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Annual Recap

I’ve been thinking about how to write this blog post for weeks now. Surely it should be a cinch to rehash the major highlights of the past year, especially since most of them already exist in the form of other blog posts, right? WELL. You see… 2018 wasn’t all about

Monthly Recap

Hello my people! Is anyone else amazed that it’s now 2019? This is actually my favorite time of year, early January: you have a year full of endless possibilities ahead, AND a few months of glorious summer weather in your immediate future (if you’re in Sydney, at any rate!). Looking

Australia

A couple months ago, my #1 road trip buddy Marijs and I made the long drive from Sydney to Broken Hill and got to experience the Outback of New South Wales. This unique little slice of Australia isn’t really on the tourist trail, but that only adds to its appeal

Australia

Coober Pedy is probably the most well-known (read: touristy) mining town in Australia, but if there’s anything I learned on my recent road trip through Outback New South Wales, it’s that this country’s got plenty of other mining towns. Are they all worth visiting? No way. I’d conjecture that most

Australia

If there’s one thing I know well, it’s where to go in Bondi to get some work done on my laptop. As a digital nomad turned Sydney-based freelancer, I have spent the better part of my working hours these last two years hopping between numerous different coffee shops and venues around

Travel Gear

If there’s one kind of packing list I can fashion with any sort of authority, it’s one highlighting what to pack for the beach. I mean, I live in Bondi Beach – hell, I moved to Australia in the first place because of the beaches here. My days literally revolve

Australia

Sitting atop my Aussie bucket list for the past year or so was a particular national park whose landscape resembles that of another planet. Picture miles of cemented sand and clay, ranging from white to red to brown in color, dotted with conical rock formations and lined with sand dunes.

Travel Gear

I’ve tested out a number of bags on my perpetual quest to carry both my camera and my everyday essentials in one stylish and comfortable setup. Tote bag, messenger bag, backpack – I’m not too fussed on what type of camera bag it is, as long as it meets what

Australia

I knew very little about Broken Hill before being sent off on an adventure to this Outback town. In fact, I think the extent of my knowledge was that it was located in bumblef*ck New South Wales. In my head I’d placed it somewhere between Sydney and Melbourne, but in

Monthly Recap

Helloooooo friends! This recap’s comin’ atcha a wee bit late because I’ve been on the road (more on that later!). September started off super busy with a trip up to Cairns and the conclusion of my NLP course. After that, it rained for a few weeks straight in Sydney. Like,