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Tales From Abroad: Behind the clicks of our cameras were Vietnamese women full of life – now gone

At 5pm the government's megaphone blared out messages of the day. “Propaganda!” our Vietnamese guide mused, as we stared across the rice fields. A spike in the grass, the speaker was hoisted atop dark juts of metal - a stark contrast to the beauty that surrounded it. Mom has always been an adventurer and I [...]

By | November 15th, 2016|Tales from Abroad, Vietnam|3 Comments

Rated and Reviewed: Six Places We Stayed in Along the Wild Atlantic Way

It’s hard to believe that so much time has passed since our Wild Atlantic Way journey. You probably noticed that I took a bit of a break from blogging to recalibrate (the irony being that my idea of recalibrating was to dive head first into other projects). There’s so much still that I want to [...]

By | November 8th, 2016|Blog, Ireland|4 Comments

Our Wild Atlantic Way Diaries Part Four: From Doolin to Malin Head

Greetings from Kerry - We’ve arrived safe and sound back home to the Kingdom, but what a fantastic odyssey it’s been (and quite the achievement too if we might add!) It was tricky to update the blog while we were basking in the vibrancy of the Atlantic Way so this is just an overview of [...]

By | October 12th, 2016|Blog, Ireland|2 Comments

Our Wild Atlantic Way Diaries Part Three: From Mizen Head to Doolin

Standing on the pier in Doolin, Mom and I watched as the sunset slipped down on the horizon. There were still surfers paddling along in the water. The waves still crashing against the rocks. It was quite simply: magical. Our Wild Atlantic Way journey has so far been full of adventure. We’ve travelled 597km from [...]

By | October 1st, 2016|Blog, Ireland|10 Comments

Our Wild Atlantic Way Diaries: From Mizen to Malin Head Part Two

To say today has been hectic is a complete understatement. With just a few hours to go before our Wild Atlantic Way adventure, we’re bouncing around like energy balls. I made my way down to Kerry last night from Heuston station, and arriving at 9pm I wasn’t particularly in the mood to work at planning [...]

By | September 27th, 2016|Blog, Ireland|1 Comment

Making a Will: Your Questions Answered Part Three

Welcome to Part Three of Making a Will with Gwen Bowen of Bowen & Co Solicitors. This is the third and final part of the series. In this short series, I’ve put the key questions to Gwen, who has kindly taken the time out to answer them. It’s important to note that everyone’s situation is different, [...]

By | September 16th, 2016|Blog, Dying Matters|0 Comments

Our Wild Atlantic Way Diaries: From Mizen to Malin Head Part One

Value what’s on your doorstep, because what you can discover can be immense! This year Mam and I made the decision to explore our own country a bit more. We were initially going to jet off to the Camino de Santiago but changed our minds when we reflected on how much we can do here. The [...]

By | September 9th, 2016|Blog, Ireland|15 Comments

How We Grew Our Instagram by 1000 Followers in a Month Without Paying

First things first, everyone’s style is different but buying followers will do you no favours. Sure you’ll have a lot of followers and look very cool, but they won’t be engaged, they probably won’t interact and won’t click through to your website in your bio (plus it’s really obvious when people have bought followers. 20 [...]

By | August 31st, 2016|Blog, Blogger Tips|10 Comments

Making a Will: Your Questions Answered Part One

When should I make a will? Do I need to discuss it with my family? What about inheritance tax? These are just some of the questions that so many of us want to know, but yet many of us have been too afraid to ask. In this short series, I’ve put the key questions to [...]

By | August 26th, 2016|Blog, Dying Matters|8 Comments

8 Travel Bloggers Who Inspired Me to Quit My Job and Travel the World

I'd be lying if I said that to quit my job to travel the world was an easy decision to make. I remember in January 2016, I was sitting at my desk editing photos while my eyes and heart were welling up. I just knew I had to leave. I’m one of those people who [...]

By | August 20th, 2016|Blog|12 Comments