Reblog Wed: On valuing our children in the classroom too

Originally posted on Motherhood Made Me Do It:
My son came home today with a giant piece of paper with his name written in the middle, surrounded by several incredibly kind words and phrases that his friends had used to describe him. He was beaming with pride when he showed me. It was, by far, his proudest moment in school to date. To be recognized… Continue reading Reblog Wed: On valuing our children in the classroom too

If only The Brangelina had chosen the Expat life

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

Reblog Wed: The Complete Taxonomy of Engagement Photo Poses

Valentines – 4… They last longer than chocolates or red roses. Nothing more beautiful will ever ornate your living room walls and the ones of your parents. Last but not least, they will get you hundreds “Like” on FB and IG. Ladies, you’ve been dreaming this moment for so long … today is the day : Your (in)famous most romantic Photo Shot! Here is the most … Continue reading Reblog Wed: The Complete Taxonomy of Engagement Photo Poses

Reblog Wed: Looking Bad Is The New Looking Good

Here’s an advertising trend that comes up every now and then: putting glamorous apparel on models made to look sad/greasy/hostile. I’m stumped by this. Why would it help sell an outfit to show that outfit on a person who looks miserable? There must be a method to this madness, or so many designers wouldn’t be doing it. But what? What’s the thinking? To get my… Continue reading Reblog Wed: Looking Bad Is The New Looking Good

Reblog Wednesday : Identical Twins Separated at Birth, Find Each Other Online 25 Years Later

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

“Where there’s color, there is life”

Said Andrew when I complimented him about the stunning colors of his blog. Beauty is everywhere, but it takes a real gifted artist to really see it and moreover to share it. When you find one, you want to introduce him to all your friends, to spread the love. Ladies and Gentlemen, meet with Andrew Seal. Visit the Changing Palette (click on the pic), but also … Continue reading “Where there’s color, there is life”