How to live in Bali for $50 (CAD) per day

A year ago if someone had told me that it was possible to live in Bali, the “island of the Gods”, for a fraction of what it costs to live in Western society, I would have thought they were crazy…. or perhaps drunk. … More How to live in Bali for $50 (CAD) per day

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Consumerism: How long-term travel has changed my life

I used to think that it was essential to have a closet full of clothes. To have winter clothes, summer clothes, spring and fall clothes. To have boots, running shoes, high heels, flats and sandals (and in multiple varieties and colours of course). I moved into a house with a huge walk-in closet and proceeded to fill it up with all of these essential clothing items. … More Consumerism: How long-term travel has changed my life

Travel Scams: How to Avoid the Currency Exchange Scam in Bali

When I counted the money back at my guest house I was missing 1,000,000 rupiah. Nearly HALF of what I was supposed to have. I was DEVASTATED!!! To put it into perspective, that amount of money pays for a roof over my head for nearly two weeks. I really couldn’t afford to lose it. … More Travel Scams: How to Avoid the Currency Exchange Scam in Bali

The truth behind the not-so-glamorous life of a travelling yoga teacher

I would like to preface this post by saying that I am by NO MEANS complaining about my life, or the path that I am on. I am simply trying to be honest and provide a little bit of education to anyone who may be considering a drastic change to their lifestyle by becoming a travelling yoga teacher. … More The truth behind the not-so-glamorous life of a travelling yoga teacher

Bits and bobs

And apparently I became British? Really just no idea what else to call this post because it is SO COMPLETELY RANDOM. Might have something to do with the fact that it’s 5:30am and I’ve been up for three hours listening to a cat crying outside my door. … More Bits and bobs