We explore the ways and means of finding house sits, and share what’s worked for us over 2+ years of consecutive sits.
A look back at our four months in Tulse Hill as we bid farewell to South London and head North again.
We visit Bristol for the second time, and learn why the cheapest travel options aren’t always best.
We look back on our radio blog-silence, reflecting on a demanding year behind us and the promise of what lies ahead.
Let’s end 2015 with a quick list. Things I’m grateful for in this past year: a partner who challenged me to think and question outside my typical understanding. the bravery to give up one way of life for something completely different, something challenging and quite scary, something with a lot of unknowns, something new the…
It’s not easy being an extrovert living an isolated, solitary life
The importance of right fit in making sure your sit is a success
A quick catch up! Northwards, eastwards, but ultimately southwards. We’ve headed down to the leafy south to enjoy some well needed sunshine and some very old English pubs
We visit the Glaswegian origins of Canada’s founding father.
So we’ve moved on from Glasgow, with four days in Edinburgh before we move south for our next house sit. It seems an appropriate time to summarise how the city felt, in my three months there.
Turns out we won’t be in Glasgow quite as long as we had anticipated. The owners are coming home two weeks early, for what reason we don’t know. Getting this message via Facebook, while we are out for the evening, initially draws some shock, before survival instincts kick in and we start to plan how to fill a homeless void before our next, booked house sit commences.
Here’s a nod to some of the local venues and eateries we’ve lately sampled, and a welcome to Tim’s new guitar