Caribbean Crush (Living Arrows)

Caribbean Crush (Living Arrows) Welcome back to my photo adventure, Living Arrows, which is about celebrating childhood. Each week I share photos of both Shalini and Shivam from our week. These are simple photos that capture a moment of childhood. Of course, we’ve been on holiday and I took a break from the blog. This is the…

Sukh on the beach in Rio with the Olympic symbol

My Single Parent Test

My Single Parent Test My husband Sukh and I often go away for work. Even though my trips are shorter – no more than ten days at a time – they’re more frequent. Read about my recent trip to Mumbai here. Sukh’s first work trip abroad came in the summer of 2016 when he went to…

Shalini And Shivam Giving The Thumbs Up

Big Man’s Food – Review

Big Man’s Food A couple of weeks ago, I took the kids for dinner at a local restaurant, Big Man’s Food. Friday night is usually takeaway night but the kids asked if we could eat out instead, as they’d been in all day. We usually eat out as a family but Sukh was working late so…

Half Term Challenge - At Bourton On The Water

The Half Term Challenge

The Half Term Challenge Photo Credit: Shalini I look forward to school holidays because it means I can get up just a little bit later (if I’ve booked time off work) and not have the usual morning stresses of getting the kids up, ready, fed and out of the front door in time for school,…

When My Supergirl Met Superwoman

 When My Supergirl Met Superwoman I surprised Shalini with a Superwoman meet and greet. It was probably the best surprise I could ever have given her – to meet her idol. Here’s what happened… HOW TO BE A BAWSE BOOK TOUR When I found out Internet and viral sensation Lilly Singh was coming to the…

Handover - Sukh and the kids in an rickshaw

The Handover

The Handover I’m on my way to Mumbai for a work trip and writing this post as I sit on the plane. There are still three hours to go until we land and people around me are fast asleep. I can’t ever sleep on a plane, so I’m writing this instead. It’s standard practice that…