This is not a sponsored post. As I move more and more into slow, long lasting fashion, it occurred to me that this knowledge might be useful to my readers. First things first – I wear backpacks a lot. Everyday sort of a lot. And with that, come certain requirements I have of my backpacks. These are: not too big – I need my bags … Continue reading Women’s backpacks that last years
Uh oh! I haven’t done this since November, about time another one showed up! Welcome to the very first Happy Monday in 2020. Let’s get right to it. What I’m reading – ‘Prisoners of Geography’ by Tim Marshall. In fact, I finished it last night and it’s not on my ‘recommend to everyone’ list. The book is well structured, Tim’s view on the topic of … Continue reading Happy Monday (24th February 2020)
Hello friends. Yes, it’s true, I bake bread at home and I like it waaaay more than any shop bought. Here is a simple recipe I have been enjoying the most recently. Ingredients: 500g strong flour 1 tsp of salt (I like salt!) 1 tbsp of caster sugar or honey 7g of dry fast action yeast 320 ml warm water (really warm, just a notch down … Continue reading Baking bread
My cats have fleas. This also means that my house has fleas. We don’t know where said fleas came from but one thing is clear – we don’t want them. Continue reading The issue of fleas
I’m not a life coach. I’m not an expert. But I am in a desperate need of having a good year. No, a great year even. The best year yet. Earlier this month I realised that the best year in my recent memory for me was 2014. Can somebody please tell me how I have lived the following 5 years failing to top 2014? Yes, … Continue reading How to have the best year of your life
If you follow me on Instagram, you might have caught a glimpse of my most recent trip to Marrakech. If there is anything to be said about me outside of the world of personal finance, it’s that I travel. A lot. And with that, I get the opportunity to visit places, evaluate them, and tell you what’s good and what’s meh. Today, let’s talk about … Continue reading Where to eat in Marrakech
This Christmas is unusual for me. Because, for the first time in years, I will be spending money on myself, frivolously and on items I want rather than need. Why would I do that, you might wonder, especially if you are coming to this blog post from somewhere within the ‘debt free’ community. The answer is simple – because I chose to when creating my … Continue reading The things I am getting myself for Christmas. From another country.