How racism & white privilege affects BIPOC travellers
Let me start this post by fully acknowledging my white privilege. As a mixed race girl who has grown up in a very white predominant area of the UK, I have lived a sheltered life in comparison to many. I
Angloville – an honest review of teaching abroad
I was invited by Angloville to attend their Romania teaching programme and cultural exchange to promote my experience, however, what I experience left me with nothing but cause for concern. The company's response to my formal complaint was to ignore me
Flexible working helped me escape domestic violence
Flexible working – two very simple words that can have a huge impact on your quality of life. I should know, if it wasn't for flexible working, I wouldn't be able to live the life that I do. Working remotely,
I survived domestic violence – you can too
*This domestic violence post is a collaboration with multiple organisations and comes with a trigger warning. For a long time, this was a post that was never going to be shared. One that would be forever banished to the bottom of
How to save money for travel – 10 ways to start today
One of the questions I get the most is "how to save money for travelling?" Before I went travelling, I too thought of travel as a once a year treat – something that was too expensive to enjoy more often.
Relationships: What’s it like to have a boyfriend at university?
NOTE: I originally wrote this post on what its really like to have a boyfriend at university around 5+ years ago. Fresh from university and part-way through a 9 year relationship. As so much time has passed, and this has