I feel like it’s about time to send out an update on my movements. Because for the first time in a long time, there is movement. And words to share about my time at Earth Frequency festival!
As winter began to etch its way into Melbourne, I felt restless and cold. If you don’t know me, you’ll soon find out that I just don’t do well in the cold. My skin dries out, the light from my eyes fades and I struggle to stay warm due to having poor circulation in my hands and feet.
Basically, I do not like it.
Continue reading “Earth Frequency + Queensland – May, 2021”
When I bought my ticket two weeks prior to Glowfest, there were so many unknowns. Firstly, I hadn’t been to a festival in over a year due to COVID-19, would I remember what to do? I’d also never been to a Burning Man-style event where you had to bring everything yourself (no food vendors).
But I found my feet and packed my little yellow convertible, Daffodil, full of camping gear, snacks and toys to light on fire and did the long, two-day drive from Melbourne to Waves Campground in Crescent Head, NSW. Down a bumpy, dusty road where phone signal was slowly lost, we were greeted at the driveway by colourful humans welcoming us to Glowfest.
I entered into a magical, calm world. The opening ceremony set the tone of respect, playfulness and growth together. Traditional owners of the land came and blessed us in a smoke ceremony in front of a magical bus, painted with a rabbit unicorn on the side and a DJ set up the top.
Whatever we were in for, I was excited.
Continue reading “Glowfest 2021 – March”
I’ve spent the last week at Envision Festival. I went totally off the grid in the jungle of Costa Rica. When I say off-grid, I mean that I turned my phone off and closed my laptop down. Although I had over 100 unread WhatsApp messages to read when I did re-enter cyberspace, it was a well-needed break from screens so that I could connect to something else.
Continue reading “Envision – February 2020”
My last 10 days in Gili Air were jam-packed full of beautiful and exciting things.
Continue reading “Slow Yoga Festival – Gili Air, October 2019”
It’s hard to know where to even start with this post. Because there is so much I want to share.
I’ve been at a beautiful festival gathering called ConFest for the past 8 days. It’s a festival in which every single person there is part of the volunteer team. There is no amplified music at any time, so there are just workshops all day and a fire space with a drum circle to dance to at night.
Continue reading “ConFest – April 2019”
I’ve just come back into my lovely little reality from an amazing weekend away at a festival called Jai Thep.
All of us crazy pyromaniacs were invited to spin fire for the festival in exchange for a free ticket and a bit of food.
Continue reading “Jai Thep, Thailand – February 2018”