I lied!

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So, my last blog I wrote about our plans for Mexico and what not….. was a lie! We have actually arrived back to Ireland at the beginning of June! My last blog was really for my Mum (she is the biggest fan of my blog) and I didn’t want her to suspect anything.  You can check it out here: Looking To The Future

After my parents left Mexico after visiting us, we decided to leave in the next few months. We realised we were in Mexico too long and it just didn’t work out for neither of us. We weren’t able to get a job because we were busy with the weddings (ours and my husbands sister), then we would have had to move to Mexico city because in the city where we were there just weren’t any jobs for me.

I don’t see it as a failure though; I enjoyed my experience there, I came from literally zero Spanish to now being able to have day to day conversations, we got married and had our perfect wedding, and finally my parents came to visit. So some things didn’t work out but a lot of others did. It’s nice to be closer to my family though in Ireland. The weather is crap though, so I do miss the weather in Mexico! But I’ve been enjoying eating lots of white and brown bread.

I’d also like to think we are getting back on course to figuring out where we want to live and all that ‘life’ stuff. Maybe it will be in Ireland or maybe somewhere else in Europe, we will see!

But it’s nice being with my family for a while, with no flight to leave for for a while!

Aisling

4 thoughts on “I lied!

    • Yes I suppose, but right now I’d like to try and settle down, so it’s hard sometimes. We literally can’t buy anything bigger than a rucksack because we know we won’t be able to take it with us wherever we go, so we don’t own much of our own things. Hopefully though everything will fall into place soon though!

      • Well, being minimalist means your shoulders are lighter! I recently moved house after being in the one location for 35 years and it is very difficult not to accumulate mountains of stuff. I can’t tell you how many trips we did to the dump and the charity store with donated or dumped items.

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