3 THINGS I LOVED THE MOST ABOUT SOLO BACKPACKING

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I have been away from my blog for a very long time and I have missed it so much. But I have a very good reason... I promise! In June, I left home on the biggest adventure of my life, backpacking in South East Asia for 4 months - with 2 of those months travelling completely solo. It was one of the most challenging, scary and emotional times ever, but overall it was an incredibly positive experience. Today I wanted to share some of the things that I loved the most about this time on my own.



THE 'LOST' YEAR - POST UNI BLUES

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Today I wanted to write about something which has affected me quite a lot in the last nine months. As some of you may know, I graduated from university in 2018 and have now been out of full-time education since last June, but I still don't feel like it has fully sunk in that that part of my life is over.



4 DAYS IN LISBON

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I am so excited that I am finally getting round to writing my travel post about Lisbon. To say I fell in love with this city would be an understatement. I was completely blown away by so many parts of it and I had such a wonderful time. It is the first place that I have ever travelled alone, and I couldn't have wished for it to go any better. I'll be writing a separate post about my experience of travelling solo, but today I wanted to tell you guys all about my favourite parts of this city.


3 THINGS TO REMEMBER ON #INTERNTIONALWOMENSDAY

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Happy International Women's Day 2019! I am absolutely in love with today, and particularly with how positive and uplifting my social feeds are. Every story, post and picture are filled with positive quotes and women unapologetically loving, respecting and praising each other. It's purely magical.




HOW I BOOK CHEAP EUROPEAN CITY BREAKS

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It feels like everyone and their mother has the new years resolution to travel more, which I am all for. I think that travelling and experiences new places, people, food and cultures are not only one of the most fun ways to spend your free time, but really helps you grow as a person and realise that there is so much going on in the world outside the bubble of your own life. I have been at university for the past 3 years, so money has been more tight that it would have been if I had been working full time, but my love for going to new places was still very much at the forefront of my mind. 

So whilst I was at university, I focussed on exploring European cities on a budget. I have managed to go all over the place in the past few years spending less than £250 for flight and hotel each time and less than £200 whilst I'm out there. I realised that a lot of people might not realise how easy it is to go on holiday and travel on the cheap, so today's blog post are some of my tips for getting that bargain holibobs booked and kick start achieving your travel goals for 2019!



4 DAYS IN DUBLIN

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I'm back today with another travel post from a recent city break I have gone on. This time, it's Dublin. For a couple of years now, I have been desperate to go to Dublin and so I decided for my 22nd birthday which was in November, I would round up my family and fly over to celebrate my birthday Irish style.

Keep reading to hear the best bits of my trip to Dublin!



2019 TRAVEL GOALS

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It's the beginning of a new year and this is set to be a big one for me. As some of you may know, I finished university midway through 2018, and since then I have been working hard and saving up to go travelling. This has been my dream for several years now and I am so excited that it is finally happening.

Today I thought I would write about the travel plans I have for 2019 and maybe inspire you to help with your 2019 travel goals.