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Life in Ubud

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Trip to the UK: a trip to Grandad’s house

We had a lot of family scattered in various parts of the country to visit during our trip and spend quite a bit of time travelling. We only had a few days with my dad in Derbyshire but managed to squeeze in a lot (a little too much for Maya who was getting grumpy from...

Trip to the UK: Park Life

One of our favourite parts of being in the UK was the amazing parks that are found in every single neighbourhood. We just don’t have parks in Bali – most schools have some outdoor play equipment and there are big indoor play centres that you can pay for...

Catching up or starting over?

Sometimes you get so behind with things that it’s better just to throw in the towel and start with a clean slate. It’s been a shocking 6 months since I updated my blog and the longer the time stretched, somehow the harder it was to sit down and type up a...

Konmari-ing my house

One of the things that I struggle with the most at the moment is maintaining a balance between getting work done and keeping the house clean and tidy. Anyone with small kids will probably understand why this is such a challenge. I can spend 2 hours tidying the house...

Trip to the UK: 19 hours on a plane with a 5-year old and no iPad

Ok I’m finally getting around to writing about our UK trip which we took in June. Excuses for leaving it so long? Well my mac was dead for quite a while (after already being fixed in England and ended up needing a whole new logic board) but if you’ve been...

Maya is 5!

Time just goes so fast and she gets big so quickly. 5 seems like a big milestone for some reason – like¬†she’s transitioned¬†out of “little kid” and moving onto the next phase. She’s at school now with a load of new friends and a life...

Sparkle on

when your 4 year old finds the glitter…