Welcome to the blogAll the places, spaces and stuff we see and do.
Some days as a content creator you get to make really easy decisions and other days you get to make some truly shitty, awful and difficult decisions. Over the weekend I made a tough decision to stop producing my world famous Best Female Travel Bloggers list
Travel mistakes – we all make them. Here are the top 3 travel mistakes I’ve made and you can easily avoid.
One small step for a blog, one giant step for a travel blogger – are we settling down in one spot for good?
Harrietville is a sub-alpine village located in the picturesque Ovens Valley, Victoria. A hidden gem in the wonder of regional Victoria. This town is a literal breath of fresh air to revitalise the soul.
A super simple and cost effective way to get those treasured memories printed and ready to hang up on the wall or sent off to the Grandparents so that they can brag to their friends.
It’s easy to get lost in all the deliciousness on offer across Austria. Here a few of the sweet treats not to be missed. You can thank me later!
Only an hour away from Melbourne, this region has a lot of hidden foodie delights. Here’s an insiders guide to 3 tops spots you need to visit.
Breaking free from creative burnout. Because ya know 2020 has been such a wonderful year for an Australian based blogger.
Japan is the land of kawaii food and there’s so much to see and eat. It can be hard to choose just one, so here’s my top four for you to enjoy on your next visit to Japan.
20 amazing female travel bloggers that you need to know right now. Stop whatever it is that you are doing to check out these superwomen!
The sweetest secrets from Shizuoka, Japan. An under rated area that is just bursting with adventures, delicious food and some stunning scenery.
A simple, practical guide to travelling in Australia and supporting bush fire affected communities. Pack the car, grab your empty esky and go on an epic adventure.
A lot of communities in Australia are relying on you to visit and spend. Every dollar helps Australia recover from these devastating bush fires. Where is safe to go to?
I’ve pledged all Traveling Honeybird funds for December and January to support those affected by the Australian Bush Fire disasters. This article shows you were the money is going and how much is being sent to those who really need it. As well as telling you how you can help out.
2019 was certainly an interesting year for me. One female blogger’s tale of the year that was 2019 – the highs, the lows, the broken laptop and missing underwear.