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Our two pennies worth when it comes to Seasonaire life

By somewhereelsecalls, 2 Sep '17 at 16:03
Lots of people have asked us in the past how we have manged to get into the lifestyle we lead, and with all the information available on the internet it can get confusing. Getting secondary advice from everywhere is usually wrong so why not hear it from the horses mouth? There are Seasonaires out there who have been doing this even longer than us but not many are writing about it.
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A day in the life of a season chef

By, Mon 23rd Jan, 2017 at 14:33
The clock reads 6.59 as I turn over and pull a warm, comforting breath. I wait peacefully as that minute clicks on and Radio Maribel's smooth DJ gives me my reason to get up....
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A day in the life a ski season nanny

By, Mon 23rd Jan, 2017 at 11:26
So there is no such thing as a 'typical day' being a Nanny or any childcare role for that matter but our main aim is to make sure the child/children and their families have an enjoyable safe adventure in The Alps.
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Seasonnaire Checklist: What to Pack?

By natasha.metcalf, Thu 22nd Dec, 2016 at 11:31
Every piece of ski equipment is important, so to avoid leaving something you’ll need at home, take a look at our season failsafe packing list before you leave.
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Chalet Couple | The Interview

By ChaletCouple, Thu 27th Oct, 2016 at 09:52
It’s the biggy, you’ve landed an interview woohoo! Now what?
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Confessions of a Seasonnaire: Ski seasons, Winter Sports, and Off-piste dramas

By, Fri 7th Oct, 2016 at 15:03
With winter just around the corner, many of us will be itching to dust off our skis and head to the slopes. Whilst fresh powder, goggle tan-lines and mountain-top beers are common-place for some, for others this winter may be the first opportunity to carve up some runs. Here, we get the low down on all things ski from our resident seasonnaire, Ed Warnett.
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Chalet Couple | The application stage...

By ChaletCouple, Tue 27th Sep, 2016 at 11:49
Decision made. You want to do a ski season. Maybe even make it regular or turn it into a career, perfect! Just one snag; no one is going to give you your first job for nothing! Whilst getting that first job can open doors to further work or continual seasonal employment from the same company, getting it in the first place can be a real ball ache. Like all ski season employers, they know you’re there to pick up that free season long lift pass and ski hire and hit the slopes all day. The only snatch is that you can’t really just say that in your job application and expect a positive response though, so get ready to unleash your inner A* BS.

And the first port of call for that new found BS, the job application.

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Mentally Preparing to Travel

By annysadventures, Mon 29th Feb, 2016 at 21:51
A guide to the emotional stages you go through whilst preparing to travel.
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How to get a job as a Seasonnaire

By annysadventures, Thu 11th Feb, 2016 at 12:16
This article will explore the different ways in which you can obtain a job as a seasonniare, a winter season job and summer season job, including advice on companies and websites to use.
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Colconquerors Chef

By simply_emma, Thu 11th Feb, 2016 at 10:04
Exciting summer opportunity

Summer 2016
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