We are not all into DIY. Some of us have a passion for delightful, handmade, creative pretty things… but not for making them ourselves. Right? Maybe we don’t (think we) have the talent, dexterity or creativity required. Maybe we don’t have the time, the space, or the tools. Maybe we did the maths and it …

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The mental load

https://theearlyhour.com/2018/01/04/you-shouldve-asked-mental-load/?fbclid=IwAR2J8D2ivAP4RsXv8ocKvbH8Jsnmv-6GFRvwAmmVJhRpI_26-rp9LrW_EmY I found this in my FB timeline this morning. It's one of those times when someone else has put into words a feeling I've been experiencing for a long time, uncomfortable and uneasy, but I couldn't express myself. This applies not only to parents. It's not only about families with children. Great read whether …

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Classical music and modern art – part II

Last Tuesday, after leaving the Bach to Baby concert (you can read about it here: https://babysmilesbysophia.wordpress.com/2019/05/03/classical-music-and-modern-art-part-i/ ) just a couple minutes before the conclusion, I headed for the Ashmolean Museum. They have a Jeff Koons exhibition on until the beginning of May, which I wanted to see since it opened in February, but for one …

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