Family of the week, part 2: The recordings

Family of the week, part 2: The recordings

UK Preparation
After brief daily live recordings from Monday to Thursday for the BBC Radio Oxford breakfast show's 'Family of the week' we had a great time in the studio on Friday the 1st December. For an hour and a half we got a look behind the scenes, and were give some more air time. It was a fantastic experience for everyone, and hats off to David Prever and the team for weaving all the content and live input together, seemingly without effort. Well done also to our our little tribe, it looks like we have finally found a way to induce model behaviour in our kids, you just need a radio studio. Easy!! On another note, it was great to share about the journey ahead (among other things!), and for anyone…
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Family of the week

UK Preparation
A message via our blog contact form last Friday: Would you like to be on the BBC Radio Oxford breakfast show as the 'family of the week' starting on Monday the 27th November? That is what I call short notice. Yes, of course, was the answer. So, we are on the radio this week for a few minutes every morning at 7.50am, looking to be just a little more awake than we normally are at that time of day. We phoned in yesterday and today, and we have already covered how we met as a couple, what we do, and what the plan is for the 18 months in Nepal. However, there is more to come for the next three days, and more to hear from the kids too. They…
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Preparation, Preparation, Preparation

Preparation, Preparation, Preparation

UK Preparation
"Can we move to Nepal now?" asks our seven-year-old, on finding out that mum and dad are confident that it is right for us as a family to move overseas and get involved in community and resilience building in Nepal. She is incredibly keen to start the adventure that afternoon, planning to climb Mount Everest as soon as she gets there. We absolutely love Ella's enthusiasm and energy, but climbing Mount Everest, as moving a family of five to a developing Asian country, requires preparation. Lots of it. So, how should we best prepare for living and working in Nepal, a developing country where 50% of the population live on $1 a day. The starting point is that we trust that this is the right time and the right place…
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