travel

How to Transfer Money Abroad (+5 Money-Saving Tips!)

More money, more problems? Seriously, the more money you have to transfer, the more difficult it can be. Transfering money to another country can be a really tricky thing because you’re dealing with different currencies, different banking systems, different laws and maybe even trying to get it all done with people speaking different languages. The amount of information you will…

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mom, parenting

12 Realistic Gift Ideas for A New Mom

In true mom-fashion, here is a Christmas shopping list about a week before Christmas. What can I say, I’m a last-minute-mom. If you are too, check out these great gifts you can get for the mom in your life (or yourself, because you’ve mom’d all year). Diaper genies, bottles, pampers, nursing bras and cute bibs…are all things you won’t find…

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pregnancy, travel

How To Relax On Your Travels While Pregnant

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When pregnant, travelling could be the best thing for you. With so much potential to relax and unwind whilst seeing the world at the same time, there’s no reason not to venture out and do it. With that being said, there’s always a chance it could be overwhelming or stressful for a multitude of reasons – and, when with a…

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lifestyle, parenting

Grief and Motherhood

Around your baby’s first birthday, you will start to feel time catching up with you. You have been a mom (on duty, 24/7) for an entire year of your life. When you’re a stay at home mom, fatigue and exhaustion may get to you sooner than a year, but for me, it happened when my son was 11 months old.…

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belgium, travel

12 Signs You May Be an Expat in Belgium

I’ve been an expat in Belgium for over 4 years now, and some of my behaviors of late have raised some eyebrows with my friends outside the country. I’ve written a lot about what it’s like to move to a new country and try to keep your freedom, what it’s been like for us as a long distance couple and…

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travel

Life Abroad After the Death of a Family Member

  You exchange a bit of the life you’re familiar to, with a bit of a life you’re creating somewhere else. This is the reality of living abroad. Plain and simple. It’s this constant struggle of following your dreams to be happy, and feeling like you’re not whole because there is such a big part of your life that you…

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