September is a lovely month for travelling in Britain and Europe. The summer crowds have gone, prices have fallen, the Mediterranean is at its warmest and, while temperatures have eased, it is still reliably
The good news is that these days there are so many awesome TED Talks that you can learn about basically any subject from the organization's legion of smart speakers. The bad news is that because there
The husband-and-wife duo behind Living Vehicle tell us the story behind the off-grid, mobile home that is shaking up the industry. Santa Barbara, California–based architect Matthew Hofmann and his wife
What are some daily good exercises to practice self discipline? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.
A few months back, a friend whose new boss used to work for Jeff Bezos at Amazon told me that the company actually banned PowerPoint presentations in favor of memos. That's right, instead of reading bullet
Nestled at the base of a dramatic rocky butte, a tiny cabin in the woods of Washington blurs the distinction between indoors and out. Towering ponderosa pines and a steep, boulder-strewn slope form a backdrop
An East Coast design-build firm shows us how it's done when it comes to chic kitchen overhauls. Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, design-build firm Case Design/Remodeling Inc. has over 50 years of with
Alabama: Dauphin Island (Cost: $16 to put your car on the Mobile Bay Ferry; $5 to ride without an auto): When it comes to hidden vacation spots, you can’t get much more hidden than an island. Known as
Tesla, the electric auto manufacturer led by Elon Musk,is getting ready to enter a new phase of activity as it ramps up production of its mass-market intended Model 3. In an email recently obtained by
Sorry if you're tired of hearing that abs are made in the kitchen, but it's true! Eating certain foods that are proven to diminish belly fat can make tackling that belly fat through diet even more effective.
Back when I was a kid working on constructions sites in Boston with my Nonno (that's grandfather in Italian, by the way), he taught me the most important interview question you could ask an applicant.