Exploring the Dordogne




After months of all work and no play, we headed to France to spend a week lazily exploring the Dordogne with my parents.

There are too many memories much to fit into a simple blog post, but the highlights included...

Snoozes by the pool | Confit duck everyday | Night markets at Isejaac | Exploring underground caves in Gouffre de Proumeyssac | Wine tasting at Monbazillac | Stopping the car to photograph churches in traditional French towns | River cruising and chateaux spotting in Beynac-et-Cazenac | Suppers of cheese, charcuterie and wine | Spending time with the people we love the most | Making the decision to quit my 'dream job' and live a simpler, happier and more fulfilling life

We stayed in an incredible B&B called La Libertie in Campsegret – a 10 minute drive to Bergerac. There's nothing more refreshing than waking up and opening your french doors to a beautiful lake and miles of unspoiled countryside.

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11 reasons to pack your bags and move to Barnet


We love Barnet. It's no secret. Everyone who knows us is probably sick of hearing about how much we love Barnet. We love it so much we rarely stop talking about it.

We moved at the tail end of 2013, and after years of living in zone 1/2, relocating to zone 5 felt like an incredibly mature decision to make. Two years later, we can safely say it was one of the best we've made.

So, we wanted to share the Barnet love with you. Here are our top 11 reasons you should pack your bags and move to Barnet.

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