Christina Canters

My favourite places to eat in Rome

Aaron and I recently spent 6 weeks in Europe on a working holiday. This post is the first of a series sharing my local tips, recommendations and lessons learned from our time abroad. I’ll start with Rome, which is where we spent most of our time. We rented an Air BnB in Monte Verde, near […]

I’m going to Burning Man 2017

Burning Man has always been one of those “someday” experiences for me. It has always seemed so mystical; this bizarre concept of gathering with 80,000 other self-reliant people in a temporary metropolis in the middle of the desert. I had never pictured myself actually going, so in my head it’s been this ‘far away’ idea… […]

16 Things I Learned In 2016

Ok, so it’s the last day of 2016 and I’ve decided I’m going to punch out one last blog post for the year. And, keeping in with the tradition of this blog, of course it needed to be a ‘lessons learned’ post (you can read the 2013 post here, the 2014 post here and the […]

The Clear Mind Project: Coffee

So it’s been two-and-a-half weeks since I finished the 30 Day Blogging Challenge, and I haven’t posted anything since. Ironic, considering the point of the challenge was to nip my perfectionism in the bud and encourage me to post on a more regular basis. So anyway, I had this brainwave idea to set myself another […]

The 30 Day Blogging Challenge Post Wrap-Up

I did it! I made it through the 30 Day Blogging Challenge mostly unscathed. Honestly, it wasn’t as hard as I was expecting. It’s interesting how when you get intro a rhythm and a daily habit, things become easier. When I started, I had a bunch of ideas for articles, which helped to build momentum in the […]

Be aware of your blind spots

I had an incredible day yesterday MC-ing Run The World, Australia’s biggest conference for female entrepreneurs. We had 400 attendees come along to connect with each other and be inspired by the 8 speakers, who were all top Australian women entrepreneurs. It was my job to get the audience excited, introduce the speakers, moderate Q&A and keep […]