How much time do you spend with your children?

Sometimes I don't think I spend enough time with my son. I work full-time (and overtime). So on weekdays, I see my son as I motivate him through his morning routine and from when I get dinner on the table through when I tuck him into bed at night. Weekends are considerably better as we go through our chores and adventures, and are in each other's company for most of the day....more

Sunday Scaries? One Reason You Might Get That Sinking Feeling Right Before Monday

There’s something that happens every Sunday, when the sun peaks through my California window, nestling itself into the space in which I slept. The neighbors are out, the weekend feels as though at it’s end, and I should be gearing up for another busy week ahead…but instead, I feel the call to stay in, stay quiet, and connect to something. There’s a part of my heart, a deep little corner, something beyond the depths of consciousness, that needs to be rediscovered on Sundays, so I can feel complete again. So I can face another week....more

Curing the 5th of May Hangover

Anyone else have a hard time finding their motivation to get their Friday started? I think it had something to do with a little Thursday night Cinco de Mayo celebration.I find the best way to kick my hangover happens in either one of two ways:1. Sweating it out.2. A cheeseburger or some ice cream....more


Hello Loves! So When I was in New York I was dying for a new pair of shoes because my Topshop Sandals (seen here and here) were getting tired, so I went to the Nike Factory Store on 5th expecting to buy a pair of Nike Roshes....more

A long weekend in Copenhagen

John and I has a long weekend stop over is Copenhagen Denmark on our way to Greenland. We were lucky enough to stay with some awesome friends who showed us around the city and really made our trip so much more awesome!We spent a few days seeing what Copenhagen had to offer. We had a nice day trip out to Nyborg, and of course we visited the Copenhagen Zoo. To read more about our trip see here......more

#Easter weekend part one. #Aperitivo : #Pizza Rustica and Beer

We are going to start this Easter weekend with an Aperitivo, and why not another traditional baked delight of the Easter Season: a slice of Pizza Rustica.This savory dish is made using shortbread pie crust ( in Italian Pasta Frolla) filled with beaten organic eggs flavoured with salt and pepper, a selection of cold cuts, such as salami, ham and spicy dry sausage and a mix of cheeses like pecorino and parmesan. The pie once filled is baked to perfection until golden brown, resulting in a dish that is unbelievably good! ...more