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:
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!
You can read about my everyday basic motorbike essentials here I am an all weather rider girl and coming up to my 7th UK winter on the bike. I have ridden through the coldest, windiest and wettest riding conditions that the lovely UK has to offer. From the depths of snow in Hertfordshire to theContinue reading “Winter Riding – A Guide to Essential Gear and Accessories”
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”