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Live With 'Resonance': Reattach Your Wire to the World
The German sociologist Hartmut Rosa has written an 800-page tome about how we relate to the world and what constitutes a good life.
How fear of rejection ruined my life.
I'm not a brave person. At least, I'm not as brave as I look like. I traveled alone a couple of times to countries that were more than 5000 miles away from my home.
Making Fabric from Metal
In medieval and ancient times, almost everything was either made by hand or with a limited amount of hand tools and pure elbow grease(this is fairly obvious, upon retrospect, since they used to call it the dark ages). From furniture to fabrics, carpentry to metalworking, laborers and skilled artisans alike had no electricity nor any advanced machinery to help them create their vision.
Top 5 Large-Leaved Houseplants
When it comes to interior decoration, there are many options. But if you prefer natural flowers instead of ornaments, there are several rules to keep in mind. First of all, they must be non-toxic, which is especially important if you have pets.
The Art of Masturdation
I love masturdating. I believe that a little self-pleasure is very important in everyone’s life. I masturdated for the first time when I was 6 years old. (Pretty young, but don’t judge me)
8 Decorating Tips This Holiday
The holidays are just around the corner, with Christmas songs blasting from every speaker. Somehow, however, you don't know how to start decorating for the holidays. Not to worry, here are seven easy tips to aid your holiday decorating process.
Transform Your Tiny Balcony Into An At-Home Getaway
Balconies are more in-demand now than ever, as the COVID-19 pandemic taught us all how valuable private outdoor space really is. If you’re lucky enough to have one, even if it’s on the smaller side, there is plenty you can do to make the most of it.
Are you a prisoner of your cell phone?
Scientists have reported that using mobile phones for long hours disrupts our sleep patterns and put our mental and physical health at risk. With advent of social media, there is an even greater risk of depression.
How to Survive an Earthquake on Vacation
Growing up in Florida meant that I learned how to track the path of a hurricane in school at a young age. I remember being given a paper map and checking the news each morning to plot the updated location, then using that information to make an informed opinion of which direction it would go in the following days.
Why New is Not Always Best
Worried about decking the kids out in their winter clothes because you don’t have the money? Need new things for the house but don't know how you'll afford it? Don’t buy new, buy second-hand.
Buying Your First Home – What to Do and How to Choose?
When you’re buying your first home, most people will tell you that this is the hardest thing in the world and that you need to be very careful not to make a mistake. And while all of those things are true, you won’t know what to do and how to behave until you’ve gone through the process of buying a home for the very first time. Each step of this process is very difficult, mentally exhausting, and physically challenging, but it’s also the most beautiful thing in the world. So, if you’re buying a home at the moment and have no experience in that area, here are a few tips that might help you find the perfect place and turn it into a perfect home.
Creating In Sketchbooks
“Draw. Draw. Draw. Draw. Draw. Get sketchbooks and draw. Draw everything. Draw every day of your life. Draw what you see. Draw from life. Draw from your mind’s eye. You’ll be surprised as to what you can create.”