About

I’m Bella. Occasionally humorous writer, traveller, part time philosopher, and beer enthusiast. I dabble in what I call couch sociology; a lazy form of observation of the human existence on this here planet based on my own research using myself as the guinea pig. Most of all I love nature and pushing my own boundaries.
I left the UK in late 2017 without much of a plan; just an absurdly heavy suitcase and the compelling but enigmatic feeling that I needed to drastically change my life in order to work out how to be happy and feel okay in my own skin. I’ve been making it up as I go along and writing about it ever since. It’s been a fascinating voyage, I can’t wait to tell you about it.

I’ve been blogging on WordPress for nearly ten years (age revealed: I’m at least ten) dissecting the great philosophical issues in life, like why the English drink tea so much, the disappointing things about being an adult, and I’m no stranger to predicting the future or writing the odd offensive poem. These days my writing focus is on travel, because, well, these days I’m a lone wolf traveller.

I’m a freelance proofreader, obtaining my qualification with the Publishing Training Centre in the UK. I’m also a bit of an Adobe nerd, spending two years as a typesetter, dabbling in graphic design and am an enthusiastic amateur photographer and videographer.
I love talking with other creatives, so, if you’re keen, hop over to Instagram and let’s have a conversation, or you can contact me here.