This was originally written to be published at the start of January, but I ended up having an almost month-long break. Despite nearly being in February, I still wanted to post.
December for me was a very hit and miss month.
I had plans to be working for the entirety of it — or at least six out of seven days a week. To be saving money with said temp job for our house. And to overall be working again and regaining that confidence when it comes to working fulltime again.
With every end there’s a new beginning and if you’re thinking of drawing a chapter of your life to a close, such as your current job or the end of your studies then maybe it’s time to make a new beginning.
There’s no better way of getting a fresh perspective on things then going on the road. Travelling gives so much: new experiences, cultures, people and ultimately – memories.
Start dreaming and planning today for where your ultimate trip will take you. If you can make it happen, you should. It’s easy enough to just talk about but planning a trip like this doesn’t need to be overly complicated or hard work. Take it logically and look at our top tips for creating a once in a lifetime trip that will make you memories and friends for life.
Nothing says Christmas more than a beautiful tree, and this year we decided to leave our plastic tree in the loft and buy a real one.
There are plenty of options when buying a real tree: supermarkets, DIY centres, and farms up and down the country have trees for sale. But at one of the busiest times of the year, do you really want the hassle of searching out your perfect tree and attempting to transport it home?
There’s a much easier option! Let someone else do the hard work for you!