Ice cream and sunkissed skin

As Easter approached England, the weather decided to rise sky high (for this part of the world at least). We woke up on good Friday to 22 Celsius and quickly opened all the windows in the house, making plans to leave as soon as possible while we rushed to put our clothes on. One thing […]

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A heartbeat

And there was silence long before a little heartbeat. We spend our lives hearing people are pregnant. It might be your neighbour, a cousin or a friend. It’s almost always something that brings a smile to people’s faces – ‘When is the due date?’ – ‘When will you know the gender?’ – ‘How did your […]

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Long roadtrip tips

In December ‘18 my husband and I took a long road trip from the UK to the north of Sweden and we’ve learned some things about long road trips. We have done some road trips before but nothing this long. Here are some tips for you, that like us, decided to ditch the cheap Ryanair […]

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Road Trip to Sweden pt1

The sounds of the ocean, lighthouses and the seagulls flying around – the sunset – it’s hard not to feel inspired. It was around 12pm when Kevin showed up at my workplace so we could start our journey. Our first destination was Dover in England and from there we would get a ship to Calais […]

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A (colder) winter is coming!

I haven’t been a good blogger in the last couple of weeks but this time I do have good reasons for that.  First is the fact that I haven’t been around my camera lately – I have taken for granted how dark it gets at 4pm when it’s Winter and still have to learn how […]

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Too much on my plate

I’ve been married for almost 3 years and have moved three times – one of them was overseas. When you have so much on your plate in so little time it’s extremely easy to forget about yourself. I’ve always loved to read and write, it’s something I have a passion for. I would long to […]

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A walk at the park + daily ramblings

I write this on a cold Saturday, the sun as a gentleman that he is has let the clouds go first and make the day extremely grey.  Last weekend we went to see The Crimes of Grindewald with a friend at VUE in Oxford. Even though I now live in Wiltshire I’m just a drive […]

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