As a new year start it is customary in western culture to reflect on the past year, be grateful for yet another year alive on this earth and take the nearly mandatory new year resolution. 2019 was crazy for us with a lot of stress both at home and at work. Some of this was self-induce as we could have taken on less personal projects, … Continue reading Wishing you a healthy 2020
Having work experience in a country with job security and lived in the USA where hire and fire is the rule I wanted to share my observations. Work behaviors can directly be tracked to the social and economic system in place in their country. Continue reading How the social system impact the working culture
This will be another new beginning for us, nothing stays the same, we keep on evolving, we meet new friends, go on to different phases in life and change in many unexpected way throughout. Continue reading Time to say goodbye
My husband and I are BIG foodies, with a couple of friend of different nationalities we are members of the unofficial “International Supper Club” in Cologne, Germany. We would basically meet regularly to discover a new cuisine in a different restaurant and share amazing meals and moments. For both Indian and French, food is the fuel for both your body and your soul. It is … Continue reading Best of both world or when Indian cuisine meets French cuisine
Coming to the US I always assumed that I knew how the american political system worked. I knew how the French Republic (constitution 1791) and the United States of America (constitution of 1788) shared the same ideological roots (Age of Enlightenment) and even political figures ( Benjamin Franklin, Marquis de Lafayette). Over centuries we shared the same struggle on how to set up a fair … Continue reading Why american like voting so much?