Road tripping Greek style

For such a seemingly small country, the stories emerging from Greece are so dramatic in their richness, so emblazoned in history and larger than life. If you start with Zeus and end with the tiny fishing villages on the peninsula, then this heroic little country is simply a Masterpiece to travel through. Thank you to Mysterious Greece,... Continue Reading →

The glass half full

Somewhere in our early forties, we start to realise how fragile life is. It comes in the form of slow mornings, mood and energy swings and taking that little bit longer to bounce back. The days require more of us than they used to and there are some moments when we need a personal pep... Continue Reading →

6 secluded beaches of Sydney

If you’re looking for an escape from the crowds and a quiet spot to unroll the picnic blanket, here’s our guide to some of Sydney’s most secluded city beaches.

What makes travel so good for you?

There’s something magical about travelling, doors open, we see with fresh eyes, a kind of alchemy happens; we become immersed in new and interesting experiences and learn about ourselves while understanding others, pushing new boundaries that change who we are. Here are our top 5 reasons we think adventure and travel is such good food... Continue Reading →

The bliss of Byron Bay

Friday night in Byron was full of the holiday crowd weaving in an out of cafes as the rain started to fall. A solo guitarist sitting on wooden milk crates flung into a Spanish number and a small circle gathered around clapping along, not so much to his singing, but more for the slightly out-of-it... Continue Reading →

Revive your spirit on Fitzroy Island

Sometimes I wonder how to describe the Aussie culture. And yet here in the top end, if you asked a local I reckon they'd say simply “this is it." It's where you wouldn't pack more than swimmers and a few loose t-shirts, where you'd sit in a bush clearing on plastic chairs having lunch and... Continue Reading →

Happy New Everything!

I wonder how helpful it is to have someone read your tarot cards or your astrological chart and tell you, in a tone of foreboding, that the year ahead brings with it some challenges. That's not really what I was hoping for, something more along the lines of good tidings and general cheeriness would have... Continue Reading →

Urban canvas

The suburban labyrinth of railways everywhere have always been canvas for graffiti. Especially the tunnels, with their spray-painted scribble quickly scratched before the train speeds through. Half scrawled words of political persuasion waking up early morning commuters and sending a message to the people. A risky endeavour, but worth it for those bent on expression.... Continue Reading →

The upside of hippie

I've just walked out of my first interview in 5 years. I think it went well. Maybe it went a bit too well. Maybe I'll get the job. Sitting back in a brightly lit interview room, hoping that scattering some well-timed corporate lingo into the conversation will be enough to distract them from my corporate... Continue Reading →

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