Category Ramblings

The London Diaries: Richmond Park

Two weeks ago I moved to South London and I’ve honestly never been happier and more excited to start exploring new areas of my favourite city. And so I guess it only makes sense to start recording my adventures on my blog: welcome to The London Diaries! Yep, I’m going to be a massive tourist in […]

Postcards from the Countryside

I’m fortunate enough to live in a relatively rural area, which I love, and to be honest I’ve been appreciating it a lot more since I’ve started commuting into London everyday. These photos are from a sunset country walk around my hometown the other day, and then from a wonderful weekend trip to visit a friend […]

From Here to Now to You

Musings on mindfulness and being in the moment. Stick with me here.

How to Deal with the Post-Travel Blues

This post goes out to anyone who has ever been travelling for any good length of time, and you know exactly what I mean when I say Post-Travel Blues. It’s a real thing, guys. But there are ways you can counter the symptoms and learn to live a well-balanced, mindful and happy life back in […]

23 at 23

Or 23 things to tell myself at the grand old age of 23 and a half. There’s nothing wrong with being weird. And don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise. It’s really cool being a vegetarian, but not everybody else wants to hear about it. Idealism is all well and good, but sometimes a little realism […]

My Travel Essentials

So, I’m back from my travels, three-month holiday, spiritual experience, whatever you want to call it. And rather than wallow in nostalgia and sadness, I’ve put together a little list of my travel essentials. So here is my gift to you, and I hope that I am able to impart at least a little wisdom […]

My Favourite Song: Breakdown by Jack Johnson

When you think about it, it’s funny how much meaning a single song can hold for someone. 2-3 minutes, some guitars, maybe a piano, and a handful of words can somehow create a world of importance which can take us back to another moment, person, or feeling when we listen to it. I can tell […]