10 Lifestyle tips to go back to your natural weight

Getting a bit overweight is quite easy, especially as you hit your 30s. Suddenly, food has no mercy and you can no longer eat as you wish with no consequences. As our metabolism slows down, things such as too many “treats”, a holiday, the arrival of winter (and the laziness linked to the darker and … More 10 Lifestyle tips to go back to your natural weight

Alignment, Strength, Flexibility and Balance – 12 yoga poses

Divided in four groups, the following poses aim to work and improve on the main benefits of yoga – Alignment, Strength, Flexibility and Balance. Many of the asanas below are also some of my favourites 🙂 Work on your alignment Warriors (One, Two and Three) Side Twists Cat and cow Build your strength Crow pose Tolasana … More Alignment, Strength, Flexibility and Balance – 12 yoga poses

The uncool business of ‘wanting to have children’

There are many posts recently defending the right of women to no having children. There is even a book, Regretting Motherhood, by Orna Donath. Its overall idea presents mothers really loving their children -not that they want to send them back (not that they could, anyway); but somehow thinking that their life would be more … More The uncool business of ‘wanting to have children’

Mating in Captivity – Esther Perel on relationships and sexuality

It’s that loving time of the year again 🙂 For anyone who has loved, loves or wants to love… Here is a Valentine’s present! My summary of a great book I read recently, Mating in Captivity by Esther Perel, can be easily replaced by this interview to the author. Esther Perel talks about desire, relationships, marriage, … More Mating in Captivity – Esther Perel on relationships and sexuality