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

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

Ballet for boys

As a young ballet teacher, I decided I want to get some experience with different groups and ages. This year I am teaching kids from the age of 3 to 18. Interestingly enough, the only group in which I have boys, is my toddlers’ group. A couple of weeks back I was teaching, the class … More Ballet for boys

Tel-Aviv’s Jaffa

Jaffa, or as Israelis pronounce it – Yafo, is where Tel-Aviv emerged from. While Tel-Aviv is a relatively new city (officially 110 years old), Jaffa has been here for thousands of years, and can be traced back to around 2000 BCE. It is an ancient port city, and though municipally associated to Tel-Aviv, it has … More Tel-Aviv’s Jaffa

Bali vibes

I’m spending the last weeks of summer in Tel-Aviv. Pretty soon I’ll be moving to a country with colder climate, and I thought that I would honor this city with almost-year-round summer vibes by giving you tips to the most Bali like, beach vibes, places. It seems as though the healthy, smoothie bowls trend has … More Bali vibes