Deleting, Editing and Refining your online world! In stage 1 on The Minimalist Life Cleanse, we focused on cleansing the home. Now, we look at cleansing your virtual home. Getting rid of everything that clutters your online space with irrelevant information, and fills your mind with stuff that is neither inspirational or interesting to you, thus building a more fruitful and fulfilling and yet simple online world.
I've spent a lot of time lately being very present, immersed in the here and now. Living on a farm in the middle of nowhere, a rather beautiful nowhere, certainly helps. Our goal at the moment is to gain our 2nd year visa days and so we are just making the most of our little temporary homestead.
We have gone and done the first real tourist-type activity since arriving in Oz 5 months ago, and paid for a 3 hour speed-boat trip at Hervey Bay to watch the Whales that come into the bay between May and October. We weren't sure if we would definitely see some (although that would be an expensive watching of the sea), if the Whales didn't feel like being followed that day. But lucky for us and about 10 others, they came out in force. Speeding out of the harbour on a baking hot day, we hit...
Breathtaking temples, mysterious ruins, virgin beaches, river deltas and exotic culture – Myanmar has it all! Yet, it is one of the least visited countries in South East Asia – which is why it is usually tough for travelers to find sufficient Myanmar Travel Tips prior to their visit. To help you plan your trip, I am sharing Myanmar travel tips comprising of things I learnt before and during my trip.