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A TashTastic Life

A blog about living an intentional, happy and healthy life!

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Travelling

Travelling is the best way to spend your money. Travelling creates memories that will last a lifetime. Travelling pushes you to grow more than you thought possible.

Travel awakened my soul

Travel - it's a funny thing. We pack up some things and we leave the comforts of home. We leave the routine, the normal and the way we do things and we set off on an adventure to learn and... Continue Reading →

My Chi Journey – Ubud, Bali

In today's world we always look for instant gratification, quick fixes, instant happiness. Unfortunately, it doesn't work like that. Happiness and pure joy must be found inside ourselves for it to be lasting. After attending the My Chi Journey retreat in... Continue Reading →

Porto and Lisbon, Portugal – Perfect ending to Europe

Six weeks later and I end my Europe adventure in Portugal. What a stunning place! I don't think I had enough time in Porto, so I will definitely be back to explore more of Portugal - maybe at the same... Continue Reading →

Barcelona, an open letter to you

Barcelona, where do I begin? I was apprehensive at first, I didn't know what to expect. Most said you are their favourite city. Some said you were great but a little dangerous with pick pockets and dodgyness. Everyone said you... Continue Reading →

Amsterdam, Netherlands – You so pretty

Amsterdam, you are a pretty little thing. Your canals, your streets lined with beautifully green trees. Just so lovely! I really enjoyed my time in Amsterdam, it was a bigger more touristy city than Utrecht, where I spent a night... Continue Reading →

Berlin, Germany – A history filled city!

Berlin is filled with so much history. A city that has been through so much and yet, the Germans have not shy'd away from acknowledging what mistakes were made, but have recognised great suffering and horrible events with very unique monuments. Memorial... Continue Reading →

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