Baby

    Reusable nappies (Totsbots Review)

    November 29, 2021

    Reusable nappies are an easy way to be environmentally friendly when raising a child (did you know it takes 500 years for a disposable nappy to decompose?).  When we were planning for a baby we always had in mind the possibility of exclusively using reusable nappies for the environment but was also a little hesitant due to the perceived hardships it brings.  We were eventually convinced  when we started doing more research and hearing some of our colleagues and friends…

    Continue Reading

  • Baby

    Top Breastfeeding Locations in London

    Being a first time mother and new to breastfeeding, the thought of breastfeeding outside the comfort of my home was very intimidating. However, after the first month of home confinement, I knew I had…

    November 24, 2021
  • climb

    Climbing Essentials

    We always wanted to try out climbing, and to get started we visited the Castle in London to get started. As we became more interested in climbing we started researching gear and must-have’s for…

    March 30, 2020
  • hike travel

    Tour du Mont Blanc

    The Tour du Mont Blanc or TMB is one of the most popular long-distance walks in Europe. It circles the Mont Blanc massif, covering a distance of roughly 170 kilometres with 10 kilometres of…

    September 28, 2019
  • bike lifestyle

    Tokyo Bike Bisou Review

    Although we each have a beloved Brompton M6L bike, there were a lot of cases where I wanted to lock my bike outside but couldn’t bring myself to do it. That’s when we thought…

    July 28, 2019
  • travel

    Christmas in Eastern Europe

    The Destinations Part 1 - Prague Part 2 - Vienna Part 3 - Bratislava Part 4 - Budapest Part 5 - Krakow Prague Things we saw: Astronomical clock Christmas Market at the Old Town…

    January 25, 2019
  • travel

    Scotland Roadtrip – In a QuirkyCamper

    Scotland Roadtrip in a QuirkyCamper Day 1 – London to Kendall Lake District Day 2 – Lake District to Glasgow Day 3 – Loch Lomond to Fort Williams Day 4 – Fort Williams to…

    December 8, 2018