“Call me a wanderer.”

We 💗 travel. Here’s a preview of our Travel stories in Everly Issue 3.

Escape, unwind and reset in the idyllic Greek Islands. Guest writer Paula Hagiefremidis takes us to ‘her Greece’ and explains why this part of the world continues to enrich her soul and satiate her creativity time after time. Everly is so grateful to Paula for sharing her insights, travel tips and profound love for the Greek Islands in this special feature. Paula is a mentor and her specialty is helping people get unstuck. She is also behind the much-loved journal Mediterranean Wanderer and is no stranger to running retreats in this beautiful part of the world.

Paula Hagiefremidis sits at a wooden table wearing a white dress

(Photo courtesy of Loc Boyle)

Here’s a preview of our Travel stories in Everly Issue 2.

Take a peek behind the curtain with one of the leading luxury travel influencers in our Issue 2 cover story. Danielle Greentree of Travel A Little Luxe fame has managed to set herself apart from the rest. She never set out to become a go-to travel influencer, but sometimes careers and true callings pull us in unexpected directions. Her camera roll includes jaw-dropping photos from around the world, but it’s probably highlights from the Maldives and the Mediterranean that prove most popular.

travel_a_little_luxe : Danielle riding a bicycle along a boardwalk surrunded by crystal-clear sea water and bungalows in the distance
(Photo courtesy of Travel A Little Luxe)

Talented Scotsman Stuart Mckay started his photography side hustle back in 2019. We’re so lucky to be able to share some of his stunning images in our Whisk Me Away travel photography feature. Get swept up in the magic!

A pink painted castle stands at the end of a long driveway surrounded by forest and a pastel sunset sky

(Photo above courtesy of Stuart Mckay)

Aussie Oliver Gee from The Earful Tower podcast shares his thoughts on the best way to spend 24 hours in Paris. After the topsy-turvey year of 2020 and restricted travel, so many Francophiles are itching to get back to the City of Light to soak up all the wondrous, sensory delights (once it’s safe to do so, of course!).

A Paris scene featuring a bridge crossing the River Seine
(Photo by Pierre Blaché, Pixabay)

… And here’s a preview of our Travel stories from Everly Issue 1.

Our 48 hour guide to Milan is ideal reading if you’re planning a trip (in the post-pandemic world), but you’re short on time. We’ve picked out some of the best highlights from around the city including what to see, where to eat, how to get around, the best areas for shopping and where to relax. Our night-time bar and restaurant guide will make it easier to narrow down your choices.

Mangia bene, ridi spesso, ama molto!

Milan's Navigli neighbourhood by the canal at sunset
We also have a look behind the scenes in Paris where Aussie entrepreneurs are taking specialty coffee and brunches to new heights. Everly chats to Coutume cafe, Good News Coffee Shop, Honor and Neighbours Paris, who’re all delivering full tummies, food comas and big smiles to a growing fan base.

Customers sitting at the front counter of a Parisian cafe
(Photo above courtesy of Rid Burman)