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”
Hello to everyone who has been kind enough to follow my blog this year. I really appreciate each and every one of you for encouraging, supporting and inspiring me through this strange and difficult time for so many of us. Of course, there have been so many things to give thanks for this year. ButContinue reading “Thank you and Take Care”
Putting yourself first is a truly selfless act. Don’t worry if that sounds a bit strange right now. I used to think that taking care of other people was far more important than looking after my own needs. Luckily, my life on the road has taught me a lot about emotional resilience and healthy relationships…Continue reading “Putting Yourself First Is A Truly Selfless Act”
Even though we live in a tiny Peugeot Boxer conversion, we have a whole cupboard just for board and card games! It’s such a fun ice breaker to connect with other people on the road, and also a great way to pass a rainy day inside your camper. Now I normally steer clear of productContinue reading “Best Board and Card Games for the Road”
The health of the earth and the health of human beings is inseparable. This is brilliant news, but I didn’t always see things that way!
I often find myself wondering about the future of the ‘vanlife’ movement. Since #vanlife became a hashtag, it seems like an endless stream of people are buying and converting vans to live in. Sharing carefully curated pictures to thousands of Instagram followers, certain influencers have created a ‘fashion statement’ around trading a home for aContinue reading “The Future of the Vanlife Movement”
HSPs have so much love to give and a heart that overflows with compassion for other people. Whilst being a trait to celebrate, it can also lead us to darker places and make us vulnerable to physical or emotional abuse.