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What travelling alone with kids taught me

For the last two years the world has been our oyster but what many people don’t realise is that I’ve done it mostly alone and with our three kids. You see, just over two years ago Richard got a new job and after lots of faffing around being told he could live in Malaysia or…

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  • RaiyaAugust 1, 2018 - 6:51 am

    Really admire you Emma, I hope we meet again one day.  Big hugs. X

  • RaiyaAugust 1, 2018 - 7:01 am

    ps. welcome to Bucharest .. I’ll feed you and show you all my city.  It’s time we had a chance to chat, as we never have had so before .   Wishing you the best.

  • EmmaAugust 1, 2018 - 3:33 pm

    Thank you Raiya 🙂

10 things we loved about LA

It has taken me thirty-nine years to visit LA (America)! I hasten to add that for at least the last fifteen of those years I have dragged my feet about visiting the good ole USA, muttering things about their disastrous foreign policy, bomb dropping, Monsanto, food quality, gun control, power happy law enforcement, scary border…

We have principles & we stood for them!

This post is about brand principles and morality and standing up for what you believe in, rather than selling your soul for greater blog traffic and likes. It also discusses what we consider to be animal abuse. What is HARO? HARO stands for Help A Reporter. This means that reporters & journalists send in requests…

Dog & kid friendly castles in Northumberland

We joined English Heritage & The National Trust just before we re-homed Hachi the Malamute with a view to ‘castle bagging’ during our time back in the UK. We didn’t even give it a second thought as to how dog friendly those castles were or even consider that they might not allow dogs to enter. Woops!…

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