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Bucket List: Formula One Race & European Cruise

Formula One Cruise

I’ve been a Formula One fan for a long, long time, but I’d never really had any interest in going to see a race at the racetrack. I always thought the action would be too far away and because you could only see part of the track you’d end up just watching the screens anyway.

Then a couple of years ago Jenson Button was making an appearance driving a Formula One car around the streets of Manchester. The whole of Deansgate was blocked off as he zipped up and down the streets and it was bloody amazing! The smell of the rubber and the petrol was crazy intense, but it was all part of the experience – since then I decided to add going to a Formula One race to my bucket list.

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When Iglu Cruise got in touch and asked me to check out their travel destinations to share with you guys I was seriously excited to see a Formula One cruise package on their website!

My dream cruise would be to stop off and see the Monaco Grand Prix, with further stops in Nice, Florence & Pisa, Rome and the Amalfi Coast, I can’t imagine a better way of hitting so many amazing cities on one trip. I think one of the things I would enjoy the most about going on a cruise is that I wouldn’t have to keep packing and unpacking to hop to a new city – you can just go to bed one night and wake up in a completely different place the next morning – perfect if you’re not a fan of travelling.

If Formula One isn’t your thing there are a zillion other options for amazing once in a lifetime cruises. If Disney is more for you then you can check out a whole range of Disney options with Iglu Cruise, plus there are lots more exotic destinations including Hawaii and Alaska that I quite fancy too.

Have you ever been on a cruise? I’d love to hear about it in the comments!
Loves x xx

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Outfit Post: Catania Harbour and Thoughts on Avoiding Burnout

Catania Harbour

Sitting on the harbour wall in Catania, Sicily was a little slice of heaven.

I just got back from the Etsy Captain’s Summit and we were talking about burnout and how to overcome and avoid going into overload and crisis. Something that really struck a chord for me was when we starting talking about peak experiences.

A peak experience is a moment where you felt at your best, like you were doing well, life was good, you felt content and just “ahh”. I recognised the feelings we were talking about straight away as that’s exactly how I feel when I’m travelling.

Outfit Post at Catania Harbour

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There’s something about heading off to a new place that just gives me a happy heart and I think the act of travelling brings me a whole bunch of the things I need to keep going. My fuel, I guess. Travelling gives me:

// A moment to switch off, not completely, but so much more than I ever would at home
// Constant inspiration from my surroundings
// A fresh start, you don’t have bad memories there, you don’t get distracted by the negatives. The beauty stands out so much more
// Time. For sure with city travel you are always on the go, but there’s time to do the things that you love – eating amazing food in incredible places or spending hours taking photographs
// Quality time with the people I love. I mean actual quality time, not just existing together in our busy lives.

Thoughts on Avoiding Burnout

Autumn Outfit Post at Catania Harbour in Sicily

Sitting on the harbour wall in Catania was one of those moment for me; Switching off and admiring the beauty of my surroundings with a fresh mind where anything was possible. Just taking our time, enjoying some lunch, taking photos and just wandering or sitting. Spending time with each other talking or just being side by side. Just looking back at these photos makes me feel a little bit calmer.

So in the absence of having the time and money to be able to travel every week, somehow I need to bring Catania back home with me. I need to find a way to see the beauty again in the places that I see every day and I need to make myself take my time more and do more of the things I love. I need to spend time with friends and family without stress and distractions and the biggest challenge for me will be learning how to switch off.

What are your peak experiences? What do they say about the kind of things you need to avoid burnout?
Loves x xx

Quality time at the harbour in Catania, Sicily

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