Welcome to me

A day in the life of Grace-eeeeeeee!



The reason I always wanted to start writing was simple.
There is an alphabet, and it contains 26 letters.
Yet, there are thousands and thousands of words that are derived from the 26 letters.
These words then help us to navigate, summarise and express the thoughts that we feel, think and can’t escape.
Why would you not want to be able to write how you feel when you stop and realise how restricted the alphabet is, in comparison to how wild and brave your own words are.


I have always envisioned that by the time I’m in my 50’s I’ll be at some event somewhere in the world circling positive, like-minded people who are discussing how they have lived their lives through the travel and wanderlust their hearts have felt.
I have always wanted to be one of those person in this room that fills it with happiness and who adds to the evenings entertainment with a few tails or two from my life.

I have my life set out ready to live everyday by a list of treasured to do’s, that over the years from the age of 16 has rapidly progressed to more and more detailed quests and goals set to achieve.
With this blog my main aim was to write about the descriptions of me and everyday life through the build-up to completing these tasks I have set for myself.
Whether it’s traveling through the Nepalese mountains to complete the Annapurna trek, 4×4 off-roading through the dusky, heat provoked sand dune deserts of Oman, or simply taking time from my day to bake an apple crumble, just because I want to achieve them all and have the list ticked off.

I had post break-up before venturing into the new year of 2018 for setting my mind to travel and my favoured life list which has been my momentum to write about the feelings I get when I travel and travelling itself.

However big or sometimes small things are it’s still an accomplishment in my world and I still have the aim to get it ticked off.
It has been my best friend through my release into the world as a newly single lady, allowing me to feel my life has more of a purpose and that I hold a value of direction to where I belong.


I hope you enjoy my story.