If you’re making the time and effort to track your budget, it’s probably fair to say you’re a pretty motivated person. Paying attention to your finances, setting goals for the future, and hustling for yourself takes some serious brainpower, and if you find yourself getting overwhelmed by the sheer amount of work to do, you’re not alone. I’ve spoken a lot on this blog about my fascination with minimalism. It’s… View Post

There’s been a mass of posts recently with the ‘idea’ that if millennials simply eat less avocado toast, we’ll be able to afford to buy houses quicker. I’m not going to link, because they’re a waste of time. Thankfully, the general consensus is that these articles are bullshit and written by entitled people who managed to buy their first house with the help of the Bank of Mum & Dad, but… View Post

As many of you know, I’ve been travelling Asia since the beginning of this year. Although Pete and I have successfully secured work to earn money on the road (certified Digital Nomads, don’t you know), travelling on a budget and finding budget accommodation is still one of our main priorities. I’m a firm believer in budget travel being one of the best ways to experience a new culture. Street food,… View Post

Something you might not know about me: one of my biggest passions is rock climbing. In fact, one of the biggest reasons Pete and I decided to become digital nomads is because we wanted lifestyle where we can climb wherever and whenever we want. Anyone who has gotten into climbing will know that it’s a sport that encapsulates your entire life – evenings are about training, weekends are about getting… View Post

An ad popped up on my Facebook feed this week. There was some shirtless, tanned dude standing in front of a trendy camper-van on the beach (the girl above’s boyfriend, if you will), looking as carefree as you can get. The ad was an invitation to join a society looking for freedom. An escape from the 9-5. It offered an alternative form of living that allows us to shape the… View Post