Welcome to your new favourite time of the week. Your day off. Being a summer camp counselor is an incredible opportunity, you’re able to impact so many lives in such a short amount of time. You’re in nature, disconnected from the real world for 7-10 weeks. You make new friends who you know you can … More 5 Great ways to spend your days off at summer camp
Okay, so being a pro at Summer camp (been once) I kind of figured out there was a lot of crap that I had packed and flown 19 hours with and really didn’t need it. Just for you guys, I thought I’d save your time, money and baggage allowance by giving you a handy guide … More Shit That Will Weigh You Down at Summer Camp
So, in September I moved 2 hours away to Liverpool to start University. I thought this was a great idea as I’d be independent, self-reliant and basically if it goes to shit I’ll have to deal with up. Sounds good right? Here is my Dating, Delaying, and Dollar, or lack of… Liverpool is a beautiful city, … More Dating, Delaying, and Dollar – My first year at University
I’M GOING BACK TO CAMP! If you can’t tell by my excessive use of capitals, I will be returning to YMCA Camp Roger for my second summer. This means new memories, new adventures and that beautiful, beautiful tan (the important stuff). And now for the obvious question, how can you afford it? Good question. I’m … More How can you afford it?
Now it’s the New Year, time for ‘New Year New Me’ posts, ‘Leaving … in 2018’ posts and… camp interviews. It’s finally time guys, job fairs are coming up so it’s a great time to have the initial interview for your chosen program. Plus it gives you enough time to boost up your application to … More What to Expect: Camp Interview/Job fair
Last year I wrote the Summer Rewind post where I displayed what I’d been doing over the summer and seen as I’ve been MIA forever, I thought I would do Summer/Autumn Rewind, seen as its near winter. So without further ado, here’s my rewind. June 1st of June I set off for my incredible adventure … More Summer Rewind 2018
£13.56. The amount of money that haunted my bank account as I planned this blog post. You would think, after working 20 hours a week, I’d have more. But nope thanks to my car, it doesn’t seem that way. If you’ve been on the internet recently, you may have seen the tweets about self-care… ‘It’s … More How to ‘Self-Care’ with only £13.56
When looking at a new destination to explore, I usually ask myself these questions? Is it cheap? Have I been before? Why shouldn’t I go? For me Romania ticked all the boxes, I hope it can do the same for you. Pros It is incredibly picturesque, I haven’t been anywhere near as beautiful. Even the … More Romania: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
So in no way am I an expert on either rock climbing or ice climbing, however, I’ve tried both over the summer and I can give my beginners opinion to a fellow beginner. The Obvious Difference The main difference between the two is the object you’re climbing, rock and ice, which means there will be … More Rock Climbing vs Ice Climbing: Through a Novices Eyes
Seen as tomorrow is September, and I start back at college in less than a week, I thought I would base my first post on my summer, and basically talk about myself, so you know, the usual. Just Kidding, but here’s my good and bad points of summer ’17. June The first couple weeks of … More Summer Rewind 2017