The UNESCO world heritage city of Bruges (Brugge) is an enchanting town filled with winding roads that lead you to chocolate shops, street waffles and craft ‘bier’ at every corner. … Continue reading Bruges, Belgium
Visit one of a kind Oia in Santorini, Greece and be changed forever. There are so many things to do in this eclectic and cultural haven. Scroll down to learn … Continue reading Santorini, Greece-Oia
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.
This body is not me; I am not limited by this body, I am life without boundaries. I have never been born and I have never died. Look at the … Continue reading This Body is Not Me- Thich Nhat Hanh
In the last week, my husband and dearest friend have lost their brothers. My husband’s brother is named Chris. He was only 46 and left behind his wife, 10-year-old and a … Continue reading Helping a child cope with the loss of a loved one.
How creativity and a cute boy with his paddle board set our schedule free.
We arrived at the Havana Airport after a quick direct flight from Grand Cayman. We were greeted by Juan Carlos and Jon , our guide and driver for the … Continue reading Havana, Cuba and the beautiful complexity that is her.
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
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?
It would be wonderful to support and encourage parents that are contemplating becoming a home schooler. When I first started thinking of homeschool as an option, I was very intimidated … Continue reading Love of homeschooling!
Khan Academy may be one of the absolute best programs for supplemental schooling or home schooling. It is more user-friendly then any other program we have used, it has more … Continue reading The secret to a 6 and 8 year old’s love of mathematics!