Winston Churchill suffered from depression. He called it ‘The Black Dog’. I want my blog to be uplifting, but I have also vowed to produce an honest narrative of our experience, rather than an “It was all sunshine and rainbows!” account. As such, although it is a tough admission to make, I have something thatContinue reading “The Black Dog – Coping with Depression & A Midlife Crisis”
Caravanning is pretty eco-friendly anyway. For a start, we’re not flying anywhere for our hols and we’re living in a fairly self-sufficient bubble. But there’s always room for improvement! The great thing about the tips that I am going to give you is that besides saving the planet, they will save you hundreds of poundsContinue reading “Zero Waste Caravanning – Save Money, Weight, Space & The Planet!”
There is a whole world out there, so what’s stopping you? Often, it is the thought of leaving behind family & friends “It’s like a bereavement!” This was my Mum’s reaction when I set off to backpack around Australia and New Zealand. Many of those who ask us about our lifestyle say that they wouldContinue reading “The Impact of Long-Term Touring on Family & Friends”
It’s amazing what can happen when you drink champagne; we went from first-timers to full-timers in two bottles of champagne!