Today is March, 8, known in some parts of the world as International Women’s Day. The holiday celebrates the respect, appreciation, and love towards women for women. However historically, the Women’s Day was meant to recognize struggles of working-class women and praise their social achievements. An annual “international women’s day” was first organised by the German political activist […]Read more "March, 8 – What Are We Celebrating?"
Intelligence is the new sexy. If you are giving extra points for person who can speak a few languages fluently, able to put comma in the right place, or knows how the spaceship navigates, or you are sapiosexual. According to Diana Rabb, a Ph.D. in transpersonal psychology: “The brain is the largest sex organ. Those who admit […]Read more "Sapiosexuality"
“Travel and change of place impart new vigor to the mind.” –Lucius Annaeus Seneca In my case that new vigor was directed on feelings. During my stay in Tenerife amusingly overwhelming feeling of love was chasing me wherever I went. I saw the signs of love painted on the sand, carved on the trees and […]Read more "#heartspotted"
Lumpy Atlantic waves, sultry sun and stunning views of Tenerife brings me back to my senses, which greatly reflects on what I write. Yesterday it was all about hugs. Today, let’s talk about kissing. Kiss is an exchange of information between partners. The best kisses grow out of an emotional connection and ambiance. With kissing we collect sensory information from taste, smell, […]Read more "The Science of Kissing"
Therianthropy is the ￼￼spiritual belief that one may host a sole of an animal’s or another being. The term “therianthropy” comes from the combination of two Greek words: theríon – “wild animal” or “beast”; and anthrōpos, – “human being.” Therianthropes, or beastmen are very common in popular culture today, but indeed have been a part of popular culture in the past. Spiritual beliefs in animal transformation […]Read more "Therianthropy"
Today is a winter cuteness overload post. I was walking in -15 fidgeting my fingers to save them from freezing. For the moment I stopped watching the snowflakes flirting on me, when my phone buzzed to give me a new daily learning. Did you know that squirrels in fact use their tail to protect them […]Read more "Why Squirrels Have Bushy Tails?"
No, I’m not talking about any kind of “space travel” here 🙂 What I found is a new floating hotel project created by London-based designer and architect, Gianluca Santosuosso. Santosuosso has created a concept for a futuristic floating hotel the MORPHotel that allows slowly travel around the world. The MORPHotel is believed to challenge the cruise industry, as its […]Read more "How to Travel Around the World Inside the Hotel Room?"