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Time for an Honest Conversation About Motherhood

Do you know those beautiful, pleasant and enchanting articles that are written each year specifically for Mother’s Day?  This is not one of them. This is an honest conversation we need to have about motherhood. /From the perspective of young, modern women in a post-feminist, urban, western reality/ There was […]


An alternative way of celebrating Mother’s Day

Many countries celebrate Mother’s Day on the second Sunday of May, which is the 10th of May this year. This holiday exists to honor mothers and motherhood.  Even though the idea of this holiday is great, it can be stressful, as it often happens with all other holidays. The worst-case […]


The dwindling concept of ‘home’

My New Year begins with a trip to the train station at 5:30am on the 1st. I board a train, arms laden with bags, ready to relocate. Again. I’m heading for what will be my seventh country. I would not be able to say how many houses, but it must […]


All I want for Christmas is…

Our city has magically transformed into a twinkling dazzle of Christmas lights reminding us all that It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year. Colors of rich forest green, deep ruby red and sparkling gold or silver create a festive atmosphere that many of us remember from our childhoods. Yes, […]


Domestic violence- What’s love got to do with it?

What’s love got to do with it? (Tina Turner, world famous singer and victim of domestic abuse) With the #metoo movement in full swing, women, supported by their sisters around the world and – sometimes for the first time – heard by the men in their lives, are using the […]


the snowboarding family

Baby on Board – the Snowboarding Family

Grandpa, grandma + 3 sons + daughter in law + 3 grandkids = the Krebernik’s, aka the Snowboarding Family. The three generations of nine riders, ranging from 1 to 74 years of age, share their passion for powder snow, snowboards and family. It all started with father Dieter, who became one of the […]