Why You Will Love Lapland At First Glance

Why You Will Love Lapland At First Glance

My absolute best holiday ever! Never mind the cold, I love snow and the experiences I had in just a short week felt like a whole month fully packed with sheer awesomeness. But before I get ahead of myself, I want to take you to a holiday in the cold. And trust me, you won’t […]

10 Reasons You Should be Planning Your Lapland Adventure Now

10 Unmissable Reasons to Visit Lapland this Year

While the sun is warming up the air down here in Australia and the air conditioned shopping malls blast forth Christmas music, I am missing the cold and crisp air with the promise of snow. There won’t be any this year for me. Therefore, you will find me donning a Christmas hat and heating up […]

Your Downloadable Snow Vacation Packing List for Your Next Adventure

Your Downloadable Winter Vacation Packing List for Your Next Adventure

What is it with me always choosing travelling times when destinations generally give you the cold shoulder? I went to study in England when the leaves started falling. I biked through the snow to get to work in Sweden. And I visited New Zealand and Australia in winter and left when the heat wave was […]

River cruise on the Elbe near Dresden

Instagram Round up August – Castles, Oceans and Snow

Here it is, the second installment of my new roundup series to keep you updated on all the stuff that is going on ON and OFF the blog. This month has been pretty unspectacular as I am still trying to settle in to a semi-nomadic state. It’s been hard. The less I travel, the more […]

My Austrian Alp Holiday with Snow and Shakespeare in Summer

I was in Austria and hiking the mountains under the cover of my trusty raincoat. You guessed right, it was raining during the first days of my press trip with Austria Tourism. I had managed to survive a cow gang grouping up on me and now there was no more (not so bad) trouble (except […]

Sicily's Taormina - How to Take a Surprise Trip Without Breaking the Bank

How to Take a Surprise Trip Without Breaking the Bank

The moment I stepped out of the car and overlooked the Australian plateau beneath my feet with thousands of tiny gumtree trees dotting the area, I felt as if I had landed in Africa. Now, Africa is a huge continent and no country is the same, but at that moment I knew I had to […]

Media Appearances and Writing Portfolio

Travel on the Brain has been featured and guest published on many different online platforms and magazine, sharing her travel knowledge and providing content for the travel community. For interviews or to hire the brand or creator for tailored content, get in touch and take a look at the Travel on the Brain press kit. […]

Lucky Streak for Once? Award Season on Travel on the Brain

Remember when I told you last week I was awarded for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award? Guess what, on my birthday I got a second nomination. Thank you Laura from Savoured Journeys! What a nice coincidence and surprise. I am still not done frolicking over my third award and now I’ve got the […]

The Top 5 Cities from where to Explore Europe

This one goes out to all those travellers that prefer to have a base or are thinking of settling in one location in Europe but always have the optional of being able to just up and go for a weekend when an unbeatable last minute deal comes along. And let’s be honest, who wouldn’t wan […]

Who is Travel on the Brain?

What does Travel on the Brain mean? I presume your visit is driven by an acute infection of the travel bug. In that case, I have good and bad news for you. The bad news is, there is no cure for. It becomes a chronic state of mind, you will have travel on your mind […]

Where the Sand Turns to Towers with Aussie Wanderer

This post was sponsored. Not long after having arrived in Perth did I already start packing my bags again for a trip thanks toAussie Wanderer and I packed everything that wasn’t even remotely suited for 40°C weather pushed way down in my backpacker. I was going up North and the thermometer would rise with each […]

16 European Cities You Must Put on Your Bucketlist

16 European Places You Must Put on Your Bucketlist

The first half of my year travelling the world solo has been such a ride and I have been asked a lot about where I have been before that, which places I can recommend and generally lots of travel related questions. Being European that seemed so exotic to many people I’ve met from Australia and […]