I’ve been to New York a handful of times now and it is a fabulous city to visit (apart from the first time I visited, which was an absolute debacle, as I happened to be there for the 3 days when they decided to have a subway AND bus strike for the first time Read More…

22nd October 2016  |  No Comments

  Despite having lived in London for the past 5 years, I can honestly say, (even food-obsessed me) has still only scratched the service of the many amazing restaurants and eateries this city has to offer. Every year (hell, every month!) a new exciting place opens up and it is impossible to try all the Read More…

5th February 2016  |  1 Comment

  NEWSFLASH: Going away with a little one is doable, and can even be enjoyable. In fact, there is a sound argument which states the younger they are, the easier it is. Babies basically want to be warm, fed, cuddled and rested which they can do in most places so they don’t mind long-haul flights Read More…

11th November 2015  |  No Comments

  So you’ve had the baby, figured out which end is which, and completed the first few terrifying/exhilarating trips Outside-The-House without major incident (NB: a “poonami” doesn’t count as major. I have honestly dealt with three today already: one load of washing done, one to go…) and suddenly it dawns on you that this parenting Read More…

11th November 2015  |  No Comments

  Paris. The city that has inspired poets and artists for centuries, with its iconic art and architecture, cafe culture and air of romance, has also inspired three overworked sisters-in-law; mothers to 9 1/2 children between us, to get off the treadmill of life for a long weekend and embark on the ultimate girls getaway. Read More…

19th October 2014  |  No Comments

A wise man once stated something so truthful it made it on a Sweaty Betty bag, Even morning sickness 😉 #3 will be making his/her arrival in early March! For all of you who will still be bootcamping with me at that point, rest assured class will be running as usual at least halfway through February. Read More…

1st September 2014  |  No Comments

Ireland: home of castles, churches, cows, singalongs, leprechauns, shining rugged coastlines, guinness, green rolling hills, charming accents, and melt-in-your-mouth homemade brown bread. We spent the weekend in lovely Galway and while I was a bit sad heading home, I know how lucky I am to have had an entire weekend off mom-duty to chill/explore with the original Read More…

25th May 2014  |  No Comments

I am back to London after a long weekend spent with Grammy Pritz and Pops (the rents) in Normandy, France. If anyone has even a remote interest in World War II and the invasion on D Day, I can’t recommend this quick trip enough and have the perfect B&B, tour guide, and restaurant choices for Read More…

4th May 2014  |  No Comments