Fast paced and radical changes, surreal and disrupting all our normalities, Covid 19 has brought to us all new realities. I rarely talk about the ‘heritage’ of growing up in … Continue reading
With the World book day past us, how about our favourite kids magazine? At a time when everything is going digital, here comes this brilliant monthly printed publication. We had … Continue reading
Valentines may be a cliché and one may not stick to February 14th to celebrate. BUT one does not have to be Esther Perel or Alain de Botton to figure out that grown up time is utterly important for healthy happy dynamics. And kids can be also brought along on romantic trips should you go to the right places! How about Martinhal in Portugal, Calcot Manor in Cotswolds or an Italian little known gem – Camogli?
Kiddies school just started, (office) projects lists getting longer by the day, just as light is getting scarcer and days shorter? Weak pound plus already into bleak autumn weather? Wanderlusting … Continue reading
What better time to read than school & summer holidays? Here are my suggestions for the summer reads: some relatively recently published books, my all time contemporary favourites and some … Continue reading
London has been saddened recently by few horrific events: Westminster & London bridge, Borough market, the tragedy at Grenfell Tower, the savage attacks at Finsbury Park. So I did hesitate … Continue reading
Paris has been my preferred city for many years and home too many years ago. Pied a terre between 2003 – 2004, got to love it instantly and felt home … Continue reading
The consolations of philosophy, The art as a therapy and How Proust can change your life, have been wonderful discoveries for me in 2015. Could not fault them, Alain writes … Continue reading