Some of you may know (from my recent Instagram posts) that I’ve recently quit my day job at a creative agency. The decision was a long time coming (like it is for so many creatives and freelancers), but that didn’t make it any less terrifying. I learnt so much in 18 months at Plato Creative […]Read more "Why I Quit My Full-Time Job"
2016 was a memorable year in every sense of the word. I finally obtained New Zealand residency, contemplated my career, and accepted my dream job in what some would consider, a broken city. I grieved from afar, experienced displacement, and watched the world descend into absolute chaos as Donald Trump ran for and won the American […]Read more "Turbulent Times"
It’s crazy to think January is more than halfway over. I’ve been feeling a bit uninspired and homesick lately, like I’m stuck in limbo. I haven’t felt compelled to talk about it for fear of sounding ungrateful or as though I regret my decision to move overseas. Also, Nick has really found his groove in Christchurch; […]Read more "Where To Go From Here?"
December brings people together. Friends and family return home for the holidays, there are celebrations left, right, and centre, everyone allows themselves to indulge, (in the best possible way) and we all finally take a few days off from work. And on Tuesday, I turned twenty-five. Cue the panic attacks! I’ve always viewed this age […]Read more "On why I love December"
“If you’re twenty-five, physically fit, hungry to learn and be better, I urge you to travel – as far and wide as possible. Sleep on floors if you have to. Find out how other people live, eat, and cook. Learn from them wherever you go.” From a very young age, my parents instilled in me […]Read more "Travel Wishlist"
I’m sorry that I haven’t been active this week on the blog. I wasn’t feeling very motivated and didn’t want to write anything less than inspired. I know I’m prone to spitting out useless jargon and I’d like my blog to be more than a collection of my recent ruminations. I was able to re-focus […]Read more "Ramblings and Deliberations"