I was honored and delighted to be invited by Linda Sage to be a guest speaker on her podcast. Stay tuned, it will be aired this Friday! From humble beginnings in France to the skyline of New York, Evelyne Fallows has fought to conquer many Everest size challenges in her life emotionally, psychologically and physically. … More Learning From Life Podcast
Paris, 1999. My husband and I are having dinner at Spoon, one of Alain Ducasse’s restaurants near the Champs Elysees. Tom has a big announcement to make and is clearly excited. Tom: I got a job offer, you’ll never guess where! Me: …(I never did so fast forward…) Tom: Seoul, Korea! Me: …? Seoul, 2000. … More Food…glorious food. An expat’s musings.
A big thank you to this week’s contributor, my friend Malinda Quartel Coupe, who lives in Riyadh and is sharing her experience driving in the kingdom. June 24, 2018 marked the first day that females were allowed behind the wheel for the very first time (legally) in the history of this country. As a Dutch … More Saudi Arabia ~ History in the making
This applied to me for the first 50 years of my life: In Europe, in Asia and in the Middle East, we had Celsius, meters and kilos. Then…I moved to the U.S. It was a challenge, especially if you take into account I am a catastrophe with numbers. The first time I realized I’d better … More Reflections of a new Manhattanite (part 2)