When we let go of those in our lives who no longer serve our purpose (or we no longer serve theirs) we are making room for more people to walk through the door of our lives and impact us in ways we don't
At the height of the Cold War, the Soviet Union had more than 40 secret settlements in operation, according to The Guardian. These sites were often omitted from maps and were given unique code names. —built
In January, I devoted every walk from my home to the train to the contemplation of work details, hoping to improve my recall of them. That was my New Year’s resolution, and so far I’ve stuck to it. In
Scientists in Australia have revealed the “tragic” extent of coral bleaching across the Great Barrier Reef, releasing maps which show damage to 93 per cent of the famous 1,500-mile stretch of reefs following
Wellness Researchers have found just where you lost your train of thought. They’ve seen what’s happening in the brain at the moment we get startled and lose our train of thought, and they’ve turned up
This Juilliard-trained musician hated the UI of the traditional guitar, so he set out to design a better one. The reason music games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band work is because they make it so easy
To achieve bliss as a runner, you need to tame your “monkey mind.” If you could eavesdrop on a runner's internal monologue, it might sound like this: Forgot my sunglasses. Pretty bird. Should've worn layer.
We've known for a long time that running can be a powerful mood booster. Enthusiasts rave about runners high and the rush of positive emotions that come from a good run. We also know what a powerful force
Where do you make art? It's a simple question with an infinite and colorful range of answers, from a swarming corner of your bedroom to a tranquil space in your backyard. Whatever your artistic studio
As the leaves begin to fall and blanket the ground, Polish artist Joanna Wirazka allows this seasonal process to inspire her. She collects various leaves and then repurposes them as eclectic canvases.
The grave and the sad last years of Fanny Cornforth, the dazzling model and mistress of the pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti, have finally been discovered. Her lovely face and mass of red were
From a very young age, self-taught Chinese photographer Fan Ho began documenting the world around him. In this collection of work, titled Hong Kong Yesterday, he captured the essence of the city throughout