Find Spain Flights Easily and Tips for a Fuss-Free Flight

Disclaimer: Thompson is the sponsor of this post and I was remunerated for publishing it. My mom is what you can call a frequent traveler. She often tells me about her recent travels or her plans to go to a new exciting destination for work. Her job allows her to travel to ...Read More

Rose Petal Jam

  I know I’m getting closer to my destination. I can already smell it. The scent is unforgettable. I take a deep breath and smile. Yes, this is it. Now I can also see what I’m looking for. I take out my plastic bag that I brought for this very occasion and ...Read More

Sponge Cake with Strawberries and Vanilla Sauce

My brother doesn’t eat sweets much but when he does, they have to be good.  There are some cakes and desserts he enjoys, such as Death by Chocolate or Oreo cheesecake. And, of course sponge cake with strawberries, especially with vanilla sauce. My brother loves vanilla in all forms and it complements the ...Read More

10 Online Tools to Improve Your English Writing Skills: A Guest Post

Julie over at Essay Mama contacted me and asked to publish this post. I thought it offered some great tools for improving your English writing skills. Do you use any of these or other writing tools? If so, please let me know! Have you ever questioned your English writing skill? Personally, I ...Read More

C is for Combining Cultures: Raising Global Citizens

  I’m excited to take part in this series, the ABC of Raising Global Citizens. It will run from June 1st to June 26th and there will be a post for each letter of the alphabet. The Creative World of Varya kicked off the series with a wonderful post, “A is for ...Read More

Four Reasons We Chose French Immersion for Our Daughter

Dear readers, meet my BLUNTmom friend Brooke of Missteenussr. She usually writes about parenting in a funny but extremely beautifully written way. She is a real word wizard (you really have to read “Ladies Who Lunge” to know what I mean). She recently allowed me to guest post on her blog- check me ...Read More

Learning French with Rosetta Stone

Disclaimer: this is a sponsored post and I was offered a free French course with Rosetta Stone as payment. My father grew up in France. While he came back to Poland years ago, he still has a deep appreciation for the language and culture. He is, as they say, a Francophile- a ...Read More

Chili Con Carne Recipe

My brother and I were standing at the supermarket. Emboldened by the great success of our chicken stir-fry, we wanted to try a new recipe.  I wanted to cook but at the same time, I wanted dinner to be an absolute no-brainer. I wanted simple. “What do you feel like making?”- I asked ...Read More

5 Unique Things About Parenting In India

The world is a beautiful place. It offers a culmination of cultures, value systems, beliefs and ideologies of over 7 billion people. I think it’s amazing how wonderfully each of these cultures coexist and offer so much value to one another. Today’s internet age has made the process of learning across boundaries ...Read More

Chicken Stir-Fry With Bell Pepper, Zucchini and Carrots

When asked about a typical family recipe, I’d have to say stir-fry. I don’t know how my father learned to make it. He has never been to China, but somehow for as long as I remember, my father has been making these tasty and healthy meal that could be made in no time ...Read More