A rather interesting conversation, this weekend between my kids and their friends while walking outside: Kids: "We will have ICT* lessons and then we will work on computers, that will be fun." Me: "Do you know what ICT stands for?" Kids: "Yes ipad, computer, telephone - I, C and T; we will use all three of them, how … Continue reading ICT…
Four years ago I wrote below piece on my personal blog. It caused some controversy with some people but still today I stand to those points, today perhaps even more so then ever. I therefore decided to dig the piece out, adjust it here and there and to publish again. It is a longer post … Continue reading The other side of an expat life
Summer holidays are coming to an end and when talking about them I can't help but review a little on how they went. I will start with my outcome from this summer experience, my lesson learned so to say: While I strongly do believe that is important to take time for yourself and your things … Continue reading Letting go of (summer holiday) expectations
We are coming towards the end of summer and often changes come along, too. Children may start new schools, leave their home for studies, start working; this all may be close to home, further away or even overseas. Some brush such changes off easily, are joyful and excited, others may be a little bit more fearful … Continue reading Wings and roots
I admit right from the start that I have not tried the game but the sheer thought of what is behind the new hype of "Pokemon Go" almost infuriates me. And I may be alone here, but that is ok! Aren't most of us complaining about too much attention and time spend on electronic devices? … Continue reading Go, go, go?!
Often mudras are put into connection with Yoga, sitting in meditation. But it is more to them as they can as well help to bring more "meaning to our awareness and into our expressions" (Mudras of India, book) and help our body and mind to heal. I tend to use them at times when I … Continue reading Mudras – Hand Gestures