The best thing about blogging is the ability to adapt and grow as a writer. From next week I will be incorporating more lifestyle, wellness and even business leadership posts on this blog. But don’t despair! I will still be writing about travel as it is still a strong passion of mine. Continue reading “New Directions”
I came across an article recently on Facebook about travel being a real addiction. A doctor was quoted in the piece confirming just that. But I have to disagree with that diagnosis. Because for me, travel is a lifestyle choice. Continue reading “Travel: Addiction or Lifestyle?”
Dawn was not only the start of a brand new day, but it was a strategic defensive tactic employed by the military. The early morning light, as the sun slowly rose slowly over the horizon, played tricks on the eyes. In war, it was the perfect time to take advantage of your enemy.
And so was born the Anzac Day Dawn Service. Continue reading “Strategic Dawn”
We often remember exactly where we were during a tragic world event and 2016 certainly had no shortage of these. In particular, one day stands out to me – 22 March 2016 – and it still feels surreal to me that I was there. I still remember the way I felt when the early morning bustling city suddenly became as empty and still as a war-zone. Continue reading “Brussels – One Year Stronger”
Is there a right time for you to travel somewhere? Just because all your friends and colleagues have visited the top holiday destinations, does it mean you have to as well? And if you do, will you enjoy it more or less? That is what it is like for me. I have to feel a strong enough pull towards a country before I can fully appreciate all it has to offer. Continue reading “The Right Time to Travel”
When the clock strikes midnight on 31 December the New Year resolutions are not that far behind. However, it is easy to get caught up in fireworks and parties that mark the start of a new year and fall back onto the same resolutions you made last year. If you have not really thought through your resolutions then it will be hard to maintain committment. Continue reading “How to Make Your New Year Resolutions Count”