For many, the thought of travelling this much with children is stressful, and rightly so.
Posting to her Instagram story, the Melbourne based author shared an image of a t-shirt taped across a window with gaffa tape.
Yep, gaffa tape.
She captioned the image, “Black gaffa tape. Yep. We never ever travel without it. Makes any old scarf or t-shirt into a blackout blind.”
I know what you’re thinking, why didn’t I think of that?
We have all been on holiday in a hotel room with just the tiniest sliver of light which has keep us awake ALL NIGHT.
If we had gaffa tape, that would never have happened.
Zoe Foster-Blake shared the details of her trip earlier this year on Instagram.
“We’re heading back to Mykonos soon, but this time he [Sonny] will be four-years-old, a touch leaner, and accompanied by his baby sister,” she wrote in the post.
“From there we head to Italy, then New York City, where we’ll live and work for a while,” she added.
This comes as the 37-year-old’s beauty brand Go-To skincare launches in the United States, where it will be stocked in hundreds of Sephora stores.
“All up, we will be traveling [sic] for three months, which doesn’t induce any anxiety in me at all, not a lick: I am PERFECTLY CALM,” she wrote.
“You try fitting a family of four’s shit into two suitcases, especially when one of them is a dedicated holiday theme dresser,” she continued.
She wrote in the post that the family had been hoping to take a trip like this “for years”, and she hoped to enjoy some quality time (she has referred to the family as “pale, Aussie Griswolds”) before the kids become school-aged.
And it appears to be going smoothly. As long as there’s gaffa tape available.
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