If you’ve started an online business you’re going to need a lesson in dealing with the doubters. Whatever you do in life, there will be doubters. There will be people who try to convince you that you can’t achieve what you’re trying to do. Dealing with the doubters is important if you want to get […]
Have you ever noticed so many people complain about their jobs, and how unhappy they are, but very few actually take action?
Alright, you know your why, now you’re probably wondering what’s next? So you’ve taken time out to delve deep within and find your life’s true purpose (for now). You know your why. “When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” ~ Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist What you do from here […]
The problem was, I didn’t really know what I wanted. I could rattle off a list of hundreds of things I didn’t want in my life but couldn’t tell you what I really wanted. I was so confused by what society says I should be doing and what I actually felt I should be doing that I just couldn’t pinpoint what I wanted.
Freedom is being care-free. Wind in your hair, sand at your feet, no make-up, endless days at the beach.
Living free from clutter. Not collecting things, having a few special possessions and not being defined by material objects. Living truly at peace with yourself and others. Helping others.
So I know you’re wondering why someone would travel from Australia to New Zealand and only stay a weekend?
This was a business trip!
That’s right, as part of my new online venture I now get to mix work with travel, and pretty soon this is going to become my full time lifestyle. Pretty incredible right?!
My Bucket List A few posts ago I briefly mentioned my bucket list. To hold myself accountable I’ve decided to post my list here, and then I can post about each item as I tick them off my list. You’ll see a common theme is travel but there’s a lot of personal items as well. […]
And now, with the help of my new tribe, my motto is all about ‘collecting moments, not things’
We’re only young once, I’m going to embrace life and live it to the fullest.
When I’m travelling the world, I won’t be bringing all my objects with me, I’ll be collecting memories.
Normal is getting dressed in clothes that you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car that you are still paying for – in order to get to the job you need to pay for the clothes and the car, and the house you leave vacant all day so you can afford to live in it.”
as soon as I got off the freeway and onto that
country road I felt free. It was such an exhilarating moment for me.
No other cars in sight, music blaring (I could listen to whatever I wanted), beautiful scenery, windows down, and
hair flying in the breeze.