Posts Tagged: inspiration

Where flowers bloom

Officially it’s fall, although it doesn’t feel like it around here. Soon it will rain, and with it the wild flowers and green will return. In the meanwhile my thoughts return to the lazy summer days spent with my family in Latvia.

Where flowers bloom

Officially it’s fall, although it doesn’t feel like it around here. Soon it will rain, and with it the wild flowers and green will return. In the meanwhile my thoughts return to the lazy summer days spent with my family in Latvia.

North exposure and a ‘sfiha’ for busy moms

It quite fascinates me to get to know the real person behind any creation, be it a book, a painting or a blog. I’ve been following the wonderful and inspiring blog hug hakotev hazfoni (in Hebrew) for over a year.

North exposure and a ‘sfiha’ for busy moms

It quite fascinates me to get to know the real person behind any creation, be it a book, a painting or a blog. I’ve been following the wonderful and inspiring blog hug hakotev hazfoni (in Hebrew) for over a year.

About nostalgia and cucumbers

  I feel a bit nostalgic lately. Perhaps because my parents brought me (after 3 years of begging) my grandmother’s chandelier from her house in St Petersburg – a little bit of Soviet retro and lots of memories. It’s a

About nostalgia and cucumbers

  I feel a bit nostalgic lately. Perhaps because my parents brought me (after 3 years of begging) my grandmother’s chandelier from her house in St Petersburg – a little bit of Soviet retro and lots of memories. It’s a

Chazuke – or let’s swim in some tea

I knew I had to bring Karine to write a guest post to follow the one about Dalia Ben Mayor’s ceramics studio, and, fortunately, she agreed. Karine is Karine Kedar – a really cool girl, traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine

Chazuke – or let’s swim in some tea

I knew I had to bring Karine to write a guest post to follow the one about Dalia Ben Mayor’s ceramics studio, and, fortunately, she agreed. Karine is Karine Kedar – a really cool girl, traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine

Without words

Dalia Ben Mayor, Yodfat, 07.05.14 Dalia is an amazing ceramicist. She’s the owner of Shino, a pottery studio built as an integral part of her family’s home that overlooks the Yodfat Mound (Tel Yodfat). Her beautiful pottery works, made for the

Without words

Dalia Ben Mayor, Yodfat, 07.05.14 Dalia is an amazing ceramicist. She’s the owner of Shino, a pottery studio built as an integral part of her family’s home that overlooks the Yodfat Mound (Tel Yodfat). Her beautiful pottery works, made for the

Talking dugri

Hedva Livnat, Kibbutz Tuval, 02.04.14 Hedva is the publisher and a co-founder of Dugrinet, a web magazine from the Galilee that addresses communal, social and political issues. She is part of the women only multicultural team that runs Dugrinet that

Talking dugri

Hedva Livnat, Kibbutz Tuval, 02.04.14 Hedva is the publisher and a co-founder of Dugrinet, a web magazine from the Galilee that addresses communal, social and political issues. She is part of the women only multicultural team that runs Dugrinet that

Jewell Ray

  Some people told me that I should share more of the work I do apart from the blog, so I decided to write this post and say thank you to the amazing people that offered me a great opportunity.

Jewell Ray

  Some people told me that I should share more of the work I do apart from the blog, so I decided to write this post and say thank you to the amazing people that offered me a great opportunity.

Desert time

  I know I’ve disappeared for a while, but I have kind of an excuse. I’ve been to the desert twice in the past month, and let me tell you – it was wonderful. I got lost in a desert

Desert time

  I know I’ve disappeared for a while, but I have kind of an excuse. I’ve been to the desert twice in the past month, and let me tell you – it was wonderful. I got lost in a desert

Garden pesto and sourdough bread

Up until a couple of years ago I’d been under the impression that the wild plants growing in my garden were useless, harming those I was cultivating and should be removed. Fortunately, I learned some things since. Thanks to people

Garden pesto and sourdough bread

Up until a couple of years ago I’d been under the impression that the wild plants growing in my garden were useless, harming those I was cultivating and should be removed. Fortunately, I learned some things since. Thanks to people

The view from here

The Beit Netofa valley unfolds before me like a wonderful quilt that changes its colors and amazes every day anew. I see the fragmented fields as a simile to the different people and communities that make the Galilee. The nature

The view from here

The Beit Netofa valley unfolds before me like a wonderful quilt that changes its colors and amazes every day anew. I see the fragmented fields as a simile to the different people and communities that make the Galilee. The nature

On fire and inspiration

Dalit Harel, Atzmon, 02.01.14 Dalit is a Nia teacher and dance therapist; she lives in Atzmon in Misgav. We’ve met to talk about Nia, joy and inspiration. Which words or feelings come up when you think about Nia? Grounding, pleasure, breath

On fire and inspiration

Dalit Harel, Atzmon, 02.01.14 Dalit is a Nia teacher and dance therapist; she lives in Atzmon in Misgav. We’ve met to talk about Nia, joy and inspiration. Which words or feelings come up when you think about Nia? Grounding, pleasure, breath