reasons why freelance is better than a full time job

8 reasons why being freelance is better than a full time job

On Friday 25th I left my far from perfect job in the council to start up life freelance again… and I love it. The positivity and happiness I have felt in the last week and a half has been incredible. I won’t be looking back! To celebrate my first few days of freelance I thought I […]

wine tasting at chilford Hall

Wine tasting in the UK at Chilford Hall

My trip to Chilford Hall was a birthday present from my friend Kaz. Afternoon tea, wine tasting and a vineyard tour for two, a brilliant present I have been looking forward to since my birthday in June. We managed to pick a perfect blue skied October day to enjoy it too. We arrived at Chilford […]

Baxter and Lily at Cleethorpes Beach

When Baxter met Lilly at Cleethorpes Beach

Last week I had my favourite boy staying with me, the love of my life… Baxter the Legend (sorry Philly), the family Jack Russell, the best dog in the world! If you follow me on Instagram you may already know Baxter the Legend from the numerous photos I have posted of his legendary adventures, or […]

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What’s the best accent to have while travelling?

When travelling long-term I met people from many different countries, from across Europe, Asia, America and beyond. Try as you might to guess where someone is from based on their looks, it gets increasingly harder in our international world. Scandinavians are predictably tall and blonde with smouldering, Viking blue eyes, Americans get typecast as chunky […]

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Advice for moving abroad

There is going on holiday, there is long term travel and there is moving abroad. All involve getting on a plane (probably) however all mean different needs and preparations that need to take place. Here are a few things to think about when moving abroad for a long time, and by long time I mean 6 […]

geysir iceland

A perfect recipe for a romantic break. 

It’s that time of year when things start to get a bit miserable before Christmas arrives. The sun has gone away for the winter, the bbqs and after work drinks in the park have fizzled to almost nothing and the long weeks with no bank holiday have arrived. BUT that doesn’t mean you can’t book […]