I always though that life at twenty five would be pretty sorted. That everything would have fallen into place and life would be sweet. Of course, as I’ve got older, I’ve realised that life isn’t like that, at any point, and yet still, there’s this feeling that something hasn’t fallen into place somewhere, that something went wrong, that I went wrong -somewhere, somehow.
When I began setting up this blog, I started googling and searching for lifestyle, outdoors, travel, and surf blogs. I was amazed by the number of links that came up – lining up all these blogs to read, and spent hours reading inspiring posts and interviews written by these utterly inspiring women. Each blog lead me to click through to more – and I soon discovered that there was one thing in common with all these blogs – they were all utterly inspiring and run by women who had decided to go out and do what they wanted to do. Do what I wanted to do. They were living lives that I wanted to. So, I thought, in the spirit of doing things, what better than ask them for interviews and feature them here.
It’s probably not a secret or surprise to most people that I’ve been really missing the structure and interaction of university and studying.
My generation talks a lot about dreams, about pursuing things we love, doing what we love every day, and making it happen.
I want to live my life in a wetsuit,
I’ve been writing a lot of short stories recently, and thought I’d start sharing some of them here. This is inspired by my all time favourite novel, Rebecca – a fan fiction of some sorts I suppose, looking into the future.
Sometimes, waiting for people to get their act together or agree to do something isn’t worth it. You just have to make it happen yourself – and go for it alone. Sure, that isn’t always an option, but sometimes, it’s the best thing in the world.
This is a new beginning – another new beginning.