Hi there you. Yes, I’m talking to you, the person reading this right now. I’m not sure where you’re from, or if you landed here by accident or on purpose, but howdy, ohayo, sawabona, and howzit going? Being my usual, slightly dramatic self, I bid you welcome to my blog .. and *ahem* now onto the bit about me you’re interested in …
Who am I?
Well, firstly, I’m the one on the right in the above photo.
I’m a 20-something married travel blogger, based in South Africa (hubby and I pictured above). Bubbly, quirky, fun loving and optimistic describe me to a T, and I think, if you stick around for a while, you’ll get to like me. ^_~
I love reading … pretty much anything that I can get my hands on (knowledge is power and all that good stuff). and my favorite genres tend to mirror my series loves as well, falling mainly in the genre of fantasy and science fiction, though I also enjoy psychology, DIY, fashion, life hacks, and information on the oceans, space, and beyond. The more I read, the more I want to learn, and the more I learn, the more I want to spread knowledge to others.
My interests are as varied as leaves blown about by the autumn wind, with passions for travel and lifestyle tips, beauty and health, ancient histories, cute and fluffy things (like Pumba shown below), and much, much more! So just call me curious. 😉
I believe it’s your attitude that determines your perception and the emotions that follow on from it; knowledge also broadens your perspective on things. In the end, possessions can’t compare to companionship (human or animal), the smile on a child’s face, the joy of meeting up with a friend (old or new), or getting several hours free to do whatever you want (be it reading, cooking, volunteering, playing with a pet, heading outdoors, gaming, listening to music, et al).
I hope whoever you are, you’ll enjoying browsing through my posts, pictures, musings, and poetry, and get to see the world through my eyes for a little while. Who knows, you may learn something new – or end up feeling just a smidgen happier with life and the world around you.
On a final note, feel free to like and share my posts. You’re also welcome to contact me for freelance work, or subscribe to stay updated. 🙂
And as the Japanese say, Ja mata ne (which equates to: until we meet again later). ^_~