Four years ago, I met a girl who was living through a life she wasn't particularly happy with - sound familiar? Throwing caution to the wind, she gave up her home, her job... her life...
We all have a limit, but some people are able to push themselves further than anyone else whilst others choose to remain firmly in their comfort zone. It seems a combination of how far you
I recently spoke online with Derek Cullen (No Hanging Around), who practically introduced himself with the line, "I have a massive ginger beard myself." After six months of growing it, my ginger beard has now
At the age of 14, Zach Sobiech was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. At the age of 18, he sadly passed away. In those few short years, he chose to live to the fullest
To call Roz Savage (MBE FRGS) 'merely' a triple ocean rower is an understatement. She is the first woman to row three oceans solo, holds four world records, was nominated as National Geographic Adventurer of the Year
Most people, when they get a job, get a job in order to pay their bills: they do a job not because they love it, but because it serves a purpose and helps them to
Is hitchhiking dangerous? I believe not. Should girls hitchhike alone? Why not?! I recently posed some questions to Rajam, who at the age of twenty, gave away her belongings to embark upon a 4.5 year hitchhiking
Sadly, I have always found myself interested in everything, but persistent in nothing. While I have a strong interest to learn many things, I never take the time to do so. When I heard of
Because we’re just too busy pursuing what we love. This is a guest post by Casey Siemasko. We’ve hiked to the centre of an active volcano in Indonesia, hitchhiked with nuns in Ecuador, and hugged
This is the part fiction, part true story of an armed robber and heroin addict who escaped a high security prison in Australia and made his way to India. When arriving there, he starts living
Because I don't want to wait for retirement to live this dream. by Paula Londe Don’t let my freckles fool you; I’m older than I look, but still not “old enough” to be on the road.
This is a guest post by Gabi Klaf. My mother recently wrote, "I cannot support what you are doing to the children." Kobi's mom won't stop crying and sending guilt-tripped, concerned messages, including but not