In a world that's always trying to crush us and make us feel bad in order to purchase the 'latest' and 'greatest' products, we hear a lot of criticism, but honestly, it's not true. And the older you get, the more comfortable you become with yourself and the more you learn how to look your absolute best, in a way that you're comfortable, the less you care about this pressure put onto you.
How to Travel Cheap: Tips for Traveling the World on a Budget.
Do you often find yourself scrolling through your social feed, daydreaming about faraway lands, inspiring photography and life-changing adventure? Then you wake up and check your bank balance…dammit.
To travel on a budget is a daunting thing to many people, and unfortunately can deter some would-be wanderers from experiencing this incredible planet. To help you get the most out of your journey, here are 21 genius travel hacks for when you’re broke AF.
We are costantly bombarded with these polished, perfect images on the daily of models and social media celebrities. And then you go ahead and look at your grainy, poorly lit selfie of yourself and you think “I’m so ugly”.
Have you ever thought about the fact that they have a whole team of people behind them to make them look spectacular?
I have wanted to do this challenge for the longest time but I’ve been putting it off for some unknown reason. I knew it would be hard, but there are zero negative side effects from doing this challenge, so I guess I just wanted to protect my right to complain, hence why I was shying away from this challenge.
That’s not the best way to go.
I can at times slip into a very negative mindset and I don’t know how to snap out of it. I’m aware it’s happening, but I just seem to be stuck in a cycle.
And then I read this article by Dr Bradberry:
Too often we wake up in a shitty mood and don't know how to get out of it.
The sun is shining, you can still breathe, you have food on the table, you have a roof over your head, but your mood is SOUR!
How on Earth to get out of this mood and into a more productive, fun and loving state. Go to sleep and hope it goes away?
I guess that's one way. But there's another, much easier way...
I love watching women more and more come together to support each other and do incredible things in the world that have been previously thought not possible for us.
And to think not even that long ago we didn't have any rights and we were a possession. Wow. We have progressed!
The future is bright for all humanity and a part of that I do believe is having more strong, smart and kind women in power. I love you boys, but some female energy in power is necessary to balance the equation.
So! To spread the love of International Women's Day, here is the...
We live in a BEAUTIFUL time where making money is easier than ever. Here are 7 ways you can make money RIGHT NOW as a Travel Influencer, even if you're small.
I hope these guidelines kick start you into thinking of ways you can make money online. These are just rough ideas which are there to provide inspiration. If I can do this, you can do this!
I tried Tim Ferriss' morning routine for 7 days. Ferriss is the bestselling author of "The 4-Hour Workweek," a podcast host, an entrepreneur, and an investor.
Here are the routine steps:
1. Get out of bed within 2 mins of alarm going off
2. Make your bed immediately
3. Sit down and meditate for 10-20 mins
4. Take a cold shower
5. Drink some green tea
You have all asked for so long how to take your own travel photos.
So in this edition of the video, I'm going to share my secrets of the perfect travel indoor self-portrait.
What you will need:
- Them good looks of yours
It's a lot easier than you think...
I'm not one to usually toot my horn and say I'm amazing at any certain skill.
I'm not particularly great at anything. I'm pretty good at a lot of things, but not great.
Photography is a thing that has been in my life for years, but more because 3 of my boyfriends were interested in photography before it even crossed my mind to pick up a camera. I always wondered why on earth they would bother. I didn't really understand the point, but more so, I never really thought I could be good at it.
And even 3 years after I picked up a camera, I actually thought I was completely rubbish...until very, very recently. I caught myself looking at my portfolio in admiration. Beautiful images sharing a story, curated beautifully and images complimenting each other.
And it feels weird to say at this point in time I actually really love my photos. But...
Circa 2007 - the very first solo trip I undertook to Canada and Europe where I spent 9 months abroad exploring on my own and where I started satisfying a craving, which unknown to me would never disappear.
So why travel? What drives this desire within me to explore? What makes it hard for me to survive and live without travel?