Posts tagged Travel
Advice for Travel Related Anxiety

Travelling with Anxiety is HARD. Between planning everything to the last detail and assuming the worst if anything changes, it can be exhausting AF. I’ve had my fair share of solo trips as well as my period of long term travel so it’s about time I shared some advice for minimising anxiety when it comes to travelling.

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Nearly Losing a Toe in Africa

OK so some people will say that title is exaggerated but they don’t know. It was Day 32 on our Africa Tour and we were on the truck making our way to the Otjitotongwe Cheetah Park (try saying that fast!). Our truck was called “Ben” and he had been quite reliable until he took a few days off in Livingstone. The door to the back of the truck had a lock on it one day but not the next.

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Advice for Anxious Digital Nomads

Obviously, I'm an Anxious Digital Nomad. It goes without saying but if the thought of living a life with constant travel, uncertainty, flexibility and spontaneity scares you a little, you're not alone. Since I decided to travel full time, my mind has been flip flopping between extreme elation (OMG I'm going on a never-ending holiday how fucking cool is that) to the familiar state of extreme panic…

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Plan the Perfect Weekend in Aberdeen, Scotland

Scott and I have become somewhat specialists of planning the perfect weekend stays in Aberdeen. Since Scott lived 30 miles north of Aberdeen and I lived 30 miles south, it quickly became our half way meeting point for spending time with each other. We both had full time jobs in the city center too so the majority of our time was spent living the city life.

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Beat Hostel Anxiety When Travelling

If you’re like me, the thought of staying in a hostel is slightly terrifying. It might seem like a really insignificant thing for some people – head off on your travels, save a bit of money by booking a hostel, meet a few people, have a few nights out and chill. To me, it’s an opportunity for my anxiety to convince me that everything that can go wrong, will go wrong.

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Windsor Castle Whirlwind Tour

I had been working in London for a few weeks before I started to feel guilty that I hadn’t seen many of the big sights or surroundings. I was too busy commuting, spending my time in the museums and dancing until the early hours in G.A.Y Late Nightclub! When my pal said he was going to be in London and asked if I wanted to go see Windsor Castle, I jumped at the chance.

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