s about a man who decides to say Yes to absolutely everything, just to see where it takes him. I would say the first 25 years of my life were Yes Man on steroids. And that is how I, a girl from sleepy Northamptonshire, ended upContinue reading “What Dating An Opioid Addict Taught Me About Drugs”

The Beauty of the Micro-Adventure

This last year has been traumatic and painful for so many people, in so many ways. But among the fear, instability, and loss that has been unfolding, there has also been some significant shifts in perception. After a lifetime being told to work harder, live faster, consume more, and travel further, many people have hadContinue reading “The Beauty of the Micro-Adventure”