Are you starting high school this year? It's time to get excited with our top ten quotes for getting your head into gear! 1. Take a deep breath, it's just a bad day. Not a bad life. 2. Your attitude determines your direction. 3.Never say "I can't", Always say - "I'll try"... 4. Wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it. Right is right, even if no one is doing it. 5. If you see someone without a smile, give them one of yours. 6. You can have results or excuses, not both. 7.
To Uluru before heading home... The last leg of the tour. Folks, Last but not least we made our way through South Australia to The Northern Territory before heading home. If you missed Part 1 – QLD, Part 2 – NSW or Part 3 - VIC you can catch up here. (Picture - Amba enjoying a rare double rainbow) After leaving Victoria, we followed the road along the South Australian Coast and stumbled upon some magical small towns seated beside the bluest water. We completely mistimed the M
To Portland, from Marlo "Totally in awe of Victoria." Hi again folks - Pat here, You guessed it – it’s time to share the details of the 3rd state on The Finding Your Path Book Tour – Victoria. If you missed Part 1 – QLD or Part 2 – NSW you can catch up here. If you're up to date, read on... (Photo - First stop Victoria, Marlo Camp site) Night one in Victoria set the standards high! Not only did Amba & James break their camp set up time, but the beauty of Victoria absolutely s
To Merimbula, from Byron Bay Another state, another adventure. Hey folks, it’s Pat the Patriot camper trailer again – here to recap the past few months after Amba and James explored the state of New South Whales. (If you missed Part 1: QLD you can read it here.) First stop - Newrybar, a few kilometers from Byron Bay, perched on the hilltop of a friends incredible Macadamia farm hosting over 20,000 trees. The weather fears they spoke of in QLD came crashing down without any me
Finding Your Path Book Tour Australia Part 1: Queensland To Brisbane from Cairns It’s been 45 days; if you don’t count the speed trip to The Cape James took with his Dad before Amba jumped in at Cairns. Trust. They’ve already given me the lamest and least thought given name going – Pat. Yes, I’m a Patriot camper trailer. Straight out of the factory and gunmetal grey, but thanks to James and the red dust of the north you can now recognise me as part red. ‘Red’, see there’s a n
I was never one of those people who knew exactly what they wanted to ‘be’ from a young age. My professional aspirations see-sawed between journalism and fashion design, to speech pathology and back up dancing (for Janet Jackson, to be specific). Being forced to choose subjects in Year 10, that would narrow down my interests into Year 11 and 12, was torture. I knew what I was good at – English, mainly. But I liked lots of other subjects too – Environmental Science, Photography