I’ve been very fortunate to have visited Florida three times during my childhood and teenage years (hence the photos that I’m hoping my family don’t mind me publishing!), and now that Toby and Martha are here I’m desperate to take them there too! My dad has decided that for his next milestone birthday, we’re jetting off to Orlando for a family holiday, and we will most likely look at getting a self catering villa from Clickstay to accommodate us all.
Adventure travel isn’t for everybody, but for some, it can be a huge life changing thing. You don’t have to be a sea captain or a professional mountaineer to go on adventures. People just like you go on their very own adventures all the time; they snorkel, they climb mountains, they watch the Northern lights, dive into the sea – there’s really no stopping you from going on adventures of your very own, if that’s what you want to do.
Humans love to laugh, and it’s one of the best feelings in the world. It makes you forget everything else, as you get overwhelmed with an uncontrollable surge of cheerfulness. As it turnouts though, laughter is much more than a way to express our understanding of humour. Here are some surprising benefits to prove that laughter truly is the best medicine.
Toby is now 4, and with that comes a whole host of emotions which he doesn’t really understand yet. He’s a clever boy, but given that us so-called grown ups so often struggle to comprehend our emotional state, it’s not fair to expect a child to do so effectively! Enter The Irish Fairy Door Company.
It’s well documented across my blog and social media that I live with depression and anxiety – it’s something I refuse to hide because not only does it need to be as socially acceptable as any other illness, but I know from many messages I’ve received that I have helped a lot of people. It helps me too, to write. Another huge part of my ‘therapy’ as someone living with depression, is being outdoors.