Welcome to Onewaytik
Hello! I’m Michelle, a New Zealand-based Travel & Lifestyle Blogger who feeds my passion for travel, adventures and appreciating the simple things in life through captivating words and photographs on this blog.
In this modern day, we are engulfed with varying pressures, such as replying to every message instantly, ticking off certain milestones, climbing the corporate ladder or meeting expectations of our own or others. It’s refreshing to take a step back and focus on what is really important to you and living in the present.
Do you remember the first time you travelled, or experienced something new? It can make you feel like a kid again and bring out your inner child. Your senses light up with new surroundings, languages, flavours and scent. It’s the simple things.
I strive to live like this everyday, even when I’m not globe-trotting. Whether it’s connecting with like-minded individuals, trying a new café, planning my next adventure, or taking the time to chat to the barista serving you.
Onewaytik started off as an online travel diary to share with family and friends when I embarked on my OE to Asia with a one way ticket in 2013 and taught English in a small city in China called Anqing. This blog has developed into a continuous creative project where I can share honest and inspiring travel and lifestyle stories of my own and of other amazing individuals who share the same dream of living a life they truly desire.
Thanks for stopping by and do reach out if you’d like to share your unique story, or simply want to say hi and connect!
– Michelle xx
Sick idea doing a blog! You guys are awesome. Me and Nik miss both of you. Have fun and keep the updates coming, yeww!
Glad you think so! We’ll try to keep it updated. Can’t get facebook once we get to China unfortunately. Hope all is good on your end!!! 🙂
You guys are awesome! just discovered this blog from one of your posts. Can’t wait to make a cuppa tea and sit down and read all about your adventures 🙂
Awww thanks for following Kat!! Hope you enjoy reading the stories as much as we enjoyed experiencing them xxx
Just wanted to say this is such a cool blog!! I just read behind classroom doors in Japan..very interesting!
Thanks Katie! I have another perspective on Japan soon to be published.. stay tuned 🙂
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