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Waterfalls and the Valleys

Let’s face it - the definition of a “holiday” is really rather reliant on whether you’re doing it with or without children. Everything from how much flights cost, to how you pack, to perhaps whether you ever even go again. Take us for example. Before children came along, the phrase “half term” really only meant one thing - expensive flights well worth avoiding. Now of course, half term has an entirely different meaning altogether. In fact, that’s a perfect word for it - half term for us literally means being all together, and on this most recent holiday that meant one thing and one thing only - more family adventures…

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The story of a digital nomad

Digital nomad. A term I first came across ten years ago when I was a fresh grad out of Central Saint Martins, trying to break into the ad industry in London. There I was, sitting in the uber cool open-planned offices of a digital agency in Shoreditch as an intern, when I was given a brief to work on their latest campaign - the Skype nomad. The idea was to send someone - this ‘digital nomad’ - travelling around the world in a month. She would be photographing, blogging, vlogging her journey all via Skype, and I remember thinking, is that for real?

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