They say that when you’re tired of London, you’re tired of life.
Well, after 4 years I am sad to say I am tired of London. But as for life? Well, I’m just getting started.
Today I embark on a truly massive new chapter. I have packed up my home, sold all of my belongings and left behind the best job in the travel industry to travel the world in search of new adventures. This is some scary shit, and it’s not for everyone, but ever since I wrote about the conundrum of ‘buying a house vs travelling‘, I have always secretly known which camp I’d end up in.
I want to feel excitement on an unprecedented scale. To treat each and every day as an opportunity to find out how others live, to try new things and to challenge myself. When you love something so much, it completely consumes you, and you will do anything to make it work. My passion has always been travel, which has led me to work in the travel industry for most of my life, go travelling around the world before, and now I’m packing my backpack again in search of something sensational.
And I’d love for you to come along with me.
This blog has always been my little corner of the internet where I can be silly and share my stories with the world, but I want it to be seriously useful as well as just being entertaining. I want to spread the word that no matter where you are, and what your situation, there is an adventure to discover.
“Life is not meant to be lived half-assed.”
I have some really exciting ideas for the blog, and all will be revealed soon, so in the meantime why not subscribe to my monthly email newsletter below to get the latest? I promise you practical advice on how to become more adventurous, some light entertainment (so you can still laugh at me) and a few surprises along the way.
India will be my 50th country, and obviously I’ll be writing about my experiences there, but having more time will allow me to write about some of the other fabulous places I’ve been lucky enough to visit previously. It’s going to be an exciting time for the blog!
I’ll also be writing about the realities of travel (how long will it really take to get from A to B, and how much will it cost?), as well as giving details of how I manage to support this lifestyle (if you missed it, find out how I saved over £10,000 in 2 years), with the hope of inspiring others to do the same.
The world is getting smaller. Technology means we do not need to live in just one place, and we are free to move and learn as we go. Join me on my journey, and I promise you, you won’t be disappointed.