Moshe Feldenkrais has been my mentor for years. His philosophy on movement and neuroplasticity never ceases to amaze me. “Movement is life. Life is a process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve the quality of life itself”. His words are the roots of my yoga practice and teachings. Looking for ways to improve my mental wellbeing, I followed my friends’ advice and … Continue reading Day 12: Try something for the first time (like a session with a kinesiologist!)
08AM. My Attilas are in school; Hubby at work. For a split second, I am experiencing that awkward moment when I am not sure if I actually have free time or if I am just forgetting everything. Just in case, I am running out of the house. With a local kid this time … The specificity of Hanoi Kids Hanoikids is a volunteer organization. You … Continue reading Why I loved visiting Hanoi with local kids
The suspense is finally over! We know where we’ll unpack our luggages .. Europe ?.. I was totally into moving back to the old continent, first of all to be closer to the family. Second to dwell into the seasons I’ve been missing so much for the last decade. And eventually because I am craving for French food. My body can not deal with an additional … Continue reading On the move again, guess where ..
2017, we are ready! Our jeepney is all set for new exciting adventures, and we have enough seats for you all. The program includes traveling at least on 2 continents by air, sea and road, learning new skills, choosing healthy food, activities and people and always remember that LoVE is a verb. So we’ll top it all with countless laughs and big warm hugs. Looking forward … Continue reading Especially for you!
“Be mindful of the future, but not at the expense of the moment“ – Qui Gon Jinn In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge on Path. Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Path
“This time machine has been tested many many times, it is totally secure. No chance to remain stuck in the past. Just make sure you don’t touch anything and don’t talk to anyone ok? ” All I want is to get a real glimpse of their life, listen to their conversations, look at them going through their daily routines . Who is this caring young mother, who is … Continue reading A time machine, please!
Fall, winter and boring are not in the Filipino dictionary. Click here and .. we’ll pick you up at the pier 🙂 Continue reading 15 ways to fall in love with the Philippines
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” — Mark Twain Continue reading Today is THE Day
And one minute for the Attilas to realize they are back on the rock. I took this pict in Bantayan, but it could really be anywhere in the Visayas (and probably far beyond, but I haven’t been out there yet). The friendliness of the Pinoy with kids is not a legend. I can’t remember a single restaurant where the waiter/waitress did not turn into a … Continue reading It only takes a 5-minute walk to know you are in Cebu!
said the little boy, contemplating the Ocean. But it’s not what it’s built for. Some day, we’ll sail away!” Continue reading “The ship is always safe at shore