The Husband is currently planning a 3 week trip to Thailand in 2020 to visit his family so it has been non-stop research here at Tramp HQ.
Other than seeing family, he’s ready to jump in to the history, culture and of course the delicious food Thailand has to offer!
No one can resist a gorgeous smelling soap or brightly coloured bubble bar but are we really getting the natural products that we are lead to believe? Below is a great collaborative guide on how to spot top natural ingredients!
I’m a firm believer in trying new things, from food to music to books and travel. Whilst I am always looking for that new experience or skill to learn, I do have my trusty “can do” list. We aim to visit a new place regularly whether it is near or far – you know where love a road trip here at Lady from a Tramp! Professionally, I push myself to learn or develop a new skill every 3 months at work so I can put it to use for the rest of the year.
In today’s digital age, the practise of mindfulness has become less and less prominent in people’s lives. More-often-than-not, and especially at work, we ‘zone-out’ or switch onto auto pilot.
My go to relaxation is reading, I read for at least 30 minutes a day, without fail and I know that no matter how hectic my day is, I have a block of time where I focus on nothing but the story.
Failing reading, I put on some loud music and dance around like Andrew W.K until all my cares have gone!
Paris, the city of romance and adventure. It’s an amazing city to visit all year round but of course some seasons are of more interest to some people. I like Paris in Autumn as the burning orange leaves line the River Seine and the lights start to twinkle earlier on a night time, but there’s something relaxing about visiting in Summer and chilling out on the grass and soaking in all of the wonderful sites and sounds around you.
So, when is the best time to visit Paris?