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:
Another roller-coaster year just gone by. From managing a pub which ultimately risked our every being, both mentally and physically (although strangely enough never our relationship!) to completing a uni degree with distinction and then walking away from everything leaving us effectively jobless and homeless, (Through Stormy Skies).
I could write you my journey of 2017 and reflect upon the year but I find it simply more beautiful to show you.
Thank you for following me and showing your support. I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. All the best for 2018!
As the nights close in and the days get shorter I can’t avoid the anxious fear rising in my belly.
With a continuous increase of female riders and a higher demand for correctly fitted motorbike gear, for all our wonderful curves and sizes, Sara Bernice a member of The Litas Plymouth organised a Motorcycle Maids Fashion Show on 21st October. Karen and Robin from Chequered Flag agreed to host the event. All proceeds raised would be split between RoyalContinue reading “Motorcycle Maids Fashion Show 2017 – A Roar in the Right Direction Towards Fashionable Women’s Motorcycle Gear”
During my epic road-trip to Wales which you can read about here: Part 1 and Part 2, my friend and I stayed at Basecamp located in Llanllyfni a small village on the outskirts of Snowdonia National Park.
You can read part 1 of my trip here. Day 2 After yesterdays monstrous task of riding hundreds of miles and climbing Snowdon, I am feeling better than I thought. Although I am feeling more nervous about today’s ride than yesterdays. This will be the furthest away I have been on the bike, in unfamiliarContinue reading “Climbing Mountains – A Welsh Road-trip Part 2”
It’s the day before I take my longest road trip to date. A 657 mile roundtrip from Plymouth to Wales, stopping off in Birmingham on the way back to see family. With a hike up Mount Snowdon thrown in for good measure.
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”