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Anxiety, Palpitations, Perimenopause and MSG.

If you read my last post about Chef’s hospitalisation, you’ll know that I wasn’t feeling too good. I’d even asked at the pharmacy for Xanax, I felt that bad. I was experiencing palpitations, shortness of breath ( probably through anxiety), headaches, hot flushes and a few other things that I didn’t mention. All these symptoms …

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Our Four Month Anniversary, Disasters and a Lesson in Unplanned Travel.

Four months ago this week I wrote about the things I’d miss as we left Port Douglas to explore the world. Just the three of us, Chef caught up with us later. I haven’t missed home at all, we’re having a brilliant adventure, but things haven’t gone quite as expected. Our unplanned travel style has come …

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Family Budget Travel. Top Tips to Cut Travel Costs.

  In our first year on the road we weren’t just about family budget travel, we were rocking extreme budget travel. Our budget for Asia on on our first year of full-time family travel was crazy-low, it hovered between $40 and $50 per day. That’s not much for a family of four and it’s certainly …

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Homeschooling and Traveling 2020-2021

Homeschooling and traveling, two wonderful freedoms in life. We are one of a large and growing crowd of families who are homeschooling while traveling the world. We’ve been on the road well over 5 years but we homeschooled with state approval and registration before departure. This post is freshly updated to bring you useful resources …

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