Two books and a holiday on a remote island have inspired me to think about human connection and made me realise that the secret to feeling connected might be as simple as it is challenging.Read More
What do you do when you're 34 and almost everyone around you is getting married, starting families, buying houses and trying to get ahead in their careers, and somehow it’s just not what you want from life? Well, in my case, you move into your campervan and cruise around New Zealand to surf, kitesurf, read and write - and maybe find some answers along the way.
Since I’ve started to live and travel full-time in my campervan, my life has changed completely. I meet different people, I visit new places, and I have a lot more time and freedom. All of this has taught me something about regret.Read More
I knew Pete would be someone with a colourful life story even before we had met. The second I turned the corner on his steep gravel driveway and saw his not exactly ordinary home, I knew this would be someone with stories to tell.Read More
For the second story in my ‘Different People’ series, I met with Julia who lives in her motorhome and works as a carer for sick and elderly people around New Zealand. Her’s is a story that proves it’s never to late to make big changes in your life, to reinvent yourself and to live YOUR life.Read More
This is the first in a series of stories about people who are doing life differently.
Mike is an activist and politician who lives off-the-grid in the Far North of New Zealand. Read his story and learn about the lessons he’s learnt and the advice he would give others.Read More
Ever since I started living in my campervan, countless people have asked me how much does it cost to live on the road in New Zealand. So I decided to set up an online survey and find out what the average person living this way spends. Here is what I learnt.Read More
Learning to surf is hard. But one thing that makes it a bit easier and a lot more fun are the incredible supportive surfer girls I've been meeting all over New Zealand and online in the past few months.
This one is for all of them...Read More
I'm 33, single and happy! I'm a solo-traveller amongst couples. I'm 'Just Me!' And I'm starting to realize just how rare that is.
Have you ever wondered why it is that most people seem to find their 'Life Partner' in their late 20s or early 30s? It can't be a coincident that the majority of people find The One at that time in their life. I think there is more to it. And there's a reason why some of us don't follow suit.Read More