It’s the earliest hours of the morning, and I’m laid on the floor of a concrete shed halfway up a volcano in Costa Rica, waiting to be murdered.
Why I’m Giving Away My Story Course For Free*
Fancy a scholarship in travel storytelling, including entry to a $160 course, all for free? Read on.
Home Is What’s Left Of You
There are squatters at my mother’s house.
I’d Rather Shiver, Thanks: A Love Letter To The Cold
I quietly close the door behind me, blocking out the sounds of a successful dinner-party, and take a few deep breaths. There’s the promise of rain in the air – not the cloying, drippy kind of rain Costa Ricans call “cat’s hair”, but proper rain, the kind that dances above car roofs and tears branches off trees. The temperature’s dropping … Read More
I Am The Real “52 Places” Writer And This Is My Home
This is a story of professional betrayal. I hope it opens your eyes. It certainly did mine.
The Road Back: The Books (And Other Resources) That Will Help Me Nail 2018
This is a post about a bunch of useful books, and how I’m using them this year.
Some Weird Advice For New Bloggers (As I Launch My Next Weird Thing)
So, I’m launching a brand new thing – and I want to talk about why new bloggers launching things is really important, and why I’d love to see much more of it. But first – the thing.
How To Sleep Outside Without Being Murdered Or Laughed At
I’m going to presume that you know what a bivvy bag is and why it’s so fun to use. If you don’t, click that link in the previous sentence. Thanks.