Love and the magic of Impermanence

The magic of impermanence: The beauty of the day is disrupted by nightfall. The beauty of the night is disrupted by sunrise. Neither day nor night would be as beautiful as they are without the other. At this time last year I felt depleted from lack of sleep, injuries, dealing with tantrums, and other misfortunes;Continue reading “Love and the magic of Impermanence”

Creating Family Traditions: Lemon Ricotta Pancakes

One of the challenges about not being religious and marrying into a different culture is that you lose some of the traditions you grow up with. That’s why it’s important to build your own, no matter what background you come from. Every Christmas, my parents, sister, aunts and uncles and their kids would get togetherContinue reading “Creating Family Traditions: Lemon Ricotta Pancakes”

Making Art a Family Weekend Ritual with the Whitney Museum

It’s the weekend! What’s the plan? This used to be of great concern to me, given I have two active toddler boys who get restless playing at home. I constantly have to find activities for them to keep them engaged and happy, so thank goodness the Whitney Museum offers a family art program where IContinue reading “Making Art a Family Weekend Ritual with the Whitney Museum”

Free Indoor Play in the Meatpacking – Artech Adventures in Art & Technology

One of the great things about living in NYC is FREE things to do for families. The Children’s Museum of Art is hosting ARTech: Adventures in Art & Technology, a pop-up play space designed for kids 4+ years to explore Art & Technology, throughout March & April – perfect for spending quality time with theContinue reading “Free Indoor Play in the Meatpacking – Artech Adventures in Art & Technology”