Visiting New Zealand From America. Tell Us The Truth. What Did Ya Think? PODCAST #18

Visiting New Zealand From America. Tell Us The Truth. What Did Ya Think? PODCAST #18

It’s easy for me to bang on about how wonderful New Zealand is – my family and I have been living here for the last ten years and although the country has its pros and cons, I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. I adore living in New Zealand and will always bore anyone who will listen.

So yes.  I probably am a bit biased.

So we thought we’d give you a treat…

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How To Avoid Jet Lag & Get Some Shut Eye – PODCAST #17

How To Avoid Jet Lag & Get Some Shut Eye – PODCAST #17

Jet lag. Is there anything worse than finding yourself wide awake at 3 am with the dreaded jet lag? Pacing around the house like a deluded tiger, trying to decide whether it would be best to watch TV or clean the cutlery drawer out?

In this week’s podcast, Sonny and I talk about jet lag and a few proven ways in which you can avoid it.

And no.

My suggestion wasn’t to get as drunk as possible on the plane thank you very much. I am far too sophisticated and grown-up for that.

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Fun Things To Do in Charleston, SC. PODCAST #16

Fun Things To Do in Charleston, SC. PODCAST #16

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This week’s podcast walks you through a budget-friendly and fun weekend with kids in Charleston, SC; one of the most popular and unique travel destinations in the world!

Last year my husband and I took our two kids ( teenagers age 16 and 13) to Charleston, SC for a long weekend.

But.

There was a catch.

As always we were on a budget (nothing new there then ) and I must admit, I was somewhat worried as to whether we’d be able to make our money stretch.

Our budget was $80 per day for the four of us.

Did we do it?

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Feeling Grateful. PODCAST #14

Feeling Grateful. PODCAST #14

 

This week’s podcast is hosted by Liz and Sonny (first one of the year!) and is an up close and personal episode looking a what happened in our lives last year that left us feeling grateful (and being able to discuss the reasons why we are grateful).

 

I think everyone should take stock (each day if possible) and take a look at what the things they have to be grateful for.

Otherwise, you could turn into a moaning Minnie.

And no one likes those.

Teenagers are always getting a rough time about how privileged and ungrateful they are, so we thought it would be fun to discuss exactly what (if anything) this eighteen-year-old boy (sorry Sonny, young man) and his mother feels grateful for.

Gulp.

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