Cafe of the the Week | Calibrate Coffee

It has been a long and arduous search, but good things truly come to those who wait as the best chai latte in Sydney has hit my lips, thus legitimizing my tea and coffee habit. You heard it here first folks: Roseville’s Calibrate Coffee is the new café to try in Sydney’s lower north shore. […]

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25 Travel Safety Tips For Women

Exploring the world as a solo female traveler can be an incredibly daunting prospect because the sad reality is having two copies of the X chromosome automatically puts you at a greater risk. This awareness concerning vulnerability naturally puts women off from jet setting but there are countless safety tips women can abide by to make themselves feel more secure and […]

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Beach to Bar | 12 Classic One Pieces

A black one piece is timeless and by design flatters every shape. Traditionally considered a summer suitcase essential  look beyond its perceived limits as its natural versatility makes this little number a wardrobe staple. If life in Dubai taught me anything it is that the city leads the world when it comes to private pool clubs which transform […]

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The Disadvantage Of Long Term Travel

For those I love… As I write this I am preparing to relocate overseas next week for an unknown period of time. I am unbelievably excited to commence this new needed chapter in my life and to finally be on track to everything I ever wanted for myself. It is an opportunity I am forever […]

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10 Things To Do In London

As a little girl I became infatuated with London after being enchanted by the tales of Peter Pan and Mary Poppins, literary classics that still fill me with that same sense of magic and wonder. More recently Harry Potter further cast a spell over this muggle. My lineage may have sparked my obsession with everything […]

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The 5 Advantages of Travelling Solo

1. Stash the cash “Travel brings power and love back into your life.” ― Rumi Unfortunately, there are some well documented disadvantages of travelling unaccompanied; a single supplement on some forms of accommodation and tours is one of them. As I have grown into a more confident traveller (courtesy of spending much of my time […]

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Estonia | A Day Trip To Tallinn

Scotsman Robert Louis Stevenson stated “For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travels sake.” Never has a globe trotting quote ringed so true to my approach to life and it has lead me to many places I hadn’t otherwise considered. Most recently I found myself planning a […]

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Salzburg | Austria

Sunset over Salzburg

Salzburg, how do you even begin to write about such an enchanting place where the sound of horse drawn carriages leaves you feeling as though you’ve stepped back in time? I’ve had the good fortune of spending summer in Salzburg but having just retuned from my first European Christmas in Austria, I have fallen more […]

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