Travel as a Spiritual and Personal Development Tool

Travel as a Spiritual and Personal Development Tool

I am a huge advocate for using travel as a spiritual and personal development tool. This is easy for me to say, I have travelled around the world, lived in quite a few places and am a personal development nut. I have experienced personal and spiritual development from being settled at home, as well as far away. I can definitely say that travel will propel you much further forwards. If you are willing to take the plunge.


Nope, I didn’t manage to pull myself back with a few meditations. Instead I lie here now, ill and a little too far gone. Everything that has been happening has blasted through my emotions, mind and now reached the physical. I didn’t act quickly enough. This incoming realisation came about from a few things. I was speaking to my counsellor about being good at helping others, she disagreed. She said I clearly wasn’t good at it as

Just Slightly Left to the Edge

I’m here again. Going slightly off the rails, in a very controlled way. I’ve had a lot to think about lately. I never considered myself to have a mental health problem, because I don’t have a label. After a mental health workshop I realised that mental health is a topic as generic as physical health. We all have something to take care of. So rather my mental wellbeing is not great I guess. The gist is that

End of the Road for Facebook?

The last day I have been exploring the media around Facebook this year. I’ll be honest, I don’t quite understand what has been going on but some of the things I have read have disgruntled me a little. On the other hand I use Facebook quite cautiously and always have. I guess I came into the digital age at a time when these things were new and it was natural to question them. I recall receiving invitations