Freely living aboard cruise ships half the year. The benefits outweigh the negatives.

I spend half of the year aboard a cruise ship with my husband, and it's not always as glamorous as it seems.

After all, I don't cook, clean, make my bed, do laundry, or go grocery shopping. 

My husband's job as a chief engineer requires him to work three months on board and three months off, while I sail as a "wife on board."

We live in Vlissingen, the Netherlands, when we are not aboard a cruise ship.

Breakfast, lunch, and supper are served in the ship's dining room.

If I don't feel like doing that, I can always go to the buffet or order pizza or hamburgers and fries whenever I want.

I have to pay for my own drinks, although receiving a 50% discount. 

I also enjoy being in a new location every day, which is extremely useful for a content creator who is constantly seeking for new things to post.

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