Aim for the moon, even if you miss you’ll land in the stars W Clement Stone I can’t believe it has been 6 months since we arrived in New Zealand; 6 month’s since we said farewell to everyone and everything we know and love, 6 months since taking that leap of faith and going allContinue reading “The Longest 6 Months; From UK Coastline to NZ Countryside…”
So we’ve flown to the other side of the world all ready to start a new life for ourselves. We knew it was never going to be a walk in the park and are on a tight budget to keep ourselves afloat until our work visa’s come through. So I thought you may be interestedContinue reading “How to Live on a Shoestring Budget…”
I have to admit, last week I had a tough few days in which I can only describe as feeling a huge wave of grief. But it’s strange as these feelings didn’t feel like they belonged to me and it was if I was feeling someone else pain. I had to just let them takeContinue reading “Feeling the Positive Vibes”
After 25,000 miles of riding together over 5 years and endless adventures through all kinds of weather, my 1st big bike was finally sold 5 weeks ago!
It’s funny, only Thursday night I had a complete anxiety meltdown in which I questioned everything I am trying to achieve with this blog and whether it is worth doing? I guess maybe I need to read more of my own advice….
It has been 6 months since writing my Becoming a digital nomad…… blog. So I thought to give you a little update on where I am so far. The main questions to answer were:
Just less than one month since I wrote written in the stars with hope to start a new life in Padstow with my husband Rob. Just one month for us to realise that out of the ‘frying pan and into the fire’ was actually into a raging inferno. Just one month to finally stand upContinue reading “Through Stormy Skies”
There is a huge trend at the moment with people reverting to digital nomadic lifestyles. And it sounds great, to just travel and work when you like, right? But is this just a dreamers idea of escaping from the everyday norm of society? Or is it a realistic way of living?