Last week I shared a post that I was shit scared to publish * I was afraid! * Afraid what people would think, afraid what people would say, afraid that people would feel sorry for me * The funny thing about fears though are, they’re mostly in your head and they’re unfounded * What I discovered by facing my fear of being completely open and honest about my struggles was the exact opposite * The kind words, the encouragement and the support were amazing * It showed me that being authentic and real was welcomed, it was relatable and it made me feel like I was not alone * It felt so freeing to let all of that out and I felt so energised by YOU, for allowing me to be so open * That’s the funny thing about fears. They’re mostly in our heads and they’re unfounded! * It reminds me of the feeling I had 12 months ago standing on the edge of a 40ft waterfall in the Philippines and being afraid to jump * I didn’t want to leave there wondering what if or kicking myself for not giving it a go, but I was afraid! * I jumped anyway! * As the water swirled around my head and I kicked myself toward the surface of the water for a breath, the most exhilarating feeling of freedom coursed through me * Fears come in many shapes and sizes and for many different reasons, but it’s so amazing to face them and realise you were worrying for NO reason at all * I’d love to hear how you felt after you faced a fear? * 📸 me and my tripod
Just took this picture out of the nasty window in. Should I dare say it out loud in steerage for my annual flight with my subjects. This 45 min flight can not be over fast enough. Nasty American airlines plane she needs to be deep cleaned.
Warsaw is full of green spaces and parks, so if the city gets a little bit overwhelming, one can always find some piece and quiet here 🌿 Some parks pride themselves in beautiful floral displays too 🌺 Feels like this city is bursting with colour 🌈
Backpacking princess found her castle 🏰🎠✨ I’ve been asked a heap about how much I’d recommend to budget for travelling to Budapest so I thought I would break it down ♥️ BUDAPEST DAILY BUDGET ACCOM - £12 -£20 (I recommend @vitaehostel or @grandiopartyhostel or @retoxpartyhostel ) FOOD - £10 - £20 (a cheap lunch out costs around 2,000 HUF (£5)) ACTIVITIES - £20 (A boat party is a must) 🥂 DRINKS - you can buy a bottle of wine for less than £2 🤷🏻♀️🍷 TOTAL - £40-£50 including accom is a great amount to enjoy Budapest for all it’s got to offer 🚀✨