Being an expat is fun and it will not be easy to go back to my home country in a few months.
You see, being an expat is dangerous. At first, it is scary and all you want to do is go home, but soon enough you get over that homesickness and start enjoying your time overseas.
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I finally got home on Monday afternoon. My mum was waiting in the airport and I was stuck behind these slow walkers…I was yelling (in my head) hurry up – because I could see her but these people were just dawdling along.
Continue reading “I’m Home and an awesome new OOTD.”
Tomorrow I am going home for a holiday.
I am honestly super, duper excited and can’t believe how fast this time has gone.
Continue reading “I am so excited!”
Many people are spending the day with their dad as it is Father’s Day. But, as my lovely dad is all the way in NZ, I will write a post about all the things my dad taught me.
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So as some of you already know I’ve been quite sick and have been in hospital recently.
I’m having trouble deciding what to do.
Move back home to NZ and stay there until December or stay in the UK. I’ll probably go to Canada or The Netherlands in February to work.
My concern is that schools in the UK have attendance policies that mean children go to school with all sorts of illnesses. That is why I got so sick.
I don’t want to jump the gun though.
What do you reckon I should do?
It feels weird knowing that I probably won’t be going back to my childhood home to live. I know it’s part of adulthood. I just feel like I’ve made a mistake. I think it’s those little things I miss. For example, being able to talk to mum and dad whenever I feel like it. Having a comfortable bed. ‘Talking’ to the dog. The beach. The house.
Continue reading “I Miss Home”
Yesterday I went up to ‘the bach’ (what I call my place). At the moment I am making the finishing touches – or rather, my dad is – so that I can get it rented out, get my mortgage down (mum and dad are kindly letting me stay at their home) and book flights to Europe.
Continue reading “Weekend – OOTD and the Beach”