Life has been a bit mad over the past few weeks. We finally completed on our house move and are now living in our new abode. If you have moved home recently (or perhaps ever!), the complete upheaval it causes will be fresh in your memory. I always think of myself as someone who doesn’t have a lot of stuff, so I was flabbergasted on moving day when we managed to fill up the entire van and five cars! I literally had to call family members and demand that they bring their empty cars for us to fill. Phil also had to pop back for my lovely plants that I was adamant weren’t to be left behind. It was a full on day, but I’m glad that we are finally in and making the place our own. We also went to Iceland four days after moving house, which in some ways was great as it took us away from the cardboard chaos we had been living with for a couple of weeks, but also bonkers because it meant that we had to organise everything to do with our trip too. We had an amazing adventure and I’m so glad that we went. We also haven’t had the Internet for the past month which has resembled nothing less than the constitutions of hell. Sure, at times it was refreshing, but most of the time I found it quite stressful. It was made worse by the fact that I have little phone signal, so couldn’t even Google something quickly. I have learnt that adulthood requires quite a bit of Googling stuff I’m unsure of! Anyway, we have now arrived at this point… A month in, fully unpacked and today the builders have started so we can put a stamp on our new pad. I know that we have a long way to go until everything has settled and is perfect, but we are well on the way and I couldn’t be happier.