There are more to us bloggers that meet the eye! From branching off into other blogging topics, running a family/household, to working full time 9-5’s – it’s sometimes hard for us to fit our actual travel in! This bloggers-tell-all post explains how we juggle blogging, travel, work and every-day life. How I Travel (Infrequently) and
Being knocked up abroad, I was still able to celebrate my pregnancy with my friends and family from around the world – read more about our DIY maternity shoots and my Virtual Baby Shower!!
Traveling can be stressful, and the thought of moving to another country (at first) can seem daunting. Obviously it’s exciting, but it’s also slightly terrifying….no? Just me? Well, I have no shame in admitting my move(s) abroad have been scary!! But, as uncertain as it was, moving to another country improved my life in more
There, I said it. I wish I had spent more time being selfish during my pregnancy. Not so much in the “indulge-in-my-every-whim” / “buy-all-the-expensive-baby-things” ways – but in the “this is about me” way. My pregnancy isn’t over yet, though! 5 weeks (hopefully less!) to go, and I’ve finally started to celebrate and indulge myself
The glucose/sugar test, an extra ultrasound, meeting up with my pregnant expat friends and taking an emergency/last minute flight to Canada at 27 weeks pregnant. My second trimester was adventurous and incredible, even though the back pains and swollen feet were getting out of control! You can read about my first trimester HERE. The second trimester
I’ve written a post similar to this a long time ago, called How to Move to Another Country (Without Losing Yourself). This is one of my most popular posts to date, and I think it’s because moving to another country changes your life. Sometimes (the times you read about on blogs like this), it’s for
Frankfurt is (to this day) one of my favourite cities to tour around in – and I’ve only spent SIX HOURS there! The first stop on my first ever solo adventure, Frankfurt blew my mind in such a short time. From the airport, I ventured with the train into the heart of the city. You
This post was written by Colleen – a digital nomad who said goodbye to her corporate job in pursuit of traveling the world. She works wherever she has Wi-Fi and is determined to collect experiences instead of things. You can follow her adventures at Travel Meets Happy, or like her Facebook page to stay up
You know those destinations that, no matter how many times you visit, you feel like you just haven’t seen everything you wanted to see? Well, that’s Paris for me. It’s my own fault, really. I keep making the same mistakes, every time I go there!! Every time I’ve left Paris, I’ve left it a little
Welcome to the first lifestyle post on Travel Pray Love! These posts will be mingled in with our regular travel/expat posts, but will focus on things like pregnancy, becoming a mother, building a life as a new family, etc. HOW DO I RELAX (BUT STILL HAVE FUN) DURING MY PREGNANCY? If you’re anything
Hi! I'm Jaimee - a perpetual expat, cat lover, soon-to-be mom, proud Canadian and avid traveler. Travel Pray Love began as a simple travel blog, but has turned into so much more as my life has changed over the last 3 years of living abroad. Now pregnant and living in Belgium (expecting my first child with my Belgian boyfriend), the blog is focused on more of an expat/lifestyle feel. Here you can find expat guides, lifestyle guides and travel tips.