my millennial adventure

A TALE TO TELL

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  1. R U OK? A Simple Question to Help Save Lives!!
    10 Sep, 2015
    R U OK? A Simple Question to Help Save Lives!!
    Sometimes the internet can be a really really dark place. But from that darkness shines some of the brightest of lights! For me, over the last 12 months, each time I've felt anxious, depressed, over-the-moon, happy, or even curious and unsure about something I've reached out to the online world and people have responded. I've found so much light & positivity from strangers, from people I've never even met or ever seen before. People responding to my concerns by posting comments on a video I've
  2. BEST VLOGGING CAMERA (2015 EDITION)
    07 Sep, 2015
    BEST VLOGGING CAMERA (2015 EDITION)
    What up guys!! So one of the most frequently asked questions in the comment section of my YouTube video blogs is "What camera do you use?" I thought I'd take the opportunity to write a blog post that responds to all of you at once explaining some of the more technical side to how I create my video content. This way, next time someone asks me that very same question I can point them in the right direction by linking them to this post!! Sorted ai :) You see the trick to video blogging or daily
  3. Best Swimming Holes in Far North Queensland
    10 Jul, 2015
    Best Swimming Holes in Far North Queensland
    If you get the chance to explore Far North Queensland I highly recommend jumping at the opportunity. You see growing up in Cairns I definitely overlooked the beauty of which Cairns and its surrounding tropical getaways has on offer. Travelling north during the Australian winter has its perks, & not only for the warmer climate. Here's a list of some of the best natural swimming holes to explore whilst escaping the southern cities winter cold snaps! 1) Mossman Gorge Known for its rich Aboriginal
  4. Exploring the Tropics
    06 Jul, 2015
    Exploring the Tropics
    Exploring is something I love to do. You see I grew up in a small village north west of Cairns, Kuranda, and as a kid, space always seemed to be vast and almost infinite. We lived on acreage and my parents grew herbs on a small farm. It's funny when I tell people that I grew up on a 'herb farm' as they almost always seem to question my parents motif behind the word 'herb'...   The farm was home to a variety of herbs which were sold to local supermarkets and we lived on this property for almost
  5. Welcome To The Adventure!
    01 May, 2015
    Welcome To The Adventure!
    Too often we forget about those comical moments which happen when no one else is around though we think to ourself, at the time, how funny was that! or... i'll remember that, but we don't. Usually this is because those moments are overshadowed by the more important things our busy lives throw at us. You see without the little things, the one percenters, our judgment of a day can be overshadowed making it harder to see light at the end of the tunnel.  How can we continue to put ourselves through

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