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Christmas is over and all we’re left with is extra fat on our hips, presents we never needed, and a long to-do list – the so-called new-year resolutions – for 2013. The last one – new year resolutions – is a topic on its own, so I’d like to draw attention to the one special … Continue reading

Roman holiday – part I

Rome. Having to leave home is so childishly exciting and tearfully heartbreaking at the same time. Away from the kids. For a short break. ‘Childishly exciting’ trumps ‘tearfully heartbreaking’ always, nonetheless. The kids will be fine. They’ll dump us one day anyway. And not just for a weekend. Anyhow, the trip is absolutely hilarious so … Continue reading

if shoes could talk…

Taking the tube in London (also called metro/subway/underground in other parts of the world) was a grounding experience I needed. In fact, I will dedicate a post on why and how I’d teach my kids to rough it and keep in touch with the ground (or the underground in this context), no matter where life … Continue reading