Beautiful ideas in motion – how art communicates with the world

    Does the world already embody beautiful ideas, or do we simply interpret and project certain meaning onto the spaces we occupy? This week we want to take a look at the [...]

As we speak – the universal language of music

  I want to crawl into the hole in his violin I want to sleep there until my flesh becomes music - Ocean Vuong   As winter makes it’s chilly appearance here in [...]

An olive branch of sorts – how to argue more respectively

After the positive response we received to our ‘weekly consideration’ post on Instagram this week, we decided to sift around podcast archives to find discussions that can perhaps elaborate on the topic at hand. The [...]

You know what I’m sayin – Modern language series: part III

  Neologisms: ‘newly coined words or phrases frequently used by members of society, yet still in the process of entering common use in mainstream language.’   NEOLOGISM NUMBER THREE – Fandemonium. The impetus behind the [...]

You know what I’m sayin – Modern language series: part II

Neologisms: ‘newly coined words or phrases frequently used by members of society, yet still in the process of entering common use in mainstream language.’   NEOLOGISM NUMBER TWO – Mashing.   Mashing is a term [...]

You know what I’m sayin – Modern language series: part I

  NEOLOGISMS: ‘newly coined words or phrases frequently used by members of society, yet still in the process of entering common use in mainstream language.’ What we love about this is the fact that the [...]

Neuroplasticity – Your designer brain

  This month we bring you a brain, memory, life, and longevity links special!     Good news.... You can, in fact, think yourself smart. Scientific research studies from the mid 90’s tell [...]

Why before you buy – what does our spending say about us?

  Conspicuous Consumption is a marketing term used to describe the buyer habit of spending to acquire luxury goods and services as a means of publicly displaying economic power, status or wealth. Seemingly [...]

On and on it goes – A links list for March

  March makes it abundantly clear that we are cyclical beings. Light and dark, old and new, outspoken at times, quietly reserved in others. Passing this through a more philosophical lens it’s easy to come [...]

The pursuit of eudaimonia – what ancient Greece can teach us about living well

  Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and [...]

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