The idea of travelling solo strikes fear into the hearts and minds of many. This is understandable, especially if you haven’t travelled much before, but it’s important to remember there are plenty of positives to going it alone.
Freedom, flexibility, and the chance to conquer whatever’s been holding you back are just some of the benefits — take the plunge and you’ll soon discover how independent and resourceful you can really be. The first time I did it was in Montreal, and you can find out why I think it is the perfect place for travelling solo here.
But for now, here are five reasons why travelling solo is so rewarding…
Last week I got the last piece of furniture for my not-so-new flat: a coffee table. However as I looked around my flat I was still struggling for wall art ideas.
It takes a long time to put a place together from scratch when you buy or rent somewhere unfurnished and now, almost eight months after moving in, the walls in every single room remain bare.
High fibre diets are good for you in many ways, but do you know what they are?
Find out five reasons why high fibre diets are good for your body, skin and energy levels…
Without good Twitter retweet accounts, tweeting can sometimes feel like talking to a brick wall, with nobody liking or retweeting you. This can be so frustrating, especially when you’re trying to promote your blog – which you probably work really hard on.
Photo by John Schnobrich
I had almost given up before I discovered Twitter retweet accounts and so below I have listed the top 25 I use to try and reach more people.
Whether pre-menstrual or presently-menstrual, we’re all prone to trying to eat away our period pain. Little do most women know, this is scientifically doable (unfortunately not with chocolate).
Photo by Matthew Henry