Metaphysics

Inspiring Others

This week I want to share with you how I got into Louise Hay’s work and she inspired me to believe ‘I can do it!!’ She’s an amazing woman and looks great and recently celebrated her 90th birthday. I’m so grateful for finding her work and love sharing it worldwide as I go on my travels. So how did I get into her work? I came across

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Metaphysics

Wise Words From A Buddhist Monk

This week is about managing your time effectively, we feel we have so much to do and not enough hours in the day….sound familiar? One of the main things I’ve learnt about becoming a female entrepreneur is making time for myself. It’s taken me a while to realise that it’s about working smarter and not working harder and the ‘ME’ time is so important to give

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Caught The Travel Bug!!

I hope you’ve enjoyed my recent blogs travelling around South East Asia. So when did it all begin? You wouldn’t have thought that this shy little Welsh girl who grew up on a farm in Wales would have ended up travelling the world!! It all started after  i’d just turned 18 and in the summer of 1991 I was waiting for my A level results with my

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Loving Island Life!!

Laos has definitely surprised me and there’s me thinking i’d be spending just a week here to pass through to get back to Thailand but it’s an amazing country with lots to see and do. My journey continues south in Laos and the first stop is a town called Pakse and in all honesty it was a base for a couple of days but nothing

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Land Of A Million Elephants

Vietnam had been fantastic and now it was time to prepare for my 22 bus journey to Laos but at least it was a sleeper bus so hopefully will arrive feeling rested. I left Hanoi in Vietnam at 5pm and we got taken in a mini bus to meet the sleeper bus. The bus was a recliner seat but nevertheless very comfortable and i’d stocked up on

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All Aboard For Halong Bay !!

As I continue my journey north to Hanoi I was in love with Vietnam and definitely a place I could spend a lot longer. I love travelling by train and even though it’s a bit more expensive than the bus I feel it’s more comfortable and you see a lot more. The train line in Vietnam is called the ‘Reunification Express’ as it resumed service

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Spirit Of The Mountains

Iv’e always loved the sunshine but the weather is Vietnam is very hot at the moment so it was nice to escape the heat for a while to the cooler climates of the mountains in Dalat. Unfortunately there is no train up to the mountains but a very scenic bus trip and 4 hours later I arrived. Dalat is referred to as the honeymoon capital

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Travel Adventures

Let The Train Take The Strain

Arriving in Ho Chi Minh city was a bit of a shock after a quiet night in the homestay in the village. I stayed in District 1 which is the backpacker area which has a great buzz full of bars trying to entice you in with happy hour and restaurants for Vietnamese food. I loved the buzz for a few days with the madness of

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Travel Adventures

Adventures Through The Mekong Delta

I spent 3 amazing weeks travelling around Cambodia so now it was time to head to Vietnam. I decided I wanted to travel by boat down the Mekong river and then stumbled upon a 2 night/3 day tour which sounded like a great deal. I’m not usually a fan of tours and always sceptical there’ll be some hidden extras but this time I worked out

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Travel Adventures

Live Like A Cambodian !!

It was time for me to leave Siem Reap and travel by bus to the French colonial town of Battambang where  was picked up by a tuk tuk and taken to the village to stay in a homestay. The family were so welcoming and showed me to my room that would be my home for the next couple of days It was a fantastic wooden

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