Experience a Mini Tasting Tour of Barcelona while also keeping your children happy. Top 3 places to delight your kids (and your) taste buds and experience authentic Spanish and Catalan … Continue reading Kid Friendly mini tasting tour. Barcelona’s Top 3 kid-friendly (yet delicious) places to eat.
How creativity and a cute boy with his paddle board set our schedule free.
One of the many layers of mindful living is being conscious of the effects of cleaning products that are used in your home. The choices made on the items you purchase … Continue reading Mindful Home- ECO-FRIENDLY Cleaning products that keep your family safe and actually work!
Summer has been busy for us and I am sure all of you can relate! While busy means fun, connection, energy and new beginnings; I find it hard to stay … Continue reading Whenever you interact with people, don’t be there primarily as a function or a role, but as a field of conscious Presence.- E.Tolle
A few moments after sunrise, I walked through the Buddha Garden’s on my way to breakfast. The post sunrise dew and elaborate detail of the Buddha faces consumed my every breath. Stillness. … Continue reading No Mud, No Lotus – Caring for Cambodia
We leave to Cambodia in exactly 48 hours. We have learned lots of Khmer. We have learned the topography of Cambodia and begun a diorama of some of its indigenous … Continue reading If you hear a voice within you say you cannot paint, then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced. ― Vincent van Gogh
Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a Children’s Yoga certification course. It was revealing, deep, uncomfortable and meaningful. My expectation was to learn a few Yoga sequences that I … Continue reading Sa Ta what? Chanting with your children- creepy… or amazing?
J and B are currently studying Spanish, Italian and we are about to roll into Mandarin. Rosetta Stone has a homeschooling package which is pretty amazing. I love Rosetta Stone … Continue reading Ciao baby! Foreign Language Fun
Waking up to “without a trace”- Practical Life- J and B were both Montessori babes from age 3 through Kindergarten. One thing that is really nice about Montessori is that … Continue reading Practical Life- Waking up without a trace
I read recently in an “unschooling” movement blog that it is completely normal and healthy for children to go through something similar to withdrawals, when they have not been in school … Continue reading how un-schooling and Cousteau gave J the freedom to cry…
The last two weeks have been a merge of absolute bliss, sprinkled with a bit of much-needed rigidity to get us back into our evening and morning flow 🙂 J and … Continue reading Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment- A Grand Cayman must!
“There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots; the other, wings.” W. Hodding Carter Roots Stability, consistency, routine and knowing … Continue reading Roots and Wings