The Christmas holidays are over, so its definitely time I came back and spent some time on this little space of mine!
Our Christmas Holidays.
We have had such a wonderful few weeks all off together. The boys were off school for 4 weeks so we definitely fully switched off and relaxed. Mark had to go to the UK to do some interviews for new staff but other than that he was home with us the whole time.
I think having the 4 weeks over Christmas helped to have other focuses apart from Christmas day itself. Don’t get me wrong, I love Christmas, but with a shorter holiday I feel like that is all you have time to think about and it can be a bit intense!
A while ago I decided that I was going to start doing some posts about the cost of living in Seychelles. It is a topic I get asked about a lot! Recently, I covered the cost of utilities; electric, water and gas. This time I’m covering food!
Cost of living is, I think, a very personal thing. This is perhaps most true when it comes to food!
Because of that, I asked a couple of friends to give me their budgets for food too. I hope that will help to give a little more well rounded idea of the cost of living in Seychelles.
You might love your pet more than anything else in the world, but are you as fond of their odor? Having a pet is the best, but the smells they leave behind can be very trying.
Traditionally pets were always kept outside. Nowadays, however, they are allowed to cuddle up on the sofa when you’re watching TV, snuggle up in bed with you, and take trips in the car. Such constant companionship comes at a heavy price: all your furnishings and even your clothes are going to have that pet smell (eau de wet dog anyone?!) . Try some of these ideas to get rid of pet smells from your home.
I get a lot of questions about the cost of living in Seychelles, so it is about time I wrote a post about it.
I’m not going to lie, I have attempted to cover this in the past. Cost of living is such a massively variable thing, I’ve never been quite sure how to tackle it.
To stop this from being an absolute monster of a blog post I’m going to break it up a little bit. Today I’m covering utilities; Electricity, Water and Gas. I have also written a post on the costs of food. I’ll cover other expenditures in a future posts
Travelling is a wonderful way to see the world, explore new places and immerse yourself in a different culture. However, it can be expensive, particularly if you are a frequent traveller or you’re with the whole family. Luckily, there are many ways in which you can cut costs and stick to your budget without compromising your travel adventures.
I DO! 6 Honeymoon destinations newlyweds WANT to travel to
Many brides to be will tell you that choosing their honeymoon destination is almost as difficult as the wedding venue! Whether it’s a far flung beach in a stunning, tropical location, a city that’s full of culture and bright lights or maybe something that’s a little more budget friendly.
If you’re struggling for inspiration then don’t worry. Check out these 6 top honeymoon destinations that newlyweds want to visit!
So I recently wrote a post with a few ideas of places to take a short break in and around the UK with kids that are on our bucket list. I thought I would follow that up with our bucket list of things to do with the family in London.