Amsterdam, again?! I hear you cry. Well yes, what better place to take the kids away on my own for the first time ever! I love the Netherlands. The people are so super friendly, and places like Amsterdam have public transport systems that are relatively easy to figure...
If you’ve been following my personal blog posts, you’ll know that I’ve set myself a few goals, not just for 2018, but for life. Travelling – in this case to Amsterdam on my own – is one of them. Ok, so I admit it, although the idea of...
Staying in the centre of Amsterdam can be quite costly, especially if you’re as bouji as I who has no idea what a hostel is! Solution? Eindhoven is practically next door and has some pretty Instagrammable places too. The Netherlands has more to offer other...
Award-winning lifestyle blogger
Sareta Fontaine started off her blogging career in 2016 by creating Kiki Blah-Blah; a modern lifestyle blog. Sareta worked on the platform, both designing and creating a space for other bloggers to share their thoughts and feelings, while also sharing hers. The blog won three awards, including Business Social Media Influencer 2018-UK Blog Awards, Business Lifestyle 2018- UK Blog awards and The Next Big Thing 2017-Thirty Plus Awards.
Fast forward to October 2018, Sareta decided to blog under her own name, take a few posts with her, and the rest is history!
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