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Time of their lives

What’s so special about camping holidays you might ask? What with dodgy shared toilets, dodgy shared shower facilities and the risk of rain flooding your

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Up 5th Avenue

On Sunday June 10th V and I had no idea that on waking up and walking into the street outside our hotel on West 44th

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Superheroes to the rescue!

Sons Kourosh and Siavash play Spiderman with mom in front of camera. Comment   About Siamack Salari is CEO of Everyday Lives, recording human behavior for commercial

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Globetrotter

Globetrotter Remember I mentioned my travels? Here's Brazil and South Africa. About Siamack Salari is CEO of Everyday Lives, recording human behavior for commercial marketing.

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Gher bedeh

Gher bedeh My wife put some Iranian dance music on and the rest you can see for yourselves… About Siamack Salari is CEO of Everyday

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New York, too short

New York, too short Because of a missed connection (KLM's fault) I had to fly to and return from NY on the same day. This

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Koorosh the Great

Koorosh the Great Interviewing my 3-year-old son Koorosh, following my interview with his twin brother Siavash. About Siamack Salari is CEO of Everyday Lives, recording

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Bed time

Bed time The twins refuse to go to bed and it's late. About Siamack Salari is CEO of Everyday Lives, recording human behavior for commercial

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Fishy Norooz

Fishy Norooz Two days before Norooz and we are all trying to get in the mood here in Belgium. I went to buy goldfish and

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Uncle Agony

Uncle Agony Siamack Salari is trying his hand at being an agony uncle, you know, send him your questions and he will give you sound,

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Uncle Agony: toddler taming

Uncle Agony: toddler taming Answering questions about how not to raise your kids >>> Do you need advice about something? Ask me About Siamack Salari

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THAT’s how cold it is

THAT's how cold it is Back from a trip to Canada. About Siamack Salari is CEO of Everyday Lives, recording human behavior for commercial marketing.

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Wee wee training

It was Varinder’s (she’s my wife) idea to leave me at Nando’s – a chicken restaurant – with the twins while she zipped around the

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On a roll in Tokyo

A few articles ago I received an email accusing me of being a braggart (noun, a person who boasts about achievements or possessions : [as

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That’ll teach me

That'll teach me gorge myself when I wasn't even that hungry. That'll teach me to leave frozen burgers in the back of my freezer for

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We can, we will

Last week Varinder accompanied the twins and I to our local hair salon. We all needed a haircut because a) I was speaking at a

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Leaving their mark

The warning signs would have been obvious to any normal parent. I was absent mindedly scanning our kitchen while cooking. I could see some bread

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Four-ty

Sometimes I sit and stare out of a window wondering what it might be like to be fifty. I turned forty last April, and although

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I’m famous

One thing and one thing alone makes work related trips bearable: combining them with pleasure. So, when I had to go to Louisville for a

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