‘Adam, there’s water coming through the floorboards.’ My voice sounded oddly calm. Inside I was anything but. The sick feeling in your stomach rises quickly when a disaster starts unfolding and it spreads, pumping chemicals through your body that make… Read More »The Boat Is Sinking!
We were in France when we heard about the virus. Living in a tiny apartment in the mountains, dodging all the Brexit news we could, hiding from the world. We skied, we took the bus to the shops, we watched… Read More »Life On Board During Lockdown In Greece
In a perfect world we would have endless amounts of time to dedicate to our children and their education while we’re sat at home, but for almost everyone trying to balance a suffering economy and the care and well being… Read More »Keeping Your Kids Busy While You Work From Home
I need to start by saying that I’m no expert in this field! I’m going to share my ideas, based on being a primary school teacher for many years, the things I have learnt from my Mum who specialises in… Read More »Helping Children With Anxiety In Uncertain Times
If you’re stuck at home with two kids from different year groups then you’re probably wondering how to home school two different year groups at the same time. It’s tricky! You might have already found that teaching them separately works… Read More »How To Homeschool Two Different Year Groups
When I first moved onto the boat it was moored in a marina over the winter, and the place was alive with liveaboards and there was an incredible community spirit. Adam was working remotely and I was restless and wanting… Read More »The Things All Teachers Are Hoping You Teach Your Kids
Before moving onto a sailboat Adam and I often wondered how people coped with spending too much time with their partner. We knew that we would be living in a very small space with each other, and rarely leave each… Read More »How To Cope With Spending Too Much Time With Your Partner