Goodbye, England!

If you thought that the fact that I’ve already moved countries before (actually, not long ago) would make me prepared for it this time, you thought wrong. I forget how much of a mess two people can make in a house, especially because we’re not bringing anything with us either than clothes and some special […]

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From England to Sweden.

While life goes on, people change clothes, jobs, relationships, views and routine. Some go a bit beyond and change houses, neighbourhood, state and countries. And that’s what we’ve decided to do as a family: Move. Again. Reasons were plenty – we’re searching for the quality of life that we strive to have. It’s incredibly easy […]

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Pregnancy update

Pregnancy. Something that I wondered for a while in the past if I would ever experience and if I ever did, how it would be. I’ve had problems with polycystic ovaries when I was a teenager and did treat it so the cysts would disappear, but I was always told by the doctors that I […]

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Taking things lightly + house update

After five months of dealing with Mortgage Advisors, State Agents and Solicitors I come here to say that we have…NOT bought a house ☹ Yes, exactly what you’ve just read. We have decided to pull out after some research about the house – it was just not exactly what we needed right now and we […]

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Planning our next trip

After the lovely weather we had on Easter here in England, Kevin and I have been eager to get some time off work to travel somewhere. The situation isn’t the best as, again, we’re on the process of buying a house by ourselves that needs a lot of DYI (I’m sure you’re tired of hearing […]

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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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