bloggers in Bali

Link Love // The Friday Files

It's been a crazy week for the Blog Society team - from seeing Elizabeth Gilbert speak last weekend (yes she was amazing, lyrical and poetic), to welcoming some new faces to our team, a few early morning phone calls with the US to tee up some cool collaborations coming soon and finally a decision was made on a pretty big shift for us that was both wildly unexpected, slightly scary and altogether out of our comfort zone...but that is where all the good magic starts doesn't it?

Before things begin get really busy (April is going to be insanely crazy and wonderful as we head into launch mode and welcome new students into our next round of Digital Bravery!) we decided to head off to Bali with some friends for a bit of rest and relaxation so I'm currently typing this by the pool in the still of the morning - balmy air and incense all around me. It may be the calm before the storm but I'm enjoying every damn moment. Enjoy your weekend xx Jac

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When Bloggers Invade Bali // Travel


When bloggers invade Bali something magical happens or as evidenced by these photos, once in a lifetime memories take place. Earlier last year I was lucky enough to travel to Bali with a few blogging pals and stay for a few blissful days at Villa Sungai which I've come to realise as heaven on earth.

I've been waiting to share these photos with you for ages and have a few more up my sleeve to share later in the hope they can help cure the back to work blues (don't hate me but when you travel with photographers in tow the photos are too pretty not to post). One of the most incredible, jaw-dropping moments of the trip (and yes there were many) came in the form of a rice paddy picnic in Cepaka that saw us enjoying chilled wine, gourmet food all while taking in some of the most stunning scenery and light that I've ever seen. It was so perfect it almost seems ridiculous trying to convey the memory here but it certainly is etched into my brain as one of the most luxurious, and beautiful moments of my life.  I'll let the photos speak for themselves...  

Images: Luisa Brimble