Travel & Positivity

Travel allows you to do many things – explore new countries and culture, explore new areas in your country, relax, have adventure but for me, most importantly it brings me positivity.

Avid readers will know that my husband and I run 3 businesses and often it can be all about work and not enough down time. We spend a LOT of time at home – our office is at home and obviously we live at home. I find it incredibly difficult to switch off, even at the weekends. For me, I can physically feel my body and mind start to relax the minute the suitcases are loaded into the boot and we’re on our way to out trip. It doesn’t have to abroad. Just one night away from home can be enough to bring some positive thinking back.

Wherever you go, becomes a part of you

Anita Desai

We’re privileged to be in a position where we can take a couple of holidays a year and I never take this for granted. As a couple, we don’t have children, the only thing we really spend our money on is travel as it’s such an important part of our life.

I’m the one that is thinking about the next holiday when we’re boarding the flight from the last holiday. It drive my husband insane! I’m always looking at travel bloggers to see where they’ve been and where they are going.

Below are a few of my favourite holiday memories – in this challenging time I think it’s important to look back at positive moments and remember that this will pass.

Cornwall holiday
A trip to Cornwall with the dogs
Sunsets at remarkable mountains
Beautiful sunsets over the Remarkable Mountains, New Zealand
The Killers
Seeing The Killers in Abu Dhabi
The Circus, Bath
The Circus, Bath
Celebrating Mum's 60th in Antigua
Celebrating Mum’s 60th in Antigua
Helicopter Grand Canyon
Helicopter Friends over the Grand Canyon
12 Apostles on the Great Ocean Road
6 weeks of living in Spain in 2016

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  1. 01/04/2020 / 2:20 pm

    I love your holiday memories Emma and you are so right about looking back on them! You’ve inspired me to do the same. Side note your dogs are absolutely adorable!!

  2. 01/04/2020 / 5:00 pm

    Ahhh Emma, I love seeing these happy memories. I am also very jealous you got to see The Killers! Perhaps, without knowing it, you are being told to give yourself ore down time. I know what it is like working from home you never “down tools” and switch off. Let yourself rest and restore during this xx Stay safe, we will all be off on our travels in no time xx

  3. 01/04/2020 / 6:45 pm

    Oh Emma, what lovely memories these are from your travels. I’m with you with thinking about the next adventure but this year was going to be more spontaneous, little did we know this crisis would occur. Anyway I’m going to have a littel look through my photos after seeing yours. I love your cute little doggies too! B xx

  4. 04/04/2020 / 4:36 pm

    I’m meant to be seeing The Killers in June but I don’t think it’s going to be happening now xx

  5. Erin
    05/04/2020 / 12:48 am

    I cannot wait to get outside again and explore! It feels like it has been forever!

  6. Candice
    05/04/2020 / 8:34 pm

    These are such beautiful memories Emma! So great to see especially with what we all are going through now.

  7. 06/04/2020 / 6:47 pm

    Lovely memories 🙂 I am trying not to think too far ahead and hope we all get to have these amazing experiences again soon

    Jasmine xx

  8. Heather Nixon
    06/04/2020 / 8:32 pm

    I missing traveling- there are so many places I want to visit x

  9. 08/04/2020 / 2:01 pm

    Beautiful photos Emma! I haven’t travelled before as the thought of it scares me x

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