About

These are my stories and images captured from a lifestyle I am so passionate about living. Second best to being in the moment of exhilarating adventure, is sharing that experience with the world through writing and photography. To inspire. To captivate. Because life should be anything but mediocre. 
The ocean well and truly took a piece of my heart, when I learnt to ride waves at 14 years old. I deeply value the fulfilling experiences of travel, over gathering material possessions.  I thrive to inspire female surfers to take a step out of their comfort zone and jump into the thrill of solo travel. Without boundaries or fears.
Follow my journey into the unknown where one thing will always remain the same. The deep trust for the path that I’m on. A wild dance with the eternal spirit.
Shannon Davidson
Instagram: @surfchickareta

 

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Why I’ve switched to vegan protein

When I switched to brown rice/pea protein I nearly vomited at the taste. And to think that some vegan advocates can describe such a taste as earthy, as if to make it sound somewhat inviting. While it takes preparation time to make my new pre-gym vegan shake, I’ve found it all to be worth it … Continue reading Why I’ve switched to vegan protein

How to master your flow state and score more waves

Karma and energy. Could these two dominating aspects of existence have anything to do with being in the right place, at the right time, for that one perfect wave that stays in your memory for a lifetime? Of course there’s such thing as fluking, but I think that there’s something bigger at play. I mention … Continue reading How to master your flow state and score more waves

What’s your likeability?

More and more I find that I’m trying to re-create a positive view in my mind of social media. But it’s a challenge because for me it’s always been a love, hate relationship. I mean how many of us critically judge our likeability based on our amount of likes? We return to our screens every … Continue reading What’s your likeability?

Travelling through Muslim countries as a solo female

In Bali it’s not uncommon to see Western girls freely strutting around with bronzed arse cheeks hanging out of the bottom of ripped denim shorts. However, there’s a strong likelihood they’re there for the vortex of clubs, beaming with hot surfers tanked up on $1 shots of Arak, looking for a good time. But I … Continue reading Travelling through Muslim countries as a solo female

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