“The most reliable way to create the future is to write it“ This is my New Year exciting ritual. I collect my favorite pictures, stickers and quotes. A rainbow of crayons are laying in front of me, with scissors, glue and pinches of glitters. Orange essential oils are slowly burning in the background and depending on the mood, I’d listen to classical music or something … Continue reading Happiest New Year ! Vision Board Time !
When I first met Steffy, I had to ask her twice about her job. Although her English is perfect, I thought she couldn’t pronounce “nanny” correctly as she kept on saying “No, it is GRAN-NY. I am a granny au pair”. To my knowledge, au pair were only young students, sometimes hardly older than the kids they were supposed to look after. Seems that I … Continue reading Grannies do it better, especially au pair !
Are you one of those wet blanket who can’t appreciate a nice piece of jewelry without wondering “who made it and under which conditions?” Especially when the beautiful bracelet has traveled all the way from a developing country? I am!I can’t help it. My obsession with responsible business has worsened since I became a Mum. From food to clothes, even earrings, I need to know how it … Continue reading “Cebu” like Santo Niño, dried mangoes and .. French jewelry!
“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!
Originally posted on Cakes & Rose Petals:
Her Royal Highness Pavlova! Delicious meringue, a cloud of whipped cream, lots of pomegranate seeds and a crown of beautiful velvet red rose petals. Perfection : ) Continue reading Reblog Wed: Pavlova with pomegranate
My New Year Resolution is the same as last year and I can be so predictable that I already know it will be the same at least for the next 50 years: do more of what makes me happy! I asked some of my very favorite bloggers what make their heart sing. Their answer is at your finger tips, just click on the pictures and meet with … Continue reading What makes your heart sing?
This Week like: keeping the Attilas under basic control while they’ll be performing on stage 3 times this week before hundreds of people, figuring some kind Xmas diner, wrapping, packing.. If only exercising patience burned calories, I would proudly pose in bikini on our next Xmas cards . But first things first : Coffee please! espresso doppio, to start with! Looking for a very unique … Continue reading My kind of Little helper : Coffee !
What’s your first reaction when you spill your coffee over your table? Are you mad at the mess or smiling at the chance to let creativity and beauty get a hold on you? Just like this incredibly inspiring artist Giulia Bernardelli … I recently discovered her stunning masterpieces on Instagram, and like every time I find something beautifully inspiring, I must share it with the whole … Continue reading Inspiring Monday: there are such wonders in a half empty cup..
Originally posted on TwistedSifter:
? Anaïs Bordier always knew she was adopted. Her birth certificate said she was born in Busan, South Korea; an only child to a young, unmarried woman. Anaïs grew up in France in a loving home with loving parents. In February 2013 her whole life would change. ? ? Now 25 years old, Anaïs was studying fashion in London when she… Continue reading Reblog Wednesday : Identical Twins Separated at Birth, Find Each Other Online 25 Years Later
Originally posted on dunelight:
Lo, The Sun Walks North “Over the back of the Florida basker, over the froth of the Firth of Forth, Up from Tahiti and Madagascar, Lo, the sun walks north.” These brilliant lines are from a marvelous poem called Greeting to Spring (Not Without Trepidation) by Robert Lax Read the whole thing and buy it here: http://writersalmanac.publicradio.org/index.php?date=2006/05/05 The sun is marching… Continue reading Reblog Wednesday: Lo, The Sun Walks North