Since becoming a mum almost 12 months ago (eek, we are 2 days away from my baby being 1), I’ve struggled to come to terms with my new body. Everyone told me it takes time to recover but I always thought that within 6 months I’d be back in my size 8’s and loving life.
I’ve tried lots of different methods of exercise as well as drinking protein shakes and nutritional drinks and this week I’m bringing another review to the blog and that is XLS Nutrition.
There are various reasons why you may want to move to a new country. It could be because you and your family want a change of environment, or perhaps because an opportunity calls. Whatever the case, it can be a difficult as well as an exciting process, simply because it means changing environments and starting over. For this reason, it shouldn’t be something that’s done on impulse, and a lot of planning needs to be done to ensure that it’s smooth sailing. There are several things that you’re going to have to do which include tying up loose ends where you are presently and putting things in place in your new destination. This article is going to help you by providing useful tips for moving to a new country.
One of the first things to think about before moving countries is how you’re going to manage accommodation. This is imperative as you need a roof over your head for security purposes! You should, therefore, start looking for accommodation beforehand and consider what you can afford. One of the best ways to find a new home abroad is to use online portals such as Rightmove and Zoopla as they should allow you to search using your personal property criteria.
I should really have sat down to write this post when Freya was a newborn but I used that time to nap! Still do when I get the opportunity and my housework is all done. Anyway back on to the subject at hand, deciding when it was time to start trying for a baby.
Bob and I got engaged Easter 2016 and a couple of months later had booked our wedding venue for 19th May 2017 giving us 12 months to sort out the wedding. A couple of months later we were moving out of our parent’s homes and into a house of our own.