My Mental Health Resources

Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional. But I have been through my fair share of shit, and I tell my friends this all the time: I think we go through shit so we can help others go through…

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Northern Lights in Salzburg

I saw the northern lights for the very first time last year on a winter trip to Norway. Having briefly seen them shimmering in the night sky over Tromsø, it was a few days later on the little island of…

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Falkenstein Hike

In the summer of 2022, I hiked up to the Schafbergspitze with my mum while she was visiting me in Salzburg. The peak of Schafbergspitze overlooks Wolfgangsee, Fuschlsee, Mondsee, Attersee and the exceptional mountain ranges and towns far flung across…

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A Picnic at Thumsee

Aside from that chaotic week where the spring snows decided to redescend upon Salzburg last month - as that famous German lyric goes, "April, April, der macht, was er will" which roughly translates to "April, April, he does want he…

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Mélisa & Denis’ Civil Wedding

Friday 3 May was the most perfect day, celebrating the love of Mélisa and Denis, two of my best friends, with their pup and my godson Nacho. We met exactly a year ago in Salzburg and it has since been…

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Burghausen Photo Diary

On the border between Austria and Germany, nestled against the quiet banks of the Salzach, the burg dominating the skyline and the sun shining down on the pretty pastel coloured Aldstadt… I spent the Wednesday 1 May public holiday with…

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Mühlenweg Hike

Spring has firmly arrived and it's actually my favourite time of year to be active outdoors. Okay, who are we kidding, I want to be outdoors all year long, but I think spring has that perfect combination of cool forest…

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10 Years of Blogging

TEN YEARS. A DECADE. 3,653 DAYS. That's how long I've been writing this blog. My mind is blown by the sheer scale of that amount of time. It's bonkers. I don't want to make this an extortionately long blog post…

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A Winter Guide to Malbun

I had just returned from a month of more than 30-degree temperatures in Thailand and, while I had mostly adjusted to the idea of spring being well on its way, I wanted to try to squeeze in one more snowy…

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How to Spend a Day in Vaduz

Whenever I told someone I was planning on visiting Liechtenstein this year, the tiny little principality - the sixth smallest country in the world - tucked in between Switzerland and Austria in central Europe, most of them would respond with…

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