Work Life Essentials- What’s in my bag?

My first year of self employment has taught me so many lessons, and it always amazes me that I could be working from a coffee shop in London one week and then from an air bnb in LA the next. Travelling in any form whether for work or for a holiday used to fill me with a sense of anxiety, but this fast paced unpredictable profession has taught me the art of being flexible, open minded, but most of all, to be prepared for anything that comes along.

One of the ways I’ve helped reduce any anxious feelings is to compartmentalise all the items that enable me to do my job into one place. This preparedness then enables me to capture the content I want to create wherever I am in the world.

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East Africa Travel Diaries | Serengeti Luxury Camping

After a demanding car journey from the Ngongoro Crater to the Serengeti National park, we arrived at Asanja Luxury Camp at around 10pm at night. The few days we spent at the camp were some of my favourite from the trip. It was the ultimate height of luxury in the middle of the Serengeti bush. Every game drive was filled with prides of lions, along with big five animal sightings. If someone asked me to go back tomorrow I most definitely would! 

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Sunday Favourites Holiday Edition

I’m currently writing this post from a small island just off mainland Greece; we’ve been here for the last six days enjoying the sunshine, blue seas and copious amounts of feta cheese. It’s actually Steve and I’s first proper beach holiday since our honeymoon, though we travel frequently, it’s not often we travel somewhere with the main intention to just relax and not create content. However, I have found myself getting that pang of ‘I should be doing something right now’ and then reminding myself that it’s ok to take time out once in a while.

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Thoughts from Paris

You guys may have figured out that Paris is one of my favourite places to visit. It feels so close to home and I love the fact you can jump on the Eurostar at Kings Cross and help yourself to an authentic croissant or two in just over two hours. On this trip, we somehow managed to time our visit with 37 degree heat! I thought I’d share some of the places we visited, as I feel like every time we stay, we get to know the city a little more. 

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A Lesson on Self Confidence in NYC

I’ve been sitting on this post for a while. We shot the images after a long day of exploring in New York and it was the last location we came to. The street was super busy and a lot of people were queuing for a photo opportunity in front of the wall. When it came to my turn I was fine, up until a stranger came up to me and made a comment about me posing by the wall.

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Exploring Wynwood Walls

Wynwood was by far my favourite place in Miami, it’s colourful walls and independent shop culture is what I love to find when I visit a new place. Steve and I visited on the hottest day of our trip, so we spent most of it ducking in and out of shops to catch some of the air conditioning! After discovering Zac’s colourful bakery we stumbled upon the Wynwood Walls, a collection of beautifully painted walls from artists from around the world.

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