One day in Reykjavík.

One day in Reykjavík.

Iceland's capital has sky rocketed in popularity over the past decade. A country once known for their Viking culture and progressive politics (Vigdís Finnbogadóttir was Iceland's and Europe's first female Prime Minister), their impressive natural landscape has taken centre stage, enticing visitors from all over the world. Flying from New York to London, I decided to [...]

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Learning to live in the ‘now’

Learning to live in the ‘now’

I was listening to a podcast the other day, specifically the 'Hey, it's ok' podcast by Glamour UK. Glamour's Editor, Jo Elvin said something that really resonated with me: "One of the hardest things for humans to learn is how to live in the moment". I am a planner, I have always been. I like [...]

One morning in Salzburg

One morning in Salzburg

  It was the smell of wiener schnitzel that woke me up. The last two days of relentless rain in Salzburg meant I hadn’t any option other than to continuously sample Austria’s national delicacy. As the smell subsided, the warm glow behind my hostel curtain promised the European sunshine I had almost forgot existed. I [...]