100HappyDays Challenge!


Partaking in this challenge is something ive been interested in doing for the past couple of months. With its growing hype in social media and around the globe, I thought it was a pretty cool concept.

It is fair to say that there are people out there who tend to get wrapped up in their own little world and that they don’t really take the time to appreciate all the wonderful things happening around them. Lifes simple pleasures. Things that make us happy… and lets be honest, we are all guilty of this.  As a London local, I know how much of a rat race it can be.  Gloomy looking people on the tubes every day hidden in their morning newspapers, no one uttering a word or making any eye contact as the airy sound of the train passes through station to station.  So your probably wondering why I actually  made the move here then? Well, the answer is simple. Travel; Culture; A fresh challenge. I needed a change and the only sane thing to do was to move nearly 10,000 miles away to one of the most phenomenal cities in the world.

Nearly three years on, this city has really grown on me. More than I ever thought it would have done.  Ive learnt to appreciate all the ‘small things’ and my continues travels through Europe has really taught me so many incredible life experiences; which I have to say, money just cannot buy.

When I stumbled across this challenge I was very intrigued to find out more. Taking a picture of something that makes you feel happy for 100 consecutive days.  I mean, how hard could this really be?  Especially in this emotional roller-coaster of a city. Not surprisingly, 71% of people have actually failed this challenge, quoting they did not have the time!

So I am now ready to get snap happy.  I hope in turn this will inspire you to give it a go as well.


DAY 1 & 2

17 April 2014

Sub Focus @ Brixton Academy My first time at the iconic music venue to see Sub Focus aka Nick Douwma. An absolute mesmerizing live performance with probably one of the best lighting shows ive ever seen from a DJ.


18 April 14

Making a carrot and ginger juice with my wicked juicer. Packed with nutrients such as Vitamin A, B, C and E it also has a number of health benefits. I’m hoping I will be able to see better in the dark in the next couple of weeks 🙂

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