Travel Nostalgia

Sometimes, when I close my eyes, I can still see myself walking uphill, leaving the Sunset District in San Francisco, on a warm November morning after a walk on Ocean Beach. That was my very last day of my two-month USA solo trip, before going back to post-graduation job hunting. Fast forward almost five years … More Travel Nostalgia


Why dancing is great for you: interview with dancer and dance therapist Elisa Pittella

You all know I’ve been banging on about the physical and mental benefits of dancing, but I’ve been talking about my own experience – and that could just be me being crazy. So I spoke to Elisa Pittella, dancer, instructor and dance movement therapy facilitator (and also a documentary style family photographer) to give you a … More Why dancing is great for you: interview with dancer and dance therapist Elisa Pittella

Melbourne: Richmond and St Kilda

More residential and similar to Sydney, Richmond and St. Kilda are healthy eating hubs but still incredibly fun. Here are my favourite spots on this side of Melbourne. EAT The Kettle Black Probably Melbourne’s most popular café, The Kettle Black is a stunning space situated under a modern art high rise building and is ironically … More Melbourne: Richmond and St Kilda

Melbourne CBD

Disclaimer: you might notice that the best restaurants listed here tend to be Asian fusion – that’s because that’s Melbourne at its best, experimenting with all the different flows of immigration and turning people’s histories into creative approaches to food. Here are my fav CBD spots. EAT Gingerboy  Asian fusion fun type bar near Chinatown … More Melbourne CBD

Melbourne: Fitzroy & Collingwood

As I mentioned in my previous post, I ended up booking the best Airbnb in the best location ever. Hip, weird, close to the main city area but special in its own kind, here’s what to do in Fitzroy, Melbourne’s part Brooklyn, part Shoreditch neighbourhood. BREAKFAST Proud Mary’s  Melbourne is a mecca for coffee lovers … More Melbourne: Fitzroy & Collingwood

Musings about solo travel in Melbourne

Many writers have talked about the power of travelling solo and I’m not sure reading one more post about it will change your life. But what are personal blogs and social media if not an excuse to overshare in a kinda socially acceptable way? So here’s what this post is about actually. Fuck social media … More Musings about solo travel in Melbourne

One Week on Eat Fit Food

As a cheat day binge eater always trying to shed a few kilos, I am guilty of trying too many diets, too many solutions and too many new things that promise to keep me healthy. When I heard of Eat Fit Food, a nutritionist-approved plan of healthy meals that promises to still taste yummy, I couldn’t … More One Week on Eat Fit Food

My 2017 Travel Bucket List

It might be time for New Year resolutions, but I won’t be writing mine here – then I would have the Internet (and everyone who reads this blog aside from my mum) to apologise to when I stop keeping them. What I will write here however is a travel bucket list, in the hope that … More My 2017 Travel Bucket List