Sometimes it’s nice to just get away. Get away from the hustle and bustle of city living. Lately, I have found myself feeling uninspired. I’ve felt stuck because I’ve been wanting to create content but I have been at a loss of what to create. I hate those times because as much as I want to put content out there I don’t want to put something out there for the sake of putting something out there. I’ve been taking a few short online courses lately to do with branding and marketing yourself as a business and the one thing that has been a key factor is consistency. I’m a huge perfectionist so I won’t put out anything I feel half hearted about.
I find in these moments it’s best to literally and completely remove myself from the situation and get away.
This past weekend I went to visit family at Kiama (my get away haven). Kiama is almost a second home to me as it brings not only complete beauty and serenity but childhood memories and most importantly family. I’m actually surprised I haven’t done a blog post talking about Kiama yet. As I mentioned earlier I sometimes feel it’s great to get away from city living. As much as I love Sydney it can sometimes be overwhelming. When I am able to and ready to move out of home once I have finished my uni degree I think I might actually move out of Sydney to somewhere a little more laid back. I’ve had my eyes set on the Southern Highlands for ages so we’ll what happens. I want to move somewhere where the commute to the city is still manageable but at a distance.
Kiama is located just roughly 2 hours south of Sydney. It’s a coastal town known for it’s pristine beaches, caravan parks and abundance of cafe’s and restaurants. Sometimes I wonder why people go on about Sydney’s beaches. Just travel a couple of hours south to see what’s really worth seeing. If you are ever visiting Sydney then I highly recommend taking a visit or making a trip as i’m sure you won’t regret it.