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13 small kitchen ideas perfect for Singapore homes

Singapore is one of the best places in the world to eat out no matter what your budget, so it's no surprise that most homes have really small …

This Modern New York Penthouse Features Panoramic Views and Sophisticated Decor

Undertaking a rare residential commission, the Rockwell Group crafts a sumptuously modern penthouse high above Park Avenue<p><i>This article originally appeared in the January 2014 issue of Architectural Digest.</i><p>For decades, among a certain swath of New York society, only a handful of addresses were …

This Designer Trick Will Make Your Small Space Look Larger

Behold the power of paint. Even bulky pieces like consoles, armoires, and bookcases, when painted the same color as the wall behind, suddenly seem …

How to Decorate with Jewel Tones Photos

There's no doubt that amethysts, sapphires, and rubies look fabulous on your hands and wrists, but pulling off the equivalent jewel tones in your home is no easy feat. Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson, the team behind Manhattan-based design firm Drake/Anderson, know that a touch of these super-glam …

Top 100 Creative And Intriguing Table Lamps For Modern Interiors

Something as simple and in some cases as small as a table can have a pretty big visual impact on the interior design of a room or home in general. …

Make a Wall Mounted Desk With a Secret Compartment Underneath

A desk is a great place to work, but it’s also a great place to hide stuff. Over on YouTube, DIY Creators put together a desk that mounts to a wall, …

Woodworking

Pay Attention to Your Sleep Cycle to Always Wake Up Early

If you’re having a hard time waking up on time in the morning, you might need to adjust your schedule to align with your sleep cycles. The closer you …

The Conversation Placebo

In my daily work as a primary care internist, I see no letup from pain. Every single patient, it seems, has an aching shoulder or a bum knee or a painful back. “Our bodies evolved to live about 40 years,” I always explain, “and then be finished off by a mammoth or a microbe.” Thanks to a century of …

Communication Skills

How To Decorate Your Space In 5 Layers

Ever wondered how to decorate your space like an interior designer would? We're lucky to work with many fabulously talented designers in our offices and we asked one of our favorites, Caitlin McBride, to give us her professional insider tips on decorating a space, using one of her recent living …

Home Decorating

Yama: the five vows of the seeker

<b>S</b>pirituality is not a path for the faint hearted. Swami Vivekananda has said, “I need lions and not sheep.” Have you wondered why the great Master has spoken so? It is because every single moment we are working on our self. Every moment of our existence we are refining our lifestyle to ensure the …

Spirituality

This scientific quest to find “missing” memories is changing the way we think about the brain

A new experiment finds you don’t need to activate neurons to store memories.<p>Neuroscientist Nathan Rose and his colleagues at the University of Wisconsin recently lost track of a memory.<p>I mean that literally. One minute, they saw a trace of a memory “light up” in an fMRI scan. In the next minute it …

7 Trends That'll Be "In" for 2017 — and 3 That'll Be "Out"

We spoke with top designers so you can stay up to date.<p>If 2016 was a little unpredictable, 2017 is looking to be a boundary-pushing year for interiors. At least, that's what real estate website Trulia is seeing with their trend forecast for the coming year. From unusual textures to jaw-dropping …

The Brain Damage That Hides Half the World

A rare condition called hemispatial neglect reveals the invisible seams in human consciousness.<p>When I was a graduate student 25 years ago, I met a man I’ll call Mr. X, who had recently recovered from a stroke to the right side of his cerebral cortex. Like many people with a neurological disability, …

Magic

17 Questions You've Always Wanted To Ask Your Airline Pilot

Mark Vanhoenacker, 747 pilot and author of Skyfaring, answers them all.<p>Last year, Mark Vanhoenacker, an American British Airways pilot (with a Belgian surname), wrote a book about flying commercial airplanes for a living. That stackup of nationalities gives a first taste of the many many places the …

How to Hack Your Brain Chemicals to Be More Productive

Brought to you by Entrepreneur Network<p>Happy people get more work done. You might not have a money tree, but you can have the next best thing: a happiness tree. Dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins are the quartet responsible for your motivation, productivity and happiness. Many situations …

Self-improvement

Encourage critical thinking by turning your class into a Socratic Seminar

With so much talk about the Common Core standards and truly increasing our student’s argumentative powers and critical thinking skills, some teachers …

Teaching

Behavior changes offer clues that dementia could be brewing

WASHINGTON (AP) — Memory loss may not always be the first warning sign that dementia is brewing — changes in behavior or personality might be an …

Dementia

In Tibet, A Long-Banned Buddhist Rite Takes Place, But Not Everyone's Pleased

The Panchen Lama — the second highest figure in Tibetan Buddhism after the Dalai Lama — is performing an important ritual that has not taken place in Tibet for half a century, Chinese state media are reporting this week.<p>In this elaborate, 12-day event, known as the Kalachakra Initiation, some …

Interior Paint Ideas, Colors & Trends

Turn These IKEA Bed Slats Into Versatile Wall Storage

Installing wall storage is useful, but hard to do without putting a ton of holes in your walls. Use IKEA’s $10 SULTAN LADE bed slat set to give you …

Weeping For All That Is Lost: A Harsh Migration Out Of India

Sunjeev Sahota has written what I suspect will be finest novel of the year. I know, it's still early in 2016, but hear me out. The subject at the heart of <i>The Year of the Runaways</i> is illegal immigration, which is currently the source of much hand-wringing both here in the U.S. and across the world. …

9 Apps to Help You Ace Those Finals

It’s hard to believe that only a few short months ago, we were bingeing back-to-school beauty hacks on Youtube and tweaking our on-campus looks for the year. But with half of April already behind us, the wonderful days of perfectly braided buns and deliberate preppy girl style have quickly given …

Innovative Designs That Really Make A Difference

How many times were you really blown away by an idea or a design? This doesn’t happen very often but, every once in a while, we come across some …