Bali Resources

Our Christmas in Bali

For my husband Rob and I, this is our third Christmas overseas and the first year we don’t have visitors from back home. It doesn’t mean our celebrations won’t continue, it just means adapting to a new life. Even though Indonesia is predominantly a Muslim country and the faith in Bali is mostly Hindu—there are at least 20 million people in Indonesia who are Christians....

What Do Expats Do In Bali?

Much has changed in Bali over the last 10 years. The development of hotels, swanky new restaurants and with social media at an all-time high, there’s no need to retire and live off the grid. An expat is simply someone who chooses to make a life in a place other than where they were born. The life you make is purely your choice and, without doubt, life in Bali can be anything you want it to be...

Make Monday Great Again

Another weekend is over here in Bali. Funny though, Monday doesn’t hold the same stigma it once did. Actually, most of the time I don’t even know what day it is! Just over two years ago, Mondays meant returning to a workplace I dreaded. Never-ending phone calls, meetings and working days that began at 6 a.m. and didn’t end until 7 p.m.

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