66 Days Without Social Media Challenge – Day 8

You know those days where you feel like very little has happened and yet somehow you have an inkling that the very absence of something happening, means that something bigger is starting to come to life?

I kind of feel like today has been one of those days. I really can’t explain it, but I feel like something at my very core is starting to transform into something different, leaving me with a new energy and sensation to experience, which is both nerve wrecking/scary and yet slightly exciting/stimulating at the same time.

It’s like sitting read more

66 Days Without Social Media Challenge – Day 5

I was contemplating my vision board today and I noticed it’s changed quite a lot since last week. Where there were blanks before, there are now inspirational messages to myself. Pictures have been re-arranged and it looks altogether much more ‘done’ and inviting.

I got my vision board a few weeks ago and had been struggling a little with what I wanted to put on it, but I’ve noticed in the calm of the last week my mind no longer seems at a loss as to dreams and visions of what could be. I really like that.

Since it’s read more

66 Days Without Social Media Challenge – Day 3

I’m starting to find this process of removing myself from social media and spending significant time alone with my own thoughts really useful.

Since I’ve been pondering questions on myself, where I am in life now, where I want to be in the future etc. daily, I am starting to figure out some answers for myself – day by day.

I definitely still have a lot to figure out, but I decided that today I really want to focus on envisioning and outlining what I think I want, so that read more

Arctic Melody

Sitting, sitting, sitting in the moonlight

Watching, watching, watching as the world flies by

Drinking my mojito by the seaside

Thinking, thinking, thinking in that hammock of mine

Where, where, where am I going?

How, how, how do I know what’s right?

Loving, loving, loving the feeling

Of knowing, knowing, knowing that I am alive

13 Fantastic Places For An Epic Animal Adventure

Image by Matt Reinbold / CC BY-SA 2.0

Image by Matt Reinbold / CC BY-SA 2.0

The world is full of brilliant animals spanning the entire planet. Big ones, small ones, round ones, bold ones, dangerous ones, cute ones and everything in between.

They parade in their beautiful colours, impress with their hunting prowess and allow for hours and hours of fascinating observation by displaying their intriguing rituals with wonderful bravado. It’s no small wonder then that eco-friendly wildlife tourism is such a big hit these days.

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking to dive into the ocean, improve on your feathered read more

Being Rich…

…is not about how much you have, but how much you give.

These are the truly magnificent words spoken in the following Gift – Singapore Drama Short Film by Daniel Yam.

It depicts the heartbreaking but beautiful tale of a young boy who never appreciated how truly wonderful his father was until it was too late.

It carries a strong underlying message across to those watching that not everything is always as it seems and it is also a gentle reminder to all of us to appreciate our parents while we still have them. One day they will be gone read more

(Re)location Junkies Uncovered: Jhon Entrop

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(Re)location Junkies uncovered is a series of explorations into what makes people tick and their relationships with life and travel. Every single person featured in this series will be someone I have personally met or interacted with and who I can confidently say embodies the Relocationjunkie.com spirit by inspiring positivity through action.

Who is Jhon Entrop?

In the first post of this series, I am proud to introduce you to my immensely talented friend Jhon Entrop. We first met whilst temping at a travel company in Amsterdam in 2013 and since then Jhon has read more