Here are some of the websites, blogs and people that inspire me…..
Sarah Wilson is my absolute favourite blogger, her posts are a great mix of travel, sustainability, self-reflection and health – I recommend signing up to her newsletter so you don’t miss a thing
Little Grey Box – Phoebe is a Brisbane-based award-winning travel blogger
Hectik Travels Dalene and Peter Heck sold all their possessions in 2009 to travel and enrich their lives with experiences rather than things. No possessions. No plans. Just travel.
Eat Drink + Be Kerry – Kerry is a Brisbane writer, editor and publicist who knows the local foodie scene like the back of her hand.
Good Food Gold Coast – long time food blogger Marj Osborne reviews cafes restaurants and bars on the Gold Coast, her website is a bible!
Ms Marmite Lover – Kerstin Rodgers aka MsMarmitelover launched the supper club/pop up/underground restaurant movement in the UK in 2009 with her supper club The Underground Restaurant. Since then, hundreds of supper clubs have started in London and around the UK. Follow for great recipes and food tales.
Cyndi O’Meara from Changing Habits Reading Cyndi’s book Changing Habits Changing Lives opened my eyes to a new way of eating and thinking about food. Taking part in her weekend retreat took my interest in nutrition to a whole new level
Goats on the Road – Nick & Dariece are a Canadian couple who live the laptop lifestyle travelling the world
Heart My Backpack – after travelling to 70 countries, Silvia has now settled in Norway and shares some interesting stories about life in a log cabin in this unique country.
Curious Clare Travels – based in the UK, Clare likes to find the under appreciated places and the unique, quirky sides to the big cities.
Grantourismo – Lara and Terence, an Australian-born, Asia-based, travel and food writer and photographer couple have authored scores of guidebooks and countless travel and food stories. Joining them on a food tour is one of my travel goals!
Girls Trekking Adventures – created by women for women these fantastic treks include delicious food and wine, with a touch of well-earned luxury.
Gold Coast Food and Wine Tours – the best way to spend an afternoon is on a tour with these guys, a must-do if you’re visiting the Gold Coast