In approximately 1 month's time, I'll run my first ever ultra marathon... 60km. Here's what I'm doing to get there. As always, I hope you find in my path, even one valuable tool for carving out yours.
There are countless facets to true health and wellbeing that we overlook. Here's a peek into the REAL habits and shifts that have truly transformed my own wellbeing both mentally and physically.
Ever over-planned a holiday to the point where you're exhausted on the flight home? Ever said good bye to routine entirely, and spent weeks moaning, groaning and announcing "where you'd rather be" on your return? Me too. This holiday, I was determined to do things differently.
Things I don't recommend include: moving countries, hustling your way to self establishment and forgetting the definition of a holiday. Things I do recommend? Well, you'll simply have to read this post.
Working from home is one of those luxuries in life that arguably receives a more positive wrap than it deserves. Working (or studying) from home is hard. That's why I'm sharing my favourite tips for readying your home in a way that boosts productivity + efficiency!
To buy a house or to find a home? Whilst many of us concern over the ill prospects of investing in property, I find myself deep amid a different conversation. To me, home can't be bought with money in the bank. Rather, with the time in our hands and the love in our hearts.
Re-inventing yourself isn't about hating where you are. It's about respecting where you're going. Join me as I find inspiration and new perspective in a return to my favourite custom design hotel in Sydney, The Collectionist.
In the past 12 months, my perception of success has changed significantly. Until now, it's made me question whether I've given up early or lost motivation for the "larger" goals in life. What I've come to realise is that what I once thought was so large, may not be so significant to me.. at all. It's time to stop pretending; it's time to redefine success.
Growing up is harder than imagined. But not necessarily for the reasons they tell you. Let's talk about the most confronting lesson of so-called "adulthood": changing in the eyes of the people who don't wish to see it.
This is a letter to my younger sister, as much as it is to my younger self, and to all those entering the working industry. It turns out there's a difference between earning respect and being respected; an internship and a job; being accepted and being embraced. Consider this a chance to learn from my lessons.