Christmas comes but once a year and for some of us, that’s more than enough. Granted the festive season means time off work (for some of us) and spending time with friends and family, but that alone can prove inordinately stressful, particularly if your argumentative family are a little on the loud and insufferable side and you are prone to periods of worry.
With the right mindset, however, it can be surprisingly simple to tune out the jingle bells, the drunken karaoke and the inevitable results of a Brussel sprout overindulgence. Follow the tips below and you might just be able to survive this Christmas season without strangling anyone!
It’s Easter, it’s cold and it’s snowing here in the UK. Who could blame us for trawling the interwebs dreaming of that perfect sunny escape. After my top pal Charisse visited Bali, it is has been on my to-do list. If you need any further inspo after this post, head to her blog.
As we are in full swing of the main holiday season, everyone has probably had that internal debate for holiday spending money and what to take.
Whether you choose cash or cards, pre paid currency cards or Travellers Cheques, it’s always a worry about whether you are taking the right thing because no one want’s to be stranded in a resort or a remote far flung rural village looking for a cash machine.
I personally go for a mix of everything to hedge all my bets – Cash split between GBP and destination currency and cards but after reading some information carried out by Majorca Beds, a whopping 63.5% of people bring cash.