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Who Inspired Me to Travel and See the World 

For as long as I remember, I’ve known that this heart of mine was meant to see this world. I love my hometown in  Scotland but it was just never enough, I knew there was more out there and I wanted to see it with my own eyes. As a youngster I was fortunate to… Continue reading Who Inspired Me to Travel and See the World 

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10 Things I Learned from my First Year Teaching Abroad

As I sit on the Plane, ready to head home for a short holiday, after my first year teaching abroad, I thought now would be a nice time to reflect on what I’ve learned and gained from this experience!   1. Courage  There is genuinely nothing more terrifying and equally overwhelming, as leaving your home,… Continue reading 10 Things I Learned from my First Year Teaching Abroad

Africa · Europe · Food · Hotels · Sightseeing · Teaching

10 Things You Learn From Moving Abroad

Moving abroad is without a doubt the most amazing, yet most terrifying thing I’ve ever done! Amazing because it has made me more independent , confident and opened my eyes and my mind to new things. Terrifying because I was squeezing my life into a tiny suitcase and hoping it would work out. For me my life turned in to a journey filled… Continue reading 10 Things You Learn From Moving Abroad

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The Build Up To Christmas in Milan

  2 more sleeps till I go home to Scotland to spend Christmas and New Year with my amazing family who I haven’t seen for 4 months! I really thought I would find it strange not being home for the lead up to Christmas. But I was wrong … As with everything, Milan have to do it… Continue reading The Build Up To Christmas in Milan

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From Glasgow to Milano…

I used to spend hours on social media enviously trawling through an endless amount of travel accounts, people ‘living the dream’, exploring the world, getting lost in a new City or sipping a Pina Colada on a white, sandy beach… Whilst I was stuck in cold, dreary, wet Glasgow feeling sorry for myself. As a… Continue reading From Glasgow to Milano…