Carol Watts

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7 Powerful Mantras to Stop You from Overreacting and Arguing with People

Over the past several years, there’s a way of being that I’ve gradually been cultivating in myself – I’ve been taming my tendency to overreact and …


Wildlife Photographer David Yarrow shares his photography techniques

GMax Studios in association with YouPic proudly brings to you an interview with renowned wildlife photographer David Yarrow.<p>David Yarrow one of the …


107+ Blog Post Ideas for a Rocket Start

With this ultimate list of ideas, you’ll never run out of things to write about. Use our list to get some inspiration, and get writing! Still …


50+ Places To Repurpose Your Content: The Ultimate Guide

You’ve spent hours slaving away on your content. You’ve done everything you can to make sure that it is of high quality. You’ve added images. You’ve …


One photographer is documenting the surprisingly beautiful doors of the world

Travelling can often present us with surprising beauty in unexpected places. One photographer turned that surprise into a stunning collection of beautiful ‘Doors of the World’.<p>Portuguese photographer André Vicente Gonçalves is already known for his ongoing Windows of the World project, documenting …

Giant’s Causeway of County Antrim

Changing Planet<p><b>The tale of the two giants…</b><p>According to Irish mythology, there once lived a pair of giants, Finn McCool (or Fionn Mac Cumhaill) in Northern Ireland and Benandonnar across the channel in Scotland. The two giants were aware of each other, and loathed each other, especially since their …

Northern Ireland’s most spectacular rope bridge

County Antrim is home to one of the island’s most precious seascapes – dotted with medieval castles, colourful glens and a historic, adventurous suspension bridge.


Why Travel Is More About Losing Yourself Than Finding Yourself

I'm sorry but I can't, I just can't stand all the clichéd nonsense when people say they're going traveling to "find themselves."<p>You can picture the scene I'm sure, young idealists jetting off round the world talking about how they're going to discover this whole new personality while they buy a few …

South-east Asia

"A 6am flight will be totally fine," 25 thoughts people have while flying on budget airlines

We’ve all been there, you fancy some sun, and come across bargain flights online, that you’d be crazy not to snap up. Anyone who has taken a budget flight, might identify with one, or two, of these..<p>1. I definitely can’t afford a holiday.<p>2. Oh no wait, £22 to Greece? I’m there.<p>3. OH… £22 + £117 …


The Best Places to Travel in May

During this popular travel month, it’s still possible to find respite from the crowds—or make your way into the middle of the action.<p>The world’s mood …

Monaco Grand Prix

9 overrated tourist destinations — and their (better) alternatives

There are a number of must-sees when planning a trip to any new destination. If it's Paris, you have to see the Eiffel Tower. If it's New York, you have to see Time Square, right? While these spots could be on your itinerary, they may not be as exciting as you imagined, according to some people.<p>A …


5 Creative Alternatives to Hotels While Traveling

Calling all wanderers, free spirits and boho babes: The open road is beckoning, and adventure is the only true destination. Maybe it’s just summer excitement and #vanlife that’s got us obsessively looking at Instagram vacays, but these overnight travel options have got us breaking all of our …


2016 Mentor Series Travel Photo Contest



Canyonlands National Park - Canyonlands Utah

Imagine wave after wave of deep canyons, towering mesas, pinnacles, cliffs and spires stretching across 527 square miles. This is Canyonlands …

National Parks

Seven Reasons to Become a Travel Blogger

<b>Travel blogging</b> is a journal that the whole world can read and it is the main reason behind me setting up my own travel blog. I set up Sophie's Suitcase for both my friends and family to read whilst I was on my travels backpacking around South East Asia back in 2012. Nowadays everyone is writing …

South-east Asia

8 Creative Ways to Manage Your Tasks & Projects Effectively Using Trello Boards

Learn eight ways you and your team can use Trello to work better, from brainstorming to project management to conducting user research.

Project Management