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What It’s Like To Live In Melbourne Compared To Sydney

What It’s Like To Live In Melbourne Compared To Sydney

A personal look at what it’s like to live in Melbourne compared to Sydney now that I’ve spent more than a year as a resident in both.* *3 years in Sydney and 1 year in…

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Totes Simple Tips For Planning A Babymoon

Totes Simple Tips For Planning A Babymoon

For those unacquainted with the term, a babymoon is the last romantic child-free holiday a couple take before becoming parents – at least that’s my interpretation! As someone who travels A LOT and is slowly…

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Flying While Pregnant – Surviving Travel In The First Trimester

Flying While Pregnant – Surviving Travel In The First Trimester

I’ve taken 12 flights in the first 16 weeks of this pregnancy and some were much more challenging than others. Flying during the first trimester is generally not recommended because it’s not a pleasant thing…

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Can We Get Real About How Bad Morning Sickness Can Be?

Can We Get Real About How Bad Morning Sickness Can Be?

No one told me it would be like this. Or maybe they did but I didn’t listen. Maybe I was too hopeful it wouldn’t happen to me. Or maybe not enough women share how it…

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How We Really Afford To Travel So Much

How We Really Afford To Travel So Much

One of the things I get asked by curious readers is how my husband and I afford to travel so much and I get why they want to know. If I wasn’t me I’d want…

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Baby On Board!

Baby On Board!

I’ve drafted this post a million times over in my head but have been too fearful to commit it to type until now. But like the band aids I imagine I’ll become most familiar with…

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Pregnancy Diary: Taking A Test and Checking It Thrice

Pregnancy Diary: Taking A Test and Checking It Thrice

I’m 33 years old and until earlier this year had never taken a pregnancy test – let’s just say these last few months have been filled with many firsts. We’d been trying/hoping for a baby…

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How to visit the Great Barrier Reef – 5 Queensland Holiday Ideas

How to visit the Great Barrier Reef – 5 Queensland Holiday Ideas

Stretching for an incredible 1,400 miles along the Queensland coast and home to over 1500 species of fish, the Great Barrier Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that features on many Australia bucket lists.…

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7 Reasons I Loved Cruising With Princess Cruises

7 Reasons I Loved Cruising With Princess Cruises

Some people could never imagine themselves doing a cruise and that’s cool – it’s not for everybody, especially if you don’t have sea legs. There might be some of you who are on the fence,…

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