Flying during Covid-19

Late in May me and my partner decided we would fly to Israel. At the time Israel was starting to open up, after the first wave of Coronoavirus seemed to have passed. Shops, restaurants, studios, were all up and running again. I watched as my friends got back to work, socialized and regained their freedom. … More Flying during Covid-19

Breaking point

At the beginning of this Lockdown I’ve posted about feeling quite privileged about my quarantine circumstances and about being able to cope with it quite well. Though I acknowledge that I am still privileged to have been going through Lockdown in fairly good conditions and with an amazing partner, my ability to cope with it … More Breaking point

Doors of Edinburgh

I love architecture, it’s literally one of my favorite things. I love facades and I love windows and doors. Lucky for me, Edinburgh has the most beautiful facades and doors! After a little stroll in the city today, I decided to share with you a few pictures of the loveliest doors in town. Since I’ve … More Doors of Edinburgh

Anti-Racism

Since all hell broke loose I was quite overwhelmed for a while, and was pretty quiet on social media and here as well. It is very weird for me to be in lockdown and in an entirely different continent, while seeing what’s going on in the States. I honestly didn’t know what to say, so … More Anti-Racism

Dog ate my homework

Remember when “dog ate my homework” was an excuse for not doing your homework? Well, that’s so November 2019. Since the Coronvirus crisis kids and parents have been coming up with some new, super creative excuses for why they have been missing their dance classes. Here are a couple: A mom explaining why her kid … More Dog ate my homework