How to keep your local beach clean.

How to keep your local beach clean.

Last year I participated in an eco-collab with 9 amazing ladies, fellow bloggers, from around the globe about sustainability, wellness and the environment. I thought it would be worthwhile to share the tips that I posted on my designated day. I learnt so much through the collab and continue to learn more and more about how to adopt a more eco-friendly lifestyle. I wouldn’t call myself the most ‘green’ person I know, but I’m willing to try, little by little where I can. You do not have to throw out every single plastic object in your home overnight, green-living can and should start out much simpler than that.

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Turning 24.

Turning 24.

I turned 24 two weeks ago! For the first time in a while, I wasn’t overcome with a creeping, lingering sense of dread about getting older. I’ve got neutral feelings about my age, about my life thus far, and that feels great. It feels great not to be so hyper-focused on a number. I look forward to arriving at a place in my life where I’m content and at peace with everything. 

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Going against the current: An interview with Oscar Langburne.

Going against the current: An interview with Oscar Langburne.

What do you get when you put together a love for eighties punk rock, an effortlessly fluid style of surfing and an equal measure of kindness and a humble disposition? Oscar Langburne, a 17-year-old free-surfer from Australia who isn’t interested in chasing World titles, QS rankings or insane airs, but pure surf stoke instead. Continue reading “Going against the current: An interview with Oscar Langburne.”

Cape Saint Francis.

Cape Saint Francis.

Helloooo beautiful people!

I thought I’d do a little travel post today. 

When it comes to picking where to live, or where to vacation, I would much rather be in a place that is by the sea. I feel like I subconsciously start to slip into a state of mental disarray when I’m away from the ocean for too long. There’s no denying the restorative power of ocean air, and the calm the sight of the sea alone, brings. 

We spent some time down in Cape St Francis during the December/January holidays. It’s not too far out from Port Elizabeth (about an hour and a half’s worth of driving, away). 

Cape St Francis is a lovely little place I’d describe as the more rugged version of St Francis Bay. A quick Google search will tell you that it’s a seaside village famous for its waves. I’m no surfer but judging by the number of people that were out in the water on their boards whenever we’re there, I’m thinking the place definitely lives up to its reputation.

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