Last week, Friday to be exact, we published our 400th article relating to Australian relocation. We write about things that matter to families moving to Australia, although many of the topics we cover are helpful to individuals relocating without children.
This week we also made a few changes to the way we categorise our articles, hopefully making it easier for you to find what you’re looking for. New categories you will be interested in visiting are; Emotions & … Read more
Who's a cheeky monkey?
Before we had children, a stopover in Singapore was all about the shopping, mostly for electrical goods, and enjoying a Biryani at a restaurant in Little India. How things change when you have kids! Here are Mum (and friends’) list of favourite family activities in Singapore.
By the way, if you think you can handle six floors of shops with the children in tow, Sim Lim Sqaure (SLS) is the place to go for electrical and … Read more
Family room at Festive Hotel, Resorts World
The flight time from the UK to Australia, via Singapore, is as quick as it’s going to get, but if you’re travelling with children, a break from the plane may still be necessary, for everyone’s sanity. Here are Mum (and friend’s) recommendations for family friendly hotels in Singapore.
Crown Plaza Hotel at Changi Airport
If you’ve only got a short stopover and aren’t interested in looking around Singapore, the Crown Plaza Hotel at … Read more
Mum recently read an interesting article about Adapting to life as an Expatriate. The article is published at Transitions Abroad, the website of Transitions Abroad Publishing, who publish a magazine with the same name. The magazine is dedicated to work, study, living, and cultural immersion abroad, and has been published for more than 30 years. The website and monthly webzine offer a comprehensive range of articles and resources relating to life overseas.
The article Mum came … Read more
Happy to be in Aus
We took this photo of our son a few weeks after arriving in Australia; we were on our way for a BBQ at a local park. Whilst Mr Mum’s gone 2 Aus and I were stressing about the slow job market, how best to spend our savings, where to live, and whether sick family in the UK would be alright, our son’s beaming face gave us a much needed pick-me-up.
A wise mum once said … Read more