Maintaining a faith and finding 'churches near me' while backpacking Hey friends. Today I'm writing a little about our faith, and how we plug in to faith-based communities and find churches while travelling (as well as tips to finding churches wherever you are in the world!) If you didn’t know . . .
Gentle parenting at Christmas Gentle parenting tips for the holiday season Gentle parenting: Hey guys! It's that time of year, with the madness and the frenzied shopping and the food buying and the present wrapping and the lots-of-people, and the puddings and the aunties and the trees and the . . .
Respectful parenting: Back to Love. Respectful parenting: Parenting in a world that has redefined Love Hey, all you lovely people. I just wanted to start by saying, "thank you." Thank you for reading my posts, thank you for letting me know that some of you have felt inspired to think in new ways . . .
Bali animals: The most dangerous animals in Bali Updated post: For those of you looking for information on which animals you need to be aware of in Bali, the simple answer is the following: Don't touch stray animals as there is a rabies issue with stray dogs. There are sometimes jellyfish . . .
Digital nomad blog: Why travel is not the opposite of consumerism Digital nomad blog: Is travel really different to materialism? (Before you dive in, have a nosey at our post on ‘why we’re not chasing our dream lifestyle’ for my thoughts on this as we set up our digital nomad blog before we . . .
Saying 'No' to our dream lifestyle Top o' the morning to ya, lovelies. We are eight short weeks away from leaving London for the start of our round the world trip, heading to Singapore as our first stop. We're excited and very much looking forward to seeing what adventures await us. I've been . . .
25 ways to use love languages to show love to your kids In my previous post about love languages I spoke about how helpful Patrick and I have found it to learn about love languages and use them to demonstrate care for each other. It is also a fantastic way to connect with your children; identifying . . .
Why living with less makes us richer Growing up in western society, particularly in London, can give one a very particular view of the world. We are taught from a very young age- through the media, sometimes by our families and by those around us- that our lives are supposed to have a fairly . . .
9 Ways Depression Has Made Me a Better Person Well this is a weird title, right? Depression is the hideous, mangey, snarling dog that prowls in the shadows of the mind. There is no escape, no matter how idyllic the surroundings and no rock to throw that will send it retreating into night. A . . .
Doubts on becoming a full time travelling family Whilst there is a lot of excitement and anticipation about our family round the world trip at the moment, there are also times when I feel a slight panic rising and I wonder if we are doing The Right Thing, or if we are completely mad. I feel that . . .