29. A Portrait of Adelaide

Welcome to my mini Adelaide gallery. Here are some of my favourite shots and moments on my recent trip. It was difficult to choose a theme to focus on for this experience - solo traveling and loneliness; wayfinding, legibility and bus rapid transit; small towns, crystals and cappuccinos - the list goes on. I ultimately … Continue reading 29. A Portrait of Adelaide

25. Reasons to wash your fruit

So you’ve been feeling guilty, finally went to the store and bought some produce. Good on ya. Maybe you saw someone’s instagram post of their brunch overflowing with berries, or read up on the benefits of kale and swiss chard and caved. Either way, you’re sitting there scratching your head about how to eat all … Continue reading 25. Reasons to wash your fruit

23. à la ferme

Perks about farm work and living in the country: Fresh air Simple accommodation & simple lifestyle - the ultimate in minimalism and self care Stars 🌟 No sucking up to middle management $$$ Lots of time to think and reflect on things Close to everything in a ten minute drive, (if I had a car) … Continue reading 23. à la ferme

22. Tasmania

I’ll admit, in my previous post I did a little Australia bashing over the whole farm work thing. For this entry though, I want to focus on my recent trip to Tasmania and how much I loved the whole experience. There are so many things to see, do, and eat, I could definitely see myself … Continue reading 22. Tasmania

21. Old MacDonald

This whole ‘pick apples and we’ll give you another year’ scheme is nonsense. I want to stay another year in Australia, ergo I’m immediately inducted into a broken system that seems hellbent against reason. I have to complete 88 days of farm work. It can be fruit picking, fruit packing, mining (actual digging), construction, tree … Continue reading 21. Old MacDonald