Vision boards, who hasn’t seen one these days! They can be a great visual representation of your hopes and dreams and can help you spring into action and turns those dreams into a reality. They are fun to create and will help you to stay grounded and focused! BONUS!
A vision board is a board or arrangement of images, quotes and visual ideas, that represents whatever you want to be, do or have in your life. Essentially keeping a vision board close by, gives you laser focus when it comes to what you want to create in your life.
In this blog post, I will show you how you can create a vision board online. To either help you with your wanderlust, your money issues or your blogging dreams or whatever you envision in your life.. Mmmm cake, I’m envisioning a delicious piece of cake right now haha!
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Rottnest Island, just off the coast of Perth, Western Australia, is one of the most amazing islands I have ever been too in my life! With it’s raw and rough beauty and home to unique animals that only live on this island, a day trip(at least) is an absolute must for visiting this part of the world.
It has been one of the most popular ‘holiday at home’ destinations for Western Australians. With its many charms and attractions, this islands attract a whole variety of people and therefore it is immensely popular.
Whether you stay for one day or five, Rottnest will enchant, inspire and recharge your batteries for weeks to come. And when you are on that ferry on your way home, you will have wished you booked some more nights on this spectacular island.
In the post underneath, I will show you where to go, what to see and how to make sure you can get the elusive selfie with the worlds happiest animal ( YES IT IS THAT CUTE!)
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This past weekend I wandered over to Luna Park at Milsons Point, Sydney. The park is an amusement attraction and was established in 1935, amazingly it still contains traditional midway games and rides while of course still offering your 21st-century amusements as well.
The older charm that this park offers, the more the modern generation can catch a glimpse of the past. Continue reading “PHOTO DIARY #8 LUNA PARK”
Getting into the zone in order to write good and long blog posts is not as easy as it sounds. Ask any blogger, I am sure they will agree with me. I am not saying that blogging isn’t fun, but you have to look up a lot of information, do research and read a lot in order to get a good information together and write a compelling post that you guys will love.
So once the research is done, I start typing and working out my posts. I always need to get into a rhythm/flow to keep my juices flowing (haha juices) and to keep the words coming.
I have made a playlist with music that I love and some from my favorite youtube influencers that they too have used in their vlogs. By listening to their music I stay inspired and want to finish my blogs to the highest standard possible.
Underneath are some of my favorite tracks to listen too.
keep in mind that they are meant to keep you in a work-trance, so most don’t have any vocals in it (I know that is not every one cups of tea)
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The Vivid light’s festival has kicked off once again in all its glory in Sydney, Australia. For the next three weeks, Vivid will dazzle and amaze over 1.7 million visitors who will flock to one of the world’s most beautiful harbor cities.
Each year the light spectacle gets bigger and better and of course this year, well, that is also the case. The theme of this year’s festival is Light, Music, and Ideas. The majority of the installations can be seen in Circular Quay and its surroundings.
In this blog post, I have set up a walking route that you can take so you will see the majority of the light festival from spectacular vantage points… not a problem 😉
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Even though it was a rainy cold(yes it gets cold in Australia haha!) winters day last Saturday, I still decided to go for a wander through Sydney. I ended up in the oldest part of Sydney called “The Rocks”.
The Rocks is a neighborhood of historic laneways in the shadow of Sydney Harbour Bridge. Locals and many tourists mingle at the open-air Rocks Markets, purchasing street food and handmade souvenirs. The area has some of Sydney’s oldest pubs and many of the upscale restaurants have spectacular harbor views.
I took my DSLR camera with me, but unfortunately, it was not working, so I had to take pictures with my trusty iPhone. They didn’t turn out too bad – thank goodness, but they would have looked better if they would have been taken with my fancy-pants camera.
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Recently I was completely out of ideas for blog posts. I know I haven’t talked about it a lot, but I have been very sick and was even admitted to hospital. I am now doing a lot better (woohoo!) but I am still feeling a bit weak. As I am low on energy at the moment, my attention span is very short so obviously, when writing blog posts, you have to do a lot of research, and at the moment I don’t really have the right frame of mind to do that.
So I ask some of my friends what I should do and they said to do a travel Q&A. I thought that was a great idea, so I got quite a few questions and I will answer them underneath. I hope you enjoy this post.
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