So, Canon have released a 30 day photo challenge for the month of September designed to inspire and challenge photographers of any level. Now I’m definitely not a pro, but I have always loved appreciating the world around me by capturing moments in a quick snap. … More 30 day LEAP
How to grow your own food in an Urban setting, and how important learning about urban agriculture is. … More No Garden, Garden. Importance of Urban Agriculture
South Africa was my first and last stop on my two-month Southern African adventure! I’m excited about finally writing about my amazing trip. After the almost 24 hour flight from Sydney, I landed in Johannesburg. Nervousness and excitement filled me, I’d convinced my parents I would be fine taking on this trip solo, and as … More South Africa
September 2014 Day 5 – Nuns by Candlelight Dear Journal, off to the markets bright and early, saw heaps of stalls selling everything from fresh fruit and lentils to brightly coloured plastic bowls and soccer jerseys. Saw some cockfights and a dead cow in a cart covered in flies. A man waved a rusty nail in my … More Diary Extracts from Timor Leste
I was looking through some of my old notebooks today only to find this. Poems I wrote in 2012, around the ages of 13/14. 15.06.2012 – CANCER To survive is to defy the odds, I don’t see the logic. Death casts it’s dark shadow on the walls of your soul, Every turn, nook, and cranny it waits … More Poems of 13-year-old heartbreak
People ask me this question all the time after they get to know me a little, “so where have you been?” For me, my love of travel began early alongside my passion for learning. I would read so many books about different animals, books dedicated to the wonders of the world and books about exotic … More Where Have I Been … so far?