World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims

Sunday (Nov 19th) is World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. Each year I have marked the occasion at an event but today I have decided to share with you all something very personal, powerful and life changing. If you have time I ask you to sit and listen to this documentary I made. It might just save your life. Marcus didn’t want to … Continue reading World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims

New Zealand – The South Island

After an amazing week of travelling around the North Island I ventured to the South. We were booked onto the Interislander ferry from Wellington at 4am but we arrived early and they let us on the evening one meaning we landed in Picton at midnight.   With it being so late and so much driving ahead we booked into a camp ground just minutes from the … Continue reading New Zealand – The South Island

Mental Health for Millennials

It has been a pretty hectic but positive week for me I have officicially become a published author. I have a chapter in a new book, but it is just the beginning as I plan on bringing my very own book out in the not so distant future. ‘Mental Health for Millennial’s has been published by Book Hub Publishing who take particular interest in health … Continue reading Mental Health for Millennials

A Blind Man Showed Me The Light

Taking a walk through Battersea Park I felt out of sorts. With a lot on my mind I almost felt like I wasn’t really walking but floating on a cloud. Feeling a little unsure and a little apprehensive. Moving back to Ireland is overwhelming, a new job, a new house, an experience I should be used to by now but still never prepared for. We … Continue reading A Blind Man Showed Me The Light