Probably one of the most popular walking trails in Sydney, the Spit to Manly walk. This walk has some of the most stunning views imaginable: Crystal blue water, secluded bays and beaches, bushland and stunning cliff views. This walk is 10 kilometers long and is not super simple. The track, however, is so stunning that it will entice you to keep going.
This walk has been on my bucket list since last summer. I attempted to do it, but I could not find that start of the walk, so I gave up. My friend the other day told me exactly where to go and what to do, so I did another attempt last weekend. If you follow me on Instagram, then you have already seen some of my pictures of this walk. I had such a good time, bringing me back to the time I lived in the mountains. I was so happy and I wish I had done it sooner.
In today’s blog post I will show you some of the amazing sights that you will see during this walk.
Ahh Bondi Beach. If you are Australian or just someone who likes Australia, then you have definitely heard of this world famous beach. The suburb where the beach is located is only 7 kilometers from Sydney CBD and in summers gets run over by tourists and locals.
The other day I did the Bondi to Coogee walk. But before I set off I wandered around for a bit. It had been a while since I had been to this famous beach, and I enjoyed it a lot more then I anticipated.
This famous hipster suburb is home to some amazing shops, restaurants, walking tracks and swimming pools. So if you are planning to go to Sydney and want to know the ins and outs of Bondi then read on…
The Bondi to Coogee coastal walk is probably one of the most iconic walks that you can do in Sydney(or maybe even in Australia). Following the rough cliffs along the ocean with stunning views all over, 6 of the most famous/beautiful beaches and Australian wildlife surrounding you all along the way.
If you follow me on Instagram, then you have already seen some of my pictures of this walk. I had such a blast and I loved taking pictures (so be prepared for quite a few lol) In this post I will show you all the cool sites, beaches and more.
The Great Ocean Road is one of the most scenic drives you will ever do. The 234-kilometer long route takes you along some of Australia’s most amazing scenery. Rugged cliffs, blue oceans, quaint little towns, lighthouses and lots of Australian wildlife is just some of the things you will encounter when taking this road trip.
In this blog post, I will show you all the hot spots of where to stop and what to see.
If you are planning to drive this route, or want to enjoy some of Australia’s best towns, beaches and attractions then keep on reading.
I think most bloggers know what I am talking about when saying that being a blogger is a lot more than just writing posts. Social media (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter etc), emails, planning content and so much more. There’s a lot more to blogging – than blogging – if ya know what I mean.
For a while, I was struggling to get everything done on time. It is very important to update your blog as well updating your social media, you need a Pinterest strategy and a growth plan for your blog. So how do you get it all done? and stay consistent without letting this whole blog thing take over your life?
For me, staying on top of my blogging to-do’s is about 2 main things:
- Managing distractions and maintaining focus (YouTube is my downfall, Hello Shane Dawson)
- Knowing what tasks to focus on (What is important and what can wait for a bit longer)
In order to get less stressed and more organized, I made some check-lists. Every day I know what to do in order to stay on top of my blog and not get snowed under by the workload. In today’s blog post I will show what my checklists and how to use them.