After a recent 2 hour stopover turned into 12, I was glad I'd prepared a few extra things to keep the kids busy.
Everyone knows rituals and routines are important for kids, but when living abroad there are some simple things you can do to help your family feel settled no matter where you live.
If you're considering a lengthy trip with little ones, preparation and planning is key! Here's my tops tips when planning your extended holiday.
Although we've only been on the circuit a few years, there are a few things I wish I'd known before embarking on the international education life with kids.
If you're looking to escape Seoul for a few days, check out these day trips that are a great option for travelling with little ones!
Lima is an amazing city that offers plenty of entertainment for the whole family. Check out my top 10 recommendations!
Autumn is one of the best times to visit South Korea. The colours of Autumn are stunning on Jeju Island. There's a slight chill in the air, but most days are still sunny, making it the perfect time to explore outdoors.
Packing, packing and more packing. Oh, the joy of moving countries with tiny humans. Although it's highly personal about how much to bring, I recommend packing light. Though I realise this is far easier said than done!
Trailing spouses are amazing (if I do say so myself!). While our partners are focused on work, we are usually the ones looking after the essentials of life admin and getting our families settled.
Ensuring my kids are happy, settled and enjoying their new school is my biggest concern with an expat lifestyle.