One of the many reasons why I love this blog is because I get to creatively share the stories of others. Argent Silversmith is one of those one-of-a-kind, handmade pieces of art you can just tell are made with heart & soul
There’s something about tomorrow, I don’t know what it is. Maybe it’s because I call and it never answers.
I opened up to Photographer and writer Penny Morgan for her blog Along The Way, a series of portraits and Q&A’s. It’s a soul-fuelled, genuine conversation about my time as a model, what fuels the passion behind the blog, my mentors and inspirations.
Getting up at the crack of dawn in the middle of winter can create some serious magic. Here’s a little background on my collaboration with Rowie The Label and Fallen Broken Street, produced by a very talented team close to my heart.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: there’s something about Bali that makes me infinitely happy. So why keep that joy to myself? I’ve rounded up all my favourite go to’s on my recent trip. From pizza’s, to parties, to sunset sessions and salty surf spots, here are a few of my faves.
Sitting in your presence, I watch in awe, as the leaves and rocks marry to your beating heart. The wind dances to your eternal movements. In the light, all that is living, surrenders to your power. The sheer rage of your presence; elegant, brave, graceful, radiates through my skin.
I talked to First Base about irrational fears, growing up on a tiny island, crossing paths with an old friend and share some BTS of our rooftop shoot.
To the girl who thinks her hair always looks better coming out of the ocean, who probably skips a shampoo or two (or three) and uses dry shampoo if there is an absolute social need to look put together.
I brought back four of my Salt Sisters for a second round of Facing Fears, this time on all things bigger surf and new yoga classes.
The dream is free, the hustle sold separately. Here’s a reminder to keep the receipt.
You make amazing friends that you know will last a life time, and somewhere along the way you realise that everything, really, is going to be alright.
Small things. Big things. 25 trips around the sun and this is what I’ve figured out so far…
No Shoes No Worries talks to Surf Girl Mag about all things surf, lifestyle and blogging, as well as the feature story in the latest issue about Sri Lanka and the Mind, Body Soul Experience
We are so damn lucky to be gifted with ideas and inspiration tugging at our hearts, calling us to play. So why not humour them and stand up for them? Stand up for your dreams, dance along with them and watch what happens.
Sometimes it's not about the clothes or the product, but the lifestyle and personality it portrays. The way it makes you feel, practice, move, dance, explore, laugh, surf, sing... .
A underwater shark photographer, surf entrepreneur in the Phillipines, freelance travel writer and traveling, business owning mom of two share their experience with fear and pushing boundaries of the conventional. It’s stories like these that make me love doing what I do.
Coffee or surf? Porque no los dos!
Read my story published in Spiritual Gangster about following your heart
“Not what we have, but what we enjoy, constitutes our abundance.”
A proper pop-up requires two things: Shoulder strength and core stability
My thoughts on the freelance world of modelling, writing and going at it on your own
In Mandarin they have a word “Yu Yi” which means the desire to feel intensely again, the way you did when you were a kid experiencing things daily for the very first time.
I don’t know much (read: nothing) about makeup. But I do know a think or two about sun protection and after sun lotion. Here’s what I use in the surf and after a long day in the sun.
It's the simple things in life that make me happy: A bit of sand, a bit of salt, and some creativity.
Desert drives and life lessons
I shared a few of my favourites places to eat, sleep and explore Sri Lanka with Tigerlily
They do not worry about how they look, or that there’s dirt under their nails. All that matters is their passion, and the message they want to share with the world. Athletes, creatives, artists, entrepreneurs. These are the women I look up to
From train rides to jungle walks and amazing waves, there was so much to do and see on this little pearl of the indian ocean. Here were my top 10 favourite
The stars were drunk, and the moon was high. You made me dance, so my soul could sigh. Like a long breath in, for the very first time.
These 5 yoga poses will help soothe sore muscles and get your ready for your next paddle out
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