newstoryI’ve been having trouble blogging for you friends, seeing as I don’t know what I want my blog to develop into. I’m at a ‘back to the drawing-board’ phase. Festering and fishing for a new niche. Work and school have been overwhelming my days and paused my writing.

So my friends, that is what my niche will be. We’re all asking ourselves the fundamental questions of life..and I’ll be sharing mine aloud through writing and painting. Travelling has taught me so much about free expression and genuineness and I’m inspired to fill pages in my own little place here on the internet. I think it’s a shame we’ve become so quick and interested in the pictures rather than take the time to read the content but for those of you like-minded, hi.

Work and Travel

Finally! Here is my GoPro film of backpacking in Australia. It took some time, and there’s a lot of places I regrettably didn’t film, but I’m really thankful to have memories like these! Watch kindly in HD for full OZ effect. If anyone wants to follow my full journey you can click on over here. Any questions about my trip? Ask away!

“Being tender and open is beautiful. As a woman, I feel continually shhh’ed. Too sensitive, too mushy, too wishy washy. Blah blah. Don’t let someone steal your tenderness. Don’t allow the coldness and fear of others to tarnish your perfectly vulnerable beating heart. Nothing is more powerful than allowing yourself to be truly affected by things.” -Zooey Deschanel.

This is a very personal post and a fundamental understatement of the century. I’m sensitive and I’m unashamed of that. I recognise it now as a gift, a strength and a power. To process something deeply and intuitively make an understanding of the world has always been advantageous benefits.  To be sensitive is something scientifically geared through evolution to select for it, not against it, which is seen in all species from fruit flies to primates. Behind every leader, we stand. In front of every humane act, we stand.
opennessBeing sensitive does not reflect only women and reflection itself does not always mean ‘slow decision makers’ ’emotionally incompetent’. In fact, through experiences we make better judgements, process faster, and have increasing memory due to emotional attachments. We are critical thinkers without having a critical heart. Losing faith in humanity, they say. In my opinion, that is to ‘shhh’ and oppress the sensitive ones.

cpubedThe thing about coding is that one minute you’re convinced you’re a pro, the next you’re in tears and cursing profusely. I’ve been setting aside some time hand-writing WordPress Themes and also expanding my knowledge within the coding area. I have some i’s to dot and cherries to place on top of a (hypothetical) cake before I’m finished, but I wanted to share some very handy insiders..

  • To begin with, a tutorial on creating themes is essential. I present you with 60 of them.
  • Brackets is a free program that allows you to code and see your creations in live time whilst incorporating photoshop efficiently into it’s editing. This program is gold. Your welcome.
  • Be original! Putting extra thought into an innovative theme is worth the while..($$$)
  • Canva is a gorgeous little helper in designing graphics for your theme if your skills are lacking in the Photoshop department.
  • Chai tea, because chai tea.
  • You know more than you think. Many times I’ve been guessing my way around what seems logical and more times than not, it works!
  • Listen to this playlist when you’re making your masterpiece.
  • If you want more of my help, don’t hesitate to comment! All of my themes will be up soon.

Processed with VSCOcam with t1 presetI preach and live for warmth and it’s temporarily unavailable in my town. The sun is there..but he’s a bit shy. For now wool socks and mittens are a good idea. Spring is time of new endeavours and I’m presented with a few choices & desires, one of which is an acceptance to a program I’m excited to begin in April! I’m also mentally preparing to take on a proper canvas and expand my art this spring. Perhaps also recover my health that was absolutely ruined in Australia. What are your plans?

Finally grounded, unwinded, and home. Australia is modestly the greatest adventure I’ve ever known. I’ve met heaps of beautiful influential people and grown wiser and more ambitious. I’m looking at all my new things I’ve carried home with me and feel so unfailingly lucky at how grand my adventure turned out to be. You can see it all from the beginning here.  No worries though, I’ll already be planning my next adventure..

“I am not the same, having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.” – Mary Anne Radmacher


Yesterday, we voyaged out to Katoomba where the stunning Blue Mountains rested. They lay in a mist of blue Eucalyptus, which by the Aboriginals were considered blessed and naturally, beautiful. We hiked all through the mountains, the Leura Cascades, and swam in lushes waterfalls. The day was absolutely perfect.



blue5The wildlife and tempered spring-water forest felt as though walking through Avatar. Every corner led to a majestic sight. Pools of red clay formed in the underbelly of the mountains and extravagant birds roamed peacefully in the bush.



We wanted to end our hike with the majestic “Three Sisters” and at this point it had started to rain. Yet with our unfailing luck, it only lasted a couple of minutes and mother nature did us good with a grand finale of a rainbow soaring just above them!