Work-Life Balance: How to Be a Successful Blogger with a Full-Time Job

Work life balance can be difficult to achieve in any job. As a full-time nurse, I often find myself being at work more than I’m home. Thus, When I am home, I’m often extremely tired from work. It can be easy to let our work life take over. After all, the majority of us have to work to continue living the life we currently love or to create a life we aspire to have.

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New Horizon Whitsundays: The Ultimate Sailing Experience

Sailing the Whitsundays in Australia is an experience I shall never ever forget. Engraved in my mind, memories that will last forever and friends made that will last a lifetime. The Whitsundays is probably the most famous, popular and incredible experience to have in Australia. Though heavily populated with tourists and locals alike, this is one adventure that you have to embark upon. Sailing through crystal clear aqua waters,

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AHPRA Registration for Overseas Nurses – My Experience

Nursing in Australia is one of the most rewarding things I’ve done in my career to date. If you’ve been following my adventures for a while then you’ll know that I’ve been working as an agency nurse in Australia for the last year. When it comes to nursing I have to say that this has been my most requested post ever! I wrote a post on obtaining your Working Holiday Visa in Australia as a Nurse from the UK which you can take a look at here.

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Located just off the coastline of Victoria sits the luscious Phillip Island. This magical island is home to a different kind of Australia then what most are used to. We imagine Australia and our imagination is filled with long sandy beaches, sublime aqua blue waters and plenty of sunshine. Whilst Phillip Island, of course, has plenty of the latter, the scenery is a little different. Our time on Phillip Island reminded me more of the English Coastline than the Aussie one!

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When diving into this wild world of blogging I had no idea what I was doing and maybe you don’t either. But that’s okay, everyone has to start somewhere. I talked a lot about this in my previous post where I delve into the mistake’s I’ve made on my journey to becoming a successful travel blogger. If you haven’t read the article you can find it here. So how do we find and why do we need great resources for travel bloggers?

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From Luna Parks too Little Penguins St Kilda offers a gorgeous day out. A mere 15 minutes drive from the city centre of Melbourne sits the lovely seaside town of St Kilda. St Kilda is a special little town. It’s home to Little Penguins, which yes this breed of penguin is actually called the ‘Little Penguin’. The colony that nest on St Kilda currently sits at 1700. As well as an abundance of wildlife this seaside town is home to Melbourne’s Luna Park and the Brighton Bathing Boxes.

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Everybody has to start somewhere. We all come into this world with no idea how it all works. As humans, we learn to evolve and adapt to our environment. Discovering how to walk, talk, eat, read, write, draw even going to the toilet had to be learnt. Learning is a way of life which is why I don’t understand why we think we should be perfect at something before learning about it. I have a feeling everybody reading this is guilty of just wanting to fast track and be good at ‘that thing’ you’ve been working on,

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Melbourne is Australia’s second biggest city and has been Sydney’s biggest rival for years on end. When chatting amongst the locals here in Australia it’s easy to realise that most prefer one over the other. During one day in Melbourne, I also found myself comparing the two cities whom are both vastly different from one another. It’s no secret that I hold tremendous amounts of love for Sydney. As time goes on I wonder if perhaps the one day in Melbourne that we had just wasn’t enough to really understand what this city has to offer.

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