We’ve just come back from a month in New Zealand. That sounds like a very luxurious thing. In fact for my family, it’s become a kind of necessity. When you have international marriage and two little kids, this is part of what life is like. Well it is if you want your kids to have a good balance of both languages and cultures. So in March, 2017, was the first
In my last post I talked about getting back from the most amazing long weekend in Kyoto for my inaugural retreat! Sign up here to learn about my next retreat coming up in May in Okinawa: Be the first to find out about my next retreat: I deliberately kept #kyotoretreat2017 (Check out on instagram here) small and exclusive as I wanted it to be intimate and powerful for the participants.
I have just come back from a fantastic. No. Fantastic doesn’t begin to describe it. What’s better than fantastic…Fabulous x 100 weekend down in Kyoto. This was my inaugural retreat for entrepreneurial women who live in Japan. (More on that soon!) The purpose was to bring together a small and intimate group of like minded women in an amazing location for a long weekend of sightseeing, masterminding and relaxation.
Yesterday I was discussing the choices we have to make our own lives better with two students. Both are English teachers at Japanese public schools, one at high school the other junior high school. Both have been on maternity leave and are heading back to work in the next few months and so are working on brushing up their English before heading back to work. I asked them how
We are still in January, so I will keep updating you with what I am planning for 2017. Next up: Last year my word for the year was creativity. But unfortunately I didn’t remember that it was my word for the year after I decided that and mostly forgot about it. This year I’m doing it differently. I’m putting it up somewhere where I can see it every day. So