We certainly do at Taylor Benfield, especially if it gives us the opportunity to do some travelling at the same time. And we've been very lucky to be invited to lots abroad in some amazing locations, as well as some fabulous places in the UK. Smiles, happy people, champagne, canapés, gorgeous food and wine, what's not to love.
New Zealand is a wonderful place to go and take it easy, it definitely has a slower pace (unlike this river in Taupo) but you'll need a lot of time as there's lots to see and do, especially if you like the great outdoors. The scenery is stunning as you'll see if you read on...
St Albans - the city dates a long way back to Roman times - there's lots to see from way back then and also lots to enjoy in the city in the present day from shopping to eating and drinking plus you never know who you might bump into - a ghostly neighbour or two!
What do you need to take on a beach holiday vs a city break? What kind of handbag do you need? How much is too much? Our little blog helps you plan out your packing to make it less stressful and get you off on the right foot (or at least the right footwear).
South Africa - experience incredible food and wine for superb value. If you've never been, it's worth a trip, be sensible and you'll have the time of your life. You just might need a diet when you get back.
Paris, a city for the romantics, beautiful in all seasons. Our Spiced Noir luxury scented candles remind us of the sophisticated neighbourhoods, read our blog to find out more about where to go and what to see.
As well as discovering scents on our travels to inspire our luxury scented candles, we like to bring back something for the home to remind us of the fabulous places we've visited. What do you bring back from your travels?
Some ideas to help reuse your luxury scented candle containers - lots of uses for them around the home if you don't want to throw them out. Read our blog to find out more...
Australia - is a country of incredible size, spectacular sights and requires some dedication to see even a quarter of it. You must plan to see it over a few weeks or a few trips of a few weeks, as there's always something to go back for.
Keeping a diary, collecting cards and leaflets, and taking lots of photos is a great way to remember where you've been so you can reminisce and also recommend places to friends and family. Someone else loving where you've been seems to make you love it more. Scents are another fabulous way to remember places you've visited.
Bruges, the Venice of the North, is well worth a visit, there's chocolates shops, bars serving thousands of varieties of Belgium beer, Christmas shops and boat trips, plus all the picturesque medieval buildings and museums to tour, there's something for everyone and plenty to keep you busy for 48 hours.