Travelling with toddlers can never be as light as we want. Unfortunately. However, it is a good fortune that nowadays there are lots of useful products on the store which can make the trip run on wheels. I appreciate all the gadgets that make my life easier especially when it comes to family journeys with… View more
If you landed here looking for the best no bake millionaires shortbread tart then you have come to the right place. Though I must warn you that this tart comes with a health warning. If you are looking to indulge then I suggest that you read on. Just don’t blame me for those extra pounds… View more
After Las Dalias sent our senses into overdrive. It was only right to have a more relaxed plan for the next day. I couldn’t believe that we were already on our second day. We haven’t even scratched the surface! But we must make the most of our time here, and today we wanted to check… View more
Traveling for the holidays can be super-fun or super-stressful. When you’re a single parent traveling with your children, chances are it will be on the stressful side. You have to get all their luggage packed, loaded up and checked in, then you have to get them to an airport gate or in the car, then… View more
Though I could have happily stayed in the hotel this entire holiday, it was our main intention to get out there and find out more about the northern part of the island. Our friends who had worked and lived in Ibiza had given us a list of places to go and things to try. And… View more
My husband and I are close. I mean, extremely close! Not only that we are (obviously) married to each other. We are also co-workers, full-time parents, and we run a business from home. Which 99% the of time means that were together 24 hours, 7 days a week! Ok. This intimate setting might not be… View more
You see, starting a new school year in Valencia is more than just waving your child goodbye at the school gates. I found that different schools in Spain have their own way of doing things. To be an efficient parent; planning and understanding how the system works is the key.
Putting your child in education in Spain can be quite an expensive affair. Unlike in the UK where the majority of school materials are free, in Spain materials such as books, notepads, papers and anything else that your child will use will need to be bought by yourself. During the first year of our son… View more
What makes a family want to uproot themselves and move to a completely different country? There is nothing easy about giving up everything you know, especially when it comes to language, family, friends and all the things you grew up knowing and being comfortable with.
So with a light-hearted look, I would like to share with you just some of the high and lows of blogging by describing them by using emojis!
Do you write about brands purely based on your personal opinion or do just write about anything and everything with the intention to get as much popularity or monetary gain?
From the 1st to the 19th of March of every year, gunpowder, parties, paellas, fire and music take precedence over the whole city. So if it’s noise, fireworks and celebrations that you’re looking for then the Fallas festival is for you.
Hands up if you’re addicted to Instagram!!! Ok, well, if you’re anything like me then I guess you have the Instabug when it comes to taking photos and sharing them with your followers at any given time.
Hanging wall pots with geraniums have been associated with the Mediterranean since I can remember. But did you know that as well as making houses look pretty they also had a purpose?
Denia is about an hour and a half south of Valencia situated in the province of Alicante. It’s a historic, cosmopolitan and cultural city that has remained free of mass tourism and has grown organically preserving all its authenticity.
There are many articles out there on how to work from home efficiently. But what about work at home mums who also need to keep their sanity? How do we function as a mum, wife and keep the business going at the same time without losing our damn minds!?! Here are some tips and tricks, in keeping myself focused. So I can enjoy a productive and happy balance between running a business and family life.
Have you ever wondered why sometimes no matter how good the lighting is or how carefully you take your photos it seems to come out blurry or it looks like it’s been taken by a two-year-old? It doesn’t look good, right? But this can be easily fixed. Here are my 5 easy tricks on how to… View more
I would say that Altea is probably one of my favourite towns in Alicante. Only an hour and a half drive south of Valencia it’s a town with a lot of character and relaxed surroundings, quite surprising as it’s only a 15-minute drive away from the vibrant atmosphere of Benidorm. After visiting Altea more than… View more
It was 1985. I was making mud pies and flying kites. Madonna’s ‘Like A Virgin’ was number one on the charts and that was also the time when I played my first computer game. Donkey Kong on the Game & Watch was my first introduction to technology and I LOVED IT!!! How times have changed. Don’t get… View more
In the past decade, many cat cafés have opened all over the world and as a cat lover myself, I am pleased to tell you that the first cat cafe has finally arrived in Valencia, Spain! Did you know that the cat café concept originally started in Taiwan? Many Taiwanese love cats, but are unable to own… View more