Don’t get me wrong: Living in the Philippines is great! awesome people, places, everlasting summer … But there is one thing I ll never get used to, it’s the food! For a vegetarian like me, Filipino food is a nightmare. It’s still very hard to find something without meat, and on top of that, I don’t like rice and I try to avoid any kind … Continue reading The secret of my weight loss? living in the Philippines!
“Do you want to invite your friends for your Bday this year? We could organise a little party” asked the enthusiastic Mum “Mercy me Mum, clowns are so ugly and I hate loud music and stupid games, you know that” replied the quiet Swiss daughter “How about flying yoga then ?” offered the inspired Yogi Mum “Super cool! avec des crêpes!” It started like a … Continue reading A Birthday party with flying (Yogi!) colours
Who would dream of the glamorous of Hollywood when you can have it all for free without the stress in the Philippines? You just need 2 blonde kids with curly hair and long eyelashes and tatatata, paparazzi will be all around you. “Can I take a selfie with your handsome son M’am?” “Oh beautiful girl, I love your golden hair. Picture! Picture!“. We are now famous in … Continue reading If only The Brangelina had chosen the Expat life
Last but not least, when they really don’t understand what’s so hilarious with this clip Continue reading You know your French kids are turning Pinoy …
Advices from a Tree Stand tall and proud Sink your roots into the Earth Be content with your natural beauty Go out on a limb Drink plenty of water Remember your roots Enjoy the view Want to better photography while opening your eyes and your heart to the Mundane little things all around you? Simply follow Jithin (Photrablogger blog) and especially his Mundane Monday Challenge. All … Continue reading Mundane Monday: off to work (Filipino version)
“Yoga is not only learning to stand on your head, but also learning to stand on your feet” S. Satchinananda Alleluia ! After 120 days of holidays, my adorable kids are back to school !!! And so am I: I too have pens in my bag, note pads and many books. Most of all, I have a Yoga Mat … I’ve always had a fling … Continue reading Back to school to become a Yoga Teacher!
When I see a door, I hear a No! No entry, no trespassing, watch out for the dogs! Some people are like doors : They are closed, they don’t smile, they are so locked that I feel like running away from them, in case they would turn into real bad dogs. I see many of them when I travel back home, in Paris. It shocks … Continue reading The Magical passkey to Thursday Door (works every other day too)
“And you M’am, what’s your profession?” is probably the question I have been asked more than a billion times. “CEO of the Attila Cie, but you can also call me a Super Mama!” Have you ever had a job where you had no previous experience, no training, you couldn’t quit and people’s live were at stake? I am also a Super yaya, HR manager of a very … Continue reading The harsh reality of my job on Bantayan island
“Can’t plant now, I need to buy pots” is not a valid excuse anymore! Take a walk on Bantayan Island … Or look up in Paris 😉 In response to Mundane Monday Photo Challenge hosted by the great Jithin, created to find beauty in almost everything. The challenge is simple : find beauty in everyday mundane things, capture the beauty and upload the photographs 🙂 Happy Week … Continue reading Mundane Monday : (most original!) Flower pots
You never know if they have a toddler at home ! In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge : Life imitates Art (or is it the contrary?) Continue reading Be kind to everyone you meet