The FFWD Impact Blog

September 15, 2019

A Trip to Costa Brava and a Breakthrough With the Kids (Day 26)

I struggle sometimes in my head sharing both sides on these posts of moving to another country with kids. The fighting and screaming with 3…

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September 14, 2019

A Run to the Beach and an Evening in Turo Park (Day 25)

Today, I woke up and said… Oh man I do not want to journal… But I felt if I miss one day, it will be…

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September 13, 2019

A Run with a View & a Private Chef (Day 24)

Thursday was the first day of school for the Spanish schools in Barcelona and we were told the traffic would increase drastically. I remembered half…

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September 12, 2019

Catalan Day and Our Visit to the Science Museum (Day 23)

It was Catalonia Day which is a national holiday in Spain. They say 600,000 or so go to the streets to celebrate as well as…

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September 11, 2019

I Retraced My Route From Yesterday (Day 22)

I started my day determined to figure out what I did wrong the day before that lead to getting lost of almost an hour…

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September 10, 2019

Getting Lost Alone with My Kids (Day 21)

I am screaming curse words left and right!!!!! I found myself driving in a long long tunnel with no end in sight. I look back and see my…

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September 9, 2019

The Day of the Beach & The Rainbow (Day 20)

Determined to make up for my indecision yesterday about the car rental, I headed to Hertz in the morning, picked up the car and drove…

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September 8, 2019

A Full Range Of Emotions – Frantic Family Exercise to an Amazing Night Out (Day 19)

Saturday was a see saw of emotions. The similar kind of the┬ápast two weeks, but this day represented some of the most extremes that we…

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September 7, 2019

Our Day of Saying YES (Day 18)

The funny thing is when you are journaling publicly it forces you to ask the question, “how will this sound on my journal tomorrow?” As…

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September 6, 2019

What Would You do With $250 Million Dollars? (Day 17)

I have been told by several friends and of course my parents they love reading my daily posts about Barcelona. I suspect it makes them…

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