A defining trait of Millennials is their ability to absorb technology into their daily lives. After all, it’s common to see a teen or young adult engrossed on their phones. They haven’t been dubbed “phone addicts” for nothing. However, what do you think their doing on their phones? Scrolling through their social media feeds? Watching a ...read more »
In a couple of months my mom is coming to visit us in India for the fifth time. I love this feeling of excitement when something pleasant is going to happen in the nearest future. Adriana, Alexandra and Ares (my kids, in case you’re new here) are waiting for her with great anticipation, and so ...read more »
Although traveling and reading are too major interests of mine, I've never got inspired to read anything promoted as "travel books". It's not that I didn't try reading recent bestsellers, many of which have been also made into ripping Hollywood movies. And it's not that I don't admit their value. I'm perfectly willing to acknowledge ...read more »
I noticed a positive effect of coloring long time ago. Turning a black-and-white page into an intricate illustration helped me survive long Ukrainian winters with their catastrophic lack of color. Years later coloring came in handy when I searched for ways to reduce parenting stress. Whenever I had a free minute, I used to grab ...read more »
[justify]So here we are in 2015 - Happy New Year! It doesn't feel any different yet 🙂 Except for one thing - for the first time in my life I have some new year resolutions. These have been fantastic seven years in India: not only this country has become my home, but it's an actual ...read more »
Every time I went to the Crawford Market , I couldn’t stop admiring the building of Anjuman-i-Islam School, just like almost any other structure in the historical center of Mumbai.
Right next to the school there is Sir Jamsetjee Jeejebhoy School of Art, and a couple of days ago I found out it was actually a ...read more »