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    Tips for Travelling with Anxiety

    August 18, 2018
    Tips on how to travel with anxiety.

    Anxiety. It’s a word I’m tired of saying – bored of saying. Like a worn-out record, it’s played its scratchy tune in the corner of my brain since its unexpected arrival in 2011. Since then, its volume has risen and fallen: sometimes barely audible, but often loud and deafening. It’s a tune I’m familiar with, one that I know every note of. Yet when played, it’s a tune that still causes me to catch my breath. You see, as well…

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  • The Importance of Sleep as Travel Bloggers

    Eyes glazed, I stare up at the ‘New In’ section of Euston station’s bookshop. Having just missed my train by a matter of seconds, I’m irritated that I’m now forced to stay here for…

    April 23, 2018
  • My Journey To [enjoying] Full-Time Blogging

    Over the past few months I’ve witnessed an epidemic; a baby boom that’s swept through my close circle of friends. Like the pied piper of newborns, I’ve stepped up to the role of the-unrelated-aunt…

    February 15, 2018
  • Tips on travelling with anxiety

    What Travel Means To Us

    Life changing moments: how many have you had? These transformative events – these life-defining instances – can come in an assortment of shapes and sizes. Some are phone calls: “you’ve got the job! When…

    January 25, 2018
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    A Year of Fossil Firsts

    As I sit writing this blog post,  a cold wind wrapping around my ankles every time the door to my local café opens, an increasing sense of worry creeps in. November crept up fast…

    December 5, 2017
  • Small Rituals for a Positive Morning

    “What was your very first thought when you woke up?” I was 8-years-old and sat on the classroom floor – the wiry, blue carpet poking through my wool tights. It made my legs itch.…

    August 9, 2017
  • Imposter Syndrome: the tale of a fraudulent blogger

    A hand extends across the table: “Hi there, I’m Richard – Chairman of the tourism board and tonight’s host”. He shakes my hand firmly; the sort of handshake that suggests this is a man…

    June 26, 2017
  • Celebrating National Tea Day with Twinings

    Resting under the shade of a tea bush one afternoon in 2737 BCE, Emperor Shennong, of China, instructed his servants to prepare his drinking water. Shennong, ahead of his time, liked his water boiled…

    April 27, 2017
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    Is this the real reason bloggers have anxiety?

    A few months ago, a short, satirical piece was published in The Sunday Times, titled: ‘24 Hours with a Beauty Blogger’. An easy shot. I’ve lost count of the number of articles I’ve seen…

    February 10, 2017