Travel for work and soul

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In March we are often required to travel for trade shows, so our scheduled pool completion was once again on hold as we wouldn’t be there to see it happen. April and June was filled with kitchen and bathroom specifying, so lots to keep us busy as the colder months began.

I was fortunate to travel in June for work, to France. It was the break my mind needed. When you’re in the middle of it everyday, you don’t realise how bogged down one can get until it happens. Worrying about details, funds and juggling work and family is nothing new to anyone who’s ever done even the smallest of renovations.

So, with insulation being the next stage, I jetted off to France for work and then some me-time before the family would meet for an inspiring trip to the Venice Biennale and Spain. On returning, we all felt lighter, more rested and more focussed. No doubt Europe’s sunshine, architecture, art and food helped. Here are some of our favourite snaps.

By the time July arrived, we were ready to go home and excited about getting on with the pool and the house, inspired by all the colour and light we’d seen.

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