Treasures

Life Abroad with Elin the Sailopreneur – freedom on a yacht

As a nomad, it’s only natural to come across other nomads or travellers. And this interview today is about the extraordinary encounter with Elin, a young woman who calls herself “The Sailopreneur”. Yes it has to do with sailing on a yacht! Are you curious enough? Let’s get into it and hear more! Life Abroad with Elin the Sailopreneur 1. Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is Elin,

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Life Abroad interview with Katy of Unwrapped Series blog

This week I’m delighted to present Katy, a travel blogger I’ve been following avidly on Instagram for the past year. You can find and read more about her travel adventures on her blog. So it was only a matter of time before I got curious enough to ask Katy why Mauritius? So let’s find out about her life abroad story from U.K to Mauritius. This seems to be a popular

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Life Abroad with Rie Otsuka – from London to Mauritius

Dearest readers, I hope you are enjoying these interviews with real people doing life abroad. We get to the core of life abroad as you have seen with this interview about a Mauritian expat family or a South African woman living in U.K. And more importantly how to enjoy making a new home somewhere else! Life Abroad with Rie Otsuka Today, I present the lovely Rie, who left London to live

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Life Abroad interview with Sharné – the story of a South African living in the U.K.

I hope you’ve enjoyed reading the story of Nadine – a Mauritian expat family now living in Ivory Coast. I’m pleased today to share the story of Sharné, a woman who’s never left her home country South Africa, and yet found herself relocating with her husband to a new country. I love her story – honest and one that had me nodding a few times because it’s so relatable. I

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Life Abroad Interview: Nadine Atchia – the story of a Mauritian living in Ivory Coast

Dearest readers, welcome for the first in the interview series “Life Abroad”. This has been a dream of mine for many years – to share the stories of some of the remarkable people I have met in my nomadic life on earth. Some I know personally, others I’ve met via the internet and social media channels or blogs. Either way, listening to their stories has always encouraged and fascinated me

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Macramé workshop with Atelier by Vintidui (you should try it too!)

Lately, in my nomadic journey, I have included more regular visits to my birth country, Mauritius island. The primary reason stems from my desire to witness the continuous growth unfolding on the island. You have to be blind not to see the positive changes taking effect. For instance, you might have been entertained by my stories of how I visited the island in a conscious way, or how I got

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Brushes and Botanicals Watercolour Workshop – a treasured morning

Each year, I receive one word that sets the theme for the next 12 months. This year’s theme is Treasure , and so far it’s been fun looking out for treasures. Today, I will share the story of another treasure that I uncovered. If you’re a creative, I’m pretty sure you’ll enjoy this post. It is a long read so grab a cup of your favourite tea and join me as we

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My digital detox and what I’ve been up to

If you follow me on social media, you might have seen that I shared about my intention of a digital detox for the month. This came about because when I was in Mauritius (May- July 2017), I realized I spent too much time on my computer or social media working. I had a good flow going in terms of content writing for this blog, as well as taking care of

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10 random facts about me (that you probably didn’t know!)

Hi lovely readers, by now you know a lot about my slow travels, my culture shock in Dubai, and then in South Africa. You also know what I miss most when I’m travelling. So this time I thought I’d do something a little bit different. I want to share 10 random facts about me (that you probably didn’t know!): 1. I’m an INFJ – the rarest of the 16 Myers-Briggs

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Crafting morning rituals for everyday living (even abroad!)

Each day that we open our eyes truly is a miracle. For those who recognize this as a blessing, it would be wonderful to live the day well. This could mean making the most of the day. While trying something new and exciting would be amazing, we know that it’s not possible for us all to live like this every single day. Life happens. We have responsibilities. Kids. Pets. Spouses.

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