Day 4: Let’s Give Ourselves Credit For Our Ability To Adapt

Today marked the end of the first week of my whole company working remotely. Initially it felt like it would be a big upheaval but the reality was quite different.

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2020: The Year Of The Comeback

On doing what you love. And why it’s not always finding time that’s the challenge.

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Reflections On Canberra: A Home That Changed My Life

I still have more to say about my recent travels through Central America. Although as always at this time of year, I find myself reflecting on the three years I spent in Australia.

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A Thank You To The European Union

I don’t want to talk about Brexit. Instead, I want to tell the story of my personal relationship with the European Union.

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The Long Way Home: A Final Destination?

“One never reaches home, but wherever friendly paths intersect the whole world looks like home for a time.” ~ Hermann Hesse

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A Reminder To Seize The Day

I like a plan. In fact, I thrive on putting a plan together. I plan trip itineraries, budgets and social events. Even my day job centres around a plan, priorities and impending future deadlines.

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Embracing 30 In My Top Travel Moments

At the beginning of Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood, a voice breaks through the silence: “Time passes. Listen. Time passes”. Such a clever line, if acted properly, really does make time stand still.

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