Everything Else

So, this is a travel blog but, like most bloggers, I have plenty of other things going on in my life! That’s why my Everything Else page exists.

It will contain a hodge-podge array of posts on that which I find interesting about my life, and the world around me. You can expect to find analysis of historical objects, summaries and critiques of my favourite books, and my opinions on how to stay healthy, both mentally and physically, as well as an assortment of other articles!

If any of that interests you, I’m happy to cater to one of your needs but, if you came here for travel content, don’t worry, there’s plenty of that elsewhere on my site!

A History of the World in Artefacts 1: The Sutton Hoo Gold Belt Buckle

It occurred to me, when writing my article on Cairo’s historical treasures, that perhaps I should articulate a series of posts that reflect my love and understanding of history. History is something I know well, although I am no true expert, and I therefore have a hand to lend in talking to you of all … Continue reading A History of the World in Artefacts 1: The Sutton Hoo Gold Belt Buckle

Stay in Shape 1: Get Creative! 5 Ideas for Getting Creative in Lockdown!

I’ve had my fair share of struggles with mental health, physical injury, and unhealthy habits. From incidents requiring surgery to mental scars requiring consultation, I have battled many a demon to be who I am today, and therefore have plenty of advice as to how you might help yourself out too! This post is about … Continue reading Stay in Shape 1: Get Creative! 5 Ideas for Getting Creative in Lockdown!

Lockdown Reads 3: Shoe Dog

I’ve decided to write a series of short recommendations/critiques/summaries of my favourite books. These are titles you can perhaps purchase on one day delivery, or Amazon audible, to keep you busy during these uncertain times. We’re back to non-fiction for this one. I will start with a quick disclaimer this time around. I’ve never actually … Continue reading Lockdown Reads 3: Shoe Dog

Lockdown Reads 1: Freakonomics

I’ve decided to write a series of short recommendations/critiques/summaries of my favourite books. These are titles you can perhaps purchase on one day delivery, or Amazon audible, to keep you busy almost immediately during these uncertain times. My first book recommendation would have to be Freakonomics by Stephen Dubner and Stephen Levitt. I hope I […]