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,
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
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
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
It's been just over two years since my 8-year-old have visited the UK. With school to adjust to, I have prevented him from taking any unnecessary time off and of course, time flies, and before I knew it it's been
Maintaining a successful blog is not easy. Many underestimate the amount of work that really goes on behind the scenes. I started blogging 8 years ago and in the early days, blogging wasn't as competitive as it is today. Technology
I really couldn't stand it anymore. I ran out of some decent Asian ingredients over 6 months ago and some things you just can't buy in Carrefour! I was really missing some ingredients in my weekly cooking, such as; coconut
In the early days, I felt like my head was going to explode with all the new information that came with living in a different country and I particularly found it tough adjusting to the Spanish education system. While there
A photo I took on the Pal-Arinsal ski slopes from our family road trip to Andorra. The view was amazing! The kids had a great time tobogganing while I sat and watched (and drank wine!) :P
1. The smell of Azahar Valencia is named as the Orange Blossom Coast (Costa del Azahar). Every year you can literally smell spring in the air. These small white flowers on the orange trees are called Azahar and as they bloom
This post is long overdue. I have been meaning to write up about our trip to Andorra just after Christmas. This trip didn't take much planning and it was something that we and our friends have decided at the last
Staring at a blank screen and finding the right words to string together to make a worthy blog post is probably one of the most frustrating things about blogging. There are times when you just can’t find the inspiration and
Even though the calçotada is a long term Catalan tradition, you don't have to be in Catalonia to enjoy this messy gastronomic gathering! Last weekend was my second calçotada experience with friends here in Valencia. To be honest, I think
Lately, I've been getting a lot of emails from young families wanting to live in Valencia and I love reading them because it reminds me of myself a few years ago when we initially thought about moving to Spain.
The C Word Would you believe that we are only a little month over away until Christmas?! I started this month with good intentions, all planned out so that the 'C' word doesn't creep up on me, but no. This
I wanted to post something while the thought is still fresh in my mind. For the second time in a year, Paris was brought down to its knees again by terrorism. This time, affecting more innocent people as they go
HOMEWORK. One word that send chills into many expat parents in Spain. A subject that can guarantee a reaction in many expatriates gathering! If you're an expat parent in Spain with young children, I'm sure you know what I mean! Since my