'Lunchtime’ means different things to different people and the way people spend their lunchtime can give you a sneak peek into their lives. If I’m in a restaurant or cafe during lunchtime, I’m always curious to see how people react towards their meals. A couple of weeks ago I was privileged enough to witness the most adorable family-lunch in a cafe.
My first book was bad, but it doesn't matter because it turned out to be valuable in other ways. Here's why...
This true story sheds light on how your home is deeply connected to your sense of self and wrestles with some uncomfortable questions around home and homelessness.
Is it possible for home to be in two different places at the same time? I think if you ask most people who moved from one country to another, the answer would be 'yes'. Perhaps my struggle to define home isn't that strange considering how life is in constant flux for many young people who are moving to between jobs, cities and countries.
Prague is a beautiful city and a top choice for many visitors as it offers a variety of sites and attractions at relatively reasonable prices. Unfortunately, if you're visiting in high season you have to face the jostling crowds. Although there will always be lots of people about, we found that exploring the city centre at night not only meant less camera wielding tourists, but it also gave us a chance to experience Prague's dream-like atmosphere. Here's why it's worth exploring Prague at night.
We all have dreams about the life we think we’ll lead and the person we hope to become, but sometimes life throws a fantastic curve ball your way and you grow into the person you were always meant to be. This is the story of how a fabulous corporate girl turned into a go-getter, hands-dirty, full-time mom, with an enormous vegetable garden and a big heart.
A fresh spring reading list that will inspire you to read something a little out of your comfort zone.
1 April 2019. Today I'm celebrating my 30th birthday! So, I wrote a little something to capture all the valuable life lessons I've learnt during my 20's. Perhaps you can relate...
It was in dreamy Cassis, a town nestled between mountains on the Azure Coast, where the meaning of true love was revealed to me.
My sister’s an extremely talented artist and I’ve always admired her ability to catch a moment or emotion with her art. We’d been talking about collaborating on a project, so I sent her some poems and she worked on illustrations to accompany them. Her illustrations developed and shaped the stories in a completely new way, which allowed me to reduce the poems to their bare essence.