Big city life

big city, london, hammersmith bridge

It’s called public transport and it’s hard. Remember when I said I was excited to not have a car? Well I don’t like it as much as I thought I would. I guess it takes some getting used to. I’ve officially been in London for a week! Here are some snippets I’ve learnt about living in this […]

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11 emotions of packing

packing, london

Packing has begun, it’s also stopped a few times for a breakdown. I started packing for London – read more here on why I’m leaving – and its been quite a roller coaster. The problem all starts with the “2 x 23kg” thing, then it gets worse with the “you’ll need all your coats and jerseys”. Phase […]

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Rules of style

laid back style

There are no rules! During the holidays I lived in shorts, a slouchy tee and a costume. It’s what my uniform and I like it. Does that make me “un-style-ish”? (is that even a word?) Is having a routine and being comfortable so not fashion forward? Is it a bad thing that my style looks lazy? Can […]

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Balancing act

boho top, pink emroidery, cotton on

Would you believe me if I said these shorts were turning 9 this year? What’s more shocking is that they still fit me. The colour has changed but my feeling for them have remained the same. When I bought these shorts at the tender age of 16 they were probably the most expensive piece of clothing I […]

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Bilene, Mozambique

villa nbanga, bilene, mozambique

‘Africa’s not for sissies’…bring a 4×4 and a sense of adventure to Mozambique When foreigners complain about things not ‘working’ in Africa I always roll my eyes. Don’t come here if you’re not willing to experience the people, culture and community. Things work differently because it’s not your home, adapt, enjoy and take cool pictures. A few […]

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