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Featured Shop: Gudbling

Hi! My name is Christine, and I’m the head and the hands behind Gudbling. I create sensual statement jewelry with a textile touch in Berlin, Germany.<p>Life’s not always a straight road, and I must admit that I never thought to become a jewelry designer. I studied graphic design, then spent five years …


The foodie traveller … takes a test of pide, Turkish pizza

Sweet and doughy, topped – or even stuffed – with meat and cheese, the pide is a traditional snack from Turkey’s Black Sea coast<p>The term <i>pide</i> generally refers to a boat-shaped Turkish pizza that is topped with meat and cheese and cooked until crispy. But pide can mean different things: Ramazan <i>pidesi</i> …

Black Sea

Eleanor on Twitter: "'Big Leopard' look created with inspo from @wahlondon @WAHNAILS Ultimate Nail Art Kit! 💅 @itwbn @BBlogRT #notd #nails"

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Dang it's sunny in London!!! We are planning a nail party... Nails by @jessyoung__

Mixed Signals: Why People Misunderstand Each Other

The psychological quirks that make it tricky to get an accurate read on someone's emotions<p>In her new book <i>No One Understands You and What To Do About It</i>, Heidi Grant Halvorson tells readers a story about her friend, Tim. When Tim started a new job as a manager, one of his top priorities was …


14 Eco-Conscious Fashion Brands You Need to Know

H&M Conscious Collection aside, you might still picture eco-friendly fashion as being something for granola types. And true, eco-conscious duds might not have the most stylish history, but thanks to growing interest in sustainability and the rise of a “slow fashion” movement, more and more …

Curved street on the way to Monmartre in Paris Photographed by Sergey Kolesnikov. #paris #france #europe #travel

New Year's Snowfall Turns Grand Canyon into Winter Wonderland

A flurry of snow on New Year's Eve turned the Grand Canyon into a winter wonderland overnight, coating the entire landscape in a magnificent blanket of white. Stunning photos shared by the Grand Canyon National Park Service show breathtaking views of the iconic landmark covered from top to bottom …

National Parks

National Geographic Travel

National Geographic Travel

Dubai Buildings Are So High, You Can Look Down at the Clouds

Daniel Cheong's surreal cityscape photos capture some of the world's tallest skyscrapers engulfed in fog. The photographer stakes out incredible vantage points in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to shoot the tops of ghostly gray buildings as they puncture the thick carpet of fog.<p>Because …

United Arab Emirates

National Geographic Travel

#WAHUPNORTH we will be in LEEDS @lambertsyard until Jan 2nd, come and get your nails done for Christmas and NYE

Cicret Bracelet Turns Your Arm into a Touchscreen Device

A Paris-based design company is taking wearable tech one step further with the <i>Cicret Bracelet</i>, a concept for a wristband that projects the screen of a smartphone directly onto the user's arm. Marketed as “Like a tablet…but on your skin,” the bracelet emits the interface of a remotely connected …

Wearable Tech

National Geographic Travel

Five dos and don'ts for a fabulous New York City Christmas

Who does Christmas spirit better than New York? The famous poem 'Twas the Night Before Christmas' was supposedly inspired by the festive atmosphere in one of the city’s downtown markets in 1822, and, according to <i>Miracle on 34th Street</i>, yes, there <i>is</i> a Santa Claus, and he presides at Macy’s. …

New York City

England's 27 most beautiful villages

The Pain Letter: The Best Way to Write a Cover Letter That Gets Results

Hiring managers don’t just want people who can do the job.<p>Ideally, they want people who will make their lives easier. People who can hit the ground …

National Geographic Travel

6 simple rules for designing mobile websites

It is projected by ComScore the by the end of 2014, around 1.75 billion people worldwide will use smartphones regularly. That means that those who’ll …

Winter warmers: the best seaside getaways in Britain

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you have to avoid the British seaside. Here’s where to head for blustery coastal walks, quirky museums and cosy hotels<p><b>Tynemouth, Tyneside</b><p><b>Why?</b> A metro ride from Newcastle, Tynemouth’s aptly named <b>Longsands beach</b> is Tyneside’s surfing capital, with some of the …

'Serial': the new podcast that's already a cult phenomenon

Never has a podcast collected a loyal cult following in such a short amount of time like <i>Serial</i>.<p>The nonfiction series, which unravels a story …

The ultimate travel bucket list: 31 things to do in your lifetime

Flowers Burst Into Bloom as Visitors Walk Up to Wall

How would you like to walk up to a wall full of flowers and see them beautifully bloom? Well now you can if you're in Japan. In this digital installation, flowers cover four inner walls of a former sewing factory in Usuno, Bungotakada. Chrysanthemums and roses bloom and explode into cascades of …

Natural Beauty

The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Social Media

Be selective<p>Your early foray into social media might seem a bit daunting and it can indeed quickly overwhelm you if you try too much, too soon. Don’t make this mistake. There’s no need to dive headlong into a long list of networks, or even the top four, right out of the gate.<p>Pick just one or two. …