In 2016 I discovered an absolute love of all things adventure and conservation. It led me to experiences that reset my values and made me a better person. I wanted to share that with others so I set up this blog and founded the female adventure community Love Her Wild.
I am now living a nomadic existence working on these projects full time. You might be interested in checking out these blogs – how I afford to travel the world and how I make a living as an adventurer!
One thing you really must know about me….I am quite Ordinary! I’m not sporty, wealthy or tough. I was born in Basingstoke, a town nicknamed ‘the concrete jungle’ to a very un-outdoorsy family. I struggled in school – too clumsy for sport, too dyslexic for grades and too different for popularity. There are always plenty of mistakes and tears in my journeys and I often feel very different than others doing what I do – but I hope my honest approach shows that adventure really is for everyone!
If you want to know more about me, head to About Me or find out what I’ve got coming up with plans for 2018. If you are wondering how I do all this (adventuring, blogging, full-time travel) check out the Advice page. You can follow my journeys on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The Pacific Coast Bicycle route spans from Vancouver in Canada to the Mexican Border. The route was put together by the Adventure Cyclist Association and is a total of 1,848miles passing through 3 US States. Most cyclists take between 4-10 weeks to complete the entire...read more
I recently watched the ITV documentary 'Our Everest Challenge' narrated by adventurer Ben Fogle and it left me with a bit of a bad taste in my mouth. I tried to ignore my initial groans and judgements - oh great another white rich boy climbing Everest - but the end...read more
Kicking the States has been the biggest adventure of my life. It will take a while for it to sink in but for now I just have a warm satisfying feeling in my belly and a head full of fond memories....we did it! It's been a big chapter. Of course with the closure of a...read more