One week away from my home on wheels and I’m already missing her dearly. Mrs Whippy has taken me to so many unbelievably beautiful landscapes around Australia this year. Grateful to have been able to feel so at home in so many different places. She is parked up safe and sound in WA and the journey will continue in 2020 ✨
I'm still pinching myself that this is real. That this is my soon-to-be home 🚐 That my dream of living location independent is soon to be my reality 🤗
Lately I've been reading up on manifesting. It's something I've been wanting to explore more deeply, but I've been struggling to find sufficient practical information on how best to implement it. This weekend I was super happy to stumble upon @hannahrosecluley 's podcast - her first episode is a step by step episode on how to manifest, and is well worth a listen.
What I've also realised is that I keep telling myself the (inaccurate) story that I'm woeful at manifesting. Yet it's complete and utter bullshit. I manifested my move to Hong Kong. I manifested being in a position to leave my job. And I manifested my little van. Who is to say what a little more conscious effort may produce? 💫
All of the waterfalls in Mount Field National Park were absolutely PUMPING. We kind of expected Russell Falls to be the beautiful tranquil cascade you see in all the photos but didn’t consider the few days of solid rain on top of the snow melt from further up in the park. •
The sheer volume of water coming down and flooding the banks of the river was raw, most of the time the platforms stop you from rock hopping and take away from the “immersion experience” but this time we were thankful our feet stayed dry.
As someone who loves to go to bed early, the long hours of daylight have been killing me lately 😂 ... so I’ve not been an early bird recently, but I did get up early enough one day to see this ray of light ☀️
Marion Bay turning it on in the summer sun 🌞
The Innes National Park is one of my favourite places so far. Can’t get enough of it’s wild beauty 💚.