So, you’re planning a trip to a new city, tickets booked and your friend drops out at the last minute! Your heart drops to your bum at the thought of going alone but you decide to brave it anyway, can’t waste that ticket money and you need a break from work. Or you’re just tired of waiting on friends to be ready to travel and you decide to take the plunge by yourself. All I can say is a massive well done on taking the first step! Dance party! A variation of the first scenario was the beginning of my…

We are all pretty much glued to our phones, most of us would be lost without it (literally), and it’s actually scary! (I’m low-key scared of technology now thanks to Black Mirror!) There’s literally an app for everything- an app to help you sleep, drink more water, track your girlfriend’s menstrual cycle (serious eye roll!), for contraception (bruh, I know right!) and so on. Since we have all these apps and always need our phones, how about we make the phones work for us! There are so many apps available geared towards travel and helping you travel better. I’ve…

For a lot of people, the most common reason stopping them from travelling is “I can’t afford it”. Social media can sometimes make travel look expensive or reserved for the super-rich rolling in the dough (not true!). Take me, I’m definitely not super rich…yet (I wish, Jesus answer my call!). Flights are usually the most expensive part of any trip, so here I come, to the rescue, with some tips on how to book cheap flights that works for your budget, so by the end of this post you’re booking an affordable flight and dipping your toes in the ocean…

Since we were in Malaysia and it’s only an hour flight, we thought Why not? Let’s go to Singapore! Singapore is definitely the most modern and cleanest city I’ve been to, you could literally eat off the streets. Littering carries a SG$1000 fine (Ouch!) which could also explain why it’s been named the most expensive city in Southeast Asia! But don’t let that discourage you from visiting this beautiful country. I hold my purse strings TIGHT and I had a great experience here without blowing the bank and soaking garri (ground cassava) when I got home.

There’s so much to do in Singapore and if you’re on a short trip like we were, here’s what I believe are some must dos to add to your Singapore itinerary:

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