Third Culture Mothering


Something that started fascinating me when I started my degree in Visual Communication was Semantics, the branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning, or as Humberto Eco says “the science of meaning”. Growing-up bilingual, I became very connected to analogies and coding words to others in order to find meaning, as opposed to translating directly,… Read More Believe

Spiritual Nourishment

Quinoa Matcha Bars

One of our staples at home for its many nutritious facts, is quinoa. A goosefoot found in the Andes, where it was widely cultivated for its edible starchy seeds before the introduction of Old World grains. Chenopodium quinoa, a flowering plant in the amaranth family, is a herbaceous annual plant grown as a grain crop… Read More Quinoa Matcha Bars

Spiritual Nourishment

Blowing to Meditate

“Breathing in, I know that I am breathing in.”   Thich Nhat Hanh In this nomadic path which started in Asia, meditation found me in a group called a Sangha, which is a community of people practicing the dharma together in order to collectively cultivate and foster awareness. The essence of a sangha is understanding, acceptance, harmony… Read More Blowing to Meditate

Spiritual Nourishment

Rainbow Sunomono

The term Sunomono refers to a range of vinegar-based Japanese foods and dishes. In Japanese, “su” means vinegar. In this culture, the tradition in dishes, especially seafood or vegetable, are usually coated in a vinegar dressing. Often times, sunomono refers to Japanese foods that are side dishes to a meal and accompany other Japanese plates. We need to remember that in… Read More Rainbow Sunomono