Christmas is approaching, which means soon Santa will be coming to our homes with a bagfull of presents. We know that on December 24 Santa Claus will have to do the impossible and cross the entire world from Finland to Australia. Each Nordic country claims Santa resides within their territory. People in Norway believe that he lives in […]Read more "50 Shades of Santa"
Fashion is the third most polluting industry in the world, and the second largest consumer and polluter of water. The Environmental Leader admits that “17 to 20 % of industrial water pollution comes from textile dyeing and treatment and an estimated 8,000 synthetic chemicals are used throughout the world to turn raw materials into textiles, many of […]Read more "Waste Is No Longer In Trend: Fashion Brands That Recycle"
If you plan cities for cars and traffic, you get cars and traffic. If you plan for people and places, you get people and places – Fred Kent, Project for Public Transportation Stuttgart-based Moovel Lab plans the future of urban mobility. In their projects, they combine data analytics, technology, and art to create concepts and visualised pieces of […]Read more "Roads to Romes: if borders were set according to road distance to nearest capital city"
Marmalade is a from of fruit preserve made from the juice and peel of fruits and berries. The dessert has Greek roots but Portuguese name. The Greeks were the first ones who started to cook quince, a fruit similar in appearance to a pear with bitter taste when raw. However once slowly cooked with honey quince turns into […]Read more "A Brief History of Marmalade + Sugar Free Marmalade Recipe"
For almost a year I got hooked by Naked Genetics podcast brought by The Naked Scientists in association with the Genetics Society. A few words to be said about Dr. Kat Arney, curator of the podcast. Dr.Kat Arney has PhD in biology from Cambridge University and currently working on a popular science book about genetics. At the […]Read more "Why don’t elephants have cancer?"
Today’s topic refers to perennial question: How to find your purpose in life? I believe each one of us has asked this question at least once, and, in case the answer wasn’t found, keeps on asking again and again. It is important for us to have purpose. Having a purpose means having a direction. Having […]Read more "Multipotenialite or How to Find Your True Calling?"
Have you ever been in the situation, when you should have left home already 10 minutes ago but right now you are running around like a headless chicken desperately trying to find a stocking (a sock, a glove, an earring, take your pick)? The house is on fire. Your mental alarm bells start to ring […]Read more "How to joyfully tidy up your house and life!"