#9 Countries on my bucket list for the future

This year has been like for many no travel, no spontaneous adventures and no opportunities to meet new people. It’s been a year where I thought I haven’t really missed travelling, until last night. I found myself going through my memory cards for my camera and suddenly became nostalgic and missed all the memories I…

#8 This is Lebanon – 10 photos of my time in Beirut

All these photos I have chosen I have taken last year however I have thousands over the years all the way back from 2008 which I’ll share in future posts. Today marks one week on from the horrific blast in Beirut. Many people who haven’t been to Lebanon before will not realise just how beautiful…

#5 Netflix during lockdown! Top 5 (Based on true events)

Netflix during lockdown has been an escape for millions across the globe. Personally, I’ve never needed something more during these times. People can truly underestimate the power and importance the film industry has. It allows us to bring up emotions we have perhaps been hiding, picture ourselves in a new world, highlight important issues that…

#4 Moving to Kuwait? What to do on the weekend (Part 1)

3 years ago I was in the position many will be in now, a mixture of emotions but mostly filled with excitement. One of my biggest challenges when moving to Kuwait and even when arriving in Kuwait was not knowing what to do on the weekends. Kuwait is a small country in the Gulf that…

#3 Day 2: Do I have to be confident to be a teacher?

The simple answer to that is yes to some extent but not as much as you may think. I remember when I first accepted my teaching contract I thought ‘gosh I’m not particularly loud and very confident how will I feel in front of a class of children’. But actually that was the easy part….