Fielding advice from well meaning friends and family

“I understand why you’re doing it but have you truly considered the costs?” a well meaning family member messages me.

Although I know that their concern is coming from a good place, I can’t help but feel a tiny bit resentful at their question, as if they have assumed that we haven’t spent months crunching the numbers to make sure we can afford this life-changing decision.

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5 ways to get out of a rut

I’ve been meaning to write a blog post for some weeks now but the ideas weren’t flowing nor did there ever seem to be the time to actually sit down and draft something out.  I’m off for a week over Easter and I finally had some time to consider what was wrong.  I would like to share a few tips that I’ve used over the past few days.

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