Heyyy, I’m Sarah, a twenty something travel and lifestyle blogger. I quit my job in London to travel in 2019.
At the end of 2018 I quit my job (shiiit), packed up all my unread books (sorry guys), managed to source my deposit back off my landlord (all the London renters out there know how hard this is) and made the brave (or crazy) decision to take time off work and travel solo.
With two successful solo travel trips under my belt (shout out to Morocco & Copenhagen), I spent the first four months of the year exploring South East Asia alone, (asking strangers to take my photo). Over the summer I’ve been visiting friends & family, celebrating at weddings and working at cafe in Chester.
Since I’ve been back I’ve been making a conscious effort to reduce my impact on the environment. I’ve reduced my meat consumption to virtually nothing, worked hard to have a plastic free bathroom and carried a water bottle around with me for months. Whilst I’m away I’ll be looking for opportunities to be even more sustainable, refuse plastic where I don’t need it and take with me as many low waste items as possible! It’s an exciting time to really make a difference and encourage others to do the same.
August 2019 sees me take on part 2 of my 2019 travel adventure, this time with my boyfriend (who I met during the last trip). We argued about directions, played a lot of cards and enjoyed hanging out on motorbikes together – so we’re going to do it again (plus it means I don’t have to ask strangers for a photo).
Read my blogs, check out my instagram stories, see a few photos and come with me on my 2019 travels part 2!
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