I saw some tiny socks and I bought them

A few weeks ago we were out in the shops and I saw some tiny socks. At that point, I didn’t know if we were having a boy or a girl but I did know we were going to have a baby that was going to fit in those tiny socks so I bought them. […]

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“Tale as old as time” Afternoon Tea at Town House at The Kensington

Have I ever written that many fancy words in quick succession? No, this is a first. Even reading the title of this blog post makes me feel like I am not living in a tiny flat in East London but in the French Rococo where the Beauty and The Beast were definitely real. As for […]

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Our short trip to Todos Santos, Baja California Sur.

One of the first things that I wanted Edward to know about Mexico was how diverse and large it is. I kept telling him about Mexican geography and how the biggest Mexican state is larger than Spain. I explained to him that even though he met me as a suburban chilanga – or Sateluca, the slang word for people […]

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Let’s build a wall of art.

Despite the political undertones in the title of this blog post, I must confess that I am one who prefers to spend her leisure time scrolling down Pinterest than reading articles shared on Facebook regarding the impending doom we currently find ourselves in. Pinterest seems like a safe heaven for me. I have spent more […]

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My kind of Sunday

There is no better start to a Sunday than being woken up at 8:37AM by the Ocado delivery man that arrived way too early. That being said, the second best thing is when your husband cooks his signature breakfast that consists of two poached eggs on toast and then we get to eat it in […]

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Saying goodbye, airports edition.  

You know the tiny bio you have to write on Instagram to appear more interesting? Well, in mine I claim that my heart is set in two places. If I can be honest, I think that is the truest statement amongst the random collection of words I chose to describe myself. My heart is in-between […]

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Survival guide: How to spend Christmas in hot climates.

I have never had a white Christmas. I know the concept of it, I know that it happens in some places of the world, but I’ve never experienced one and I am more than ok with it. My Christmases have always been in Mexico and this year was no different. Mr Husband and I flew […]

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