Adventure Wrap up: 2018

I took 27 flights during 2018. That is a sentence I didn’t think I would ever be able to write, I genuinely never thought I would have the opportunity to explore so much of this beautiful planet, let alone during one year. So here is a wrap up of some of my adventures during 2018. The first sunrise of 2018. […]

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Travelling to Soothe the Soul

  There weren’t many things that I knew I wanted to do after losing Jake. Literally all of my plans changed. They flipped completely upside down. Well, almost all of them. Perhaps the only two things I knew I wanted to do were finish my PhD, and to get away for a little while (well more accurately, get away as […]

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Solo Travel Trips

My month-long adventure was my first experience travelling solo, and I was really nervous going alone. I thought it was going to be scary, lonely, not fun, and overwhelming. However, I actually really enjoyed travelling by myself and I have compiled a list of tips for those wanting to go abroad solo also. Download helpful apps- There are a couple […]

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Featured ‘Day in the life of’: Amy, a PhD student investigating the impacts of climate change on food and nutrition, and a yoga teacher on the side.

An Aussie PhD student (yoga teacher on the side) investigating the impacts of climate change on food and nutrition security and non-communicable diseases in Vanuatu currently doing a professional development stint (aka internship) at the World Health Organization in Geneva (it’s a hard life).  Find out more at my blog Pina Colada PhD.  A typical day?  Not really…the joy of having work […]

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