Girls Trip in Queensland!

Do you ever feel like you never get to miss your kids? Or even your husband? I guess working from home creates that for me. I’m always here at home with them, never able to miss them. What even is that feeling? But this wasn’t my only reason for making a girls weekend. What better than to catch up with a good friend and do some adventuring in a place you’ve dreamed of seeing! So there I was, a plane ticket, a packed bag, and on a mission to miss her family, find some independence and catch up with a girlfriend! Continue reading

Budgeting shake up

I’ve never been a budget person, let alone a numbers and maths person. I’ve always had the opinion of money comes and goes and not to take it so seriously. I have a strong passion against hating how much money controls the world and our lives to some degree, so I’ve never wanted to take it seriously. This was until I seen on the bank app my categorized spending and thought I’d have a look. Stupidly, I was funding the money controllers without even knowing it! Continue reading

Memories captured with Fox + Fern

Oh so many moons ago, way back when Kurt was two, we had our family photos taken by the lovely Cassie of I Wish Photography. Later that led to Cassie and I working together where she would photograph my work when I was working in event styling. Fast forward five years and Cassie has since rebranded to Fox + Fern Photography, we’ve fallen back in touch and dreamed of doing a shoot together again – but this time with the caravan!

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We love van life because

You all know how much we love van life. It’s definitely a lifestyle, and one that so many dream of doing and love watching us do. Some may even wonder, why do we love it so much? So I thought I’d share with you why our family LOVES van life, the good, the bad, our favourite places, and the must haves for van life, to help inspire you, or help you convince your husbands why you must buy that caravan you’ve had you’re eye on! Continue reading

The story behind our Landy

So long ago now, a whole eleven and a bit years ago when Mann and I started dating, I’d always be told the story of how Manns dad was a Land Rover mechanic for over 30 years. Mann would tell me stories about all the old land rovers that his dad would work on at the work shop, and how he would always go through his Dads tool chest and play with all the tools his Dad would use to fix them. It’s a sentimental memory for Mann, it’s something he adores about his childhood and who his father was. Continue reading