Despite it being in the grand plan (phase two of the grand plan in fact), buying my flight to Australia was nothing short of panic inducing. Leaving the near year long adventure of Asia; friends, familiarity and freedom, cheap living, relaxing and the backpacker life for expensive living in a land unknown, getting myself back … More Once More Into The Unknown
So I moved in with a child. Why?! You might ask. Because location was class, rent was a steal and it’s only for two months. Why?! I am asking. Repeatedly. I am terrible with children. I totally underestimated how hard it would be and how I would have to compromise my personal and social life … More Home-sweet-Home?
It’s often the case that when you establish yourself in one place, you are overtaken by a lethargic reluctance to discover its surroundings. As if just because you live there, the seduction of nearby places gets lost and we look instead at faraway destinations for excitement. I am fortunate enough to be a long-standing resident … More Keep the Discovery-Fire Alive
I had a bit of a melt down yesterday. I owe this to the fact that I have now reached the “three-months-to-departure” date and I have so much still to do. Recently, this has started weighing heavily in my mind and I have had so much swimming around in my head, that it has all … More Fundraising Related Panic