Breaking the Stigma: I Chose to Live

On Thursday, 13th of September, it was R U OK? Day. R U OK? Day is about raising the awareness of suicide prevention, which is an enormously complex and sensitive challenge. This is a movement very close to my heart, as four years ago I was almost one of those statistics you read about. I was depressed, … Continue reading Breaking the Stigma: I Chose to Live

The Travel Diaries: The Europe Diaries Part 1 – Contiki Croatian Island Escape Plus

I’m currently travelling around Europe and was lucky to spend a week in Croatia from the 9th to the 16th of June on Contiki’s Croatia Island Escape Plus tour, visiting Makarska, Korčula, Dubrovnik, Trstenik, Hvar and Split. It was honestly one of the best weeks with an amazing group of people, and also an amazing … Continue reading The Travel Diaries: The Europe Diaries Part 1 – Contiki Croatian Island Escape Plus

The Travel Diaries: Travel Lights a Fire in Your Bones

They say travel soothes the soul, but really, it lights a fire in your bones that you can’t put out. Over the last 8 years, I’ve travelled to China, USA (twice), Bali and Europe. As I approach my second, and biggest, trip around Europe, I started reflecting on why I travel, and what I hope … Continue reading The Travel Diaries: Travel Lights a Fire in Your Bones

The Millennials Series: Three Experiences Accounting Students Should Have Whilst At University

Graduate accounting jobs are not easy to land, and undergraduate jobs even more so. With the process becoming more and more competitive, there are the three things I can recommend for all accounting students to do to make yourself stand out to potential employers are: Study abroad on either a short term program or a semester-long … Continue reading The Millennials Series: Three Experiences Accounting Students Should Have Whilst At University