Anna Verhoye

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The 25 Greatest Kitchen Hacks Every Cook Should Know

Genius ideas from the Cooking Light brain trust show you how to save time, minimize effort, make do deliciously, and not let anything get in your way …

Café charges men 18% 'gender tax' to highlight pay gap

<b>(CNN) —</b> A café in Melbourne, Australia, is giving its male customers a side of gender equity with their lattes.<p>At Handsome Her, men are asked to pay an 18% premium to "reflect the gender pay gap." Men earn an average 17.7% more than women for full-time work in Australia, a government report found. …

Gender

5 More Trails That Belong on Your Bucket List

Getting to know different trails around the country (and on occasion, across the globe) is one of our favorite parts of having writers from every …

Fox News VP slams Pope Francis for offering refuge to the poor, scolding the rich

An article published in July by two close associates of Pope Francis in a Vatican-vetted Jesuit journal, <i>La Civiltà Cattolica</i>, has caused waves in the …

12 Terrifically Glamorous Camping Options

While we might prefer to avoid the awkward sounding neologism "glamping," there's no doubt that this modern trend of retiring to remote places while maintaining the trappings of luxury is now extremely popular.<p>Here are a few destinations and suggestions that allow one to camp out indulgently.<p>1. …

20 Quotes on Mindfulness That Will Inspire You to Make Every Second Count

As much as we know it’s important to be mindful, sometimes it’s difficult to become aware of the present moment.<p>That’s why we need a powerful …

Lessons on Aging Well, From a 105-Year-Old Cyclist

At the age of 105, the French amateur cyclist and world-record holder Robert Marchand is more aerobically fit than most 50-year-olds — and appears to be getting even fitter as he ages, according to a revelatory new study of his physiology.<p>The study, which appeared in December in The Journal of …

California Prepares to Resist the President in Uncertain Times

Like many of the other nearly 9 million people in California who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, artist Eric Rewitzer reacted to Donald Trump's …

Sanctuary Cities

Holy Crap, This Map Of Trump’s Business Network Is Terrifying

Where to begin?<p>Trump has an extraordinary number of business ties. But just how complex is his network–and how big are the potential conflicts of interest? In a word: Yuuuge!<p>Designer Kim Albrecht created two visualizations that map Trump’s network from a macro and micro perspective. They’re based …

Wilbur Ross

When Fascination Becomes Appropriation: A Look at Buddhism in Thailand

Colloquially known as "The Land of Smiles," Thailand has become the mecca for tourism in Southeast Asia. According to the World Bank, over 24 million people visited Thailand in 2014 alone. For many tourists, the strength of foreign currencies (notably the Euro and US dollar) in comparison to the …

“Everyone has a purpose in life… a unique gift or special talent to ...

“Everyone has a purpose in life… a unique gift or special talent to give to others...'' — Deepak Chopra (4) source - Allison Ivy fan page - Google+

Deepak Chopra Quotes

"You must find the place inside yourself where nothing is impossible." - Deepak Chopra from BrilliantQuotes.co.uk

THE LAW OF LEAST EFFORT- 4TH SPIRITUAL LAW OF SUCCESS.

<b>Written by Deepak Chopra.</b><p>The fourth spiritual law of success is the Law of Least Effort. This law is based on the fact that nature's intelligence …

33 business books every professional should read before turning 30

To help you figure out how to navigate the professional world and set yourself on the right trajectory, we've rounded up some of our favorite business books.<p>They include career guides, business memoirs, and academic research on how to maximize your time and network.<p>Here are the business books we …

'Darwin Versus Deepak': Which Came First, Feelings, or the Brain?

In a recent exchange in the Washington Post 'Answer Sheet' blog, Steven Newton rudely mocks Deepak Chopra's view that 'consciousness drives evolution', a view that would entail consciousness existing in some way intrinsic to the universe, and outside biology. As strange as Deepak's assertion may …

Why mind-reading is a science, not a magic trick

Electrical activity within the brain means that our thoughts can be read and understood<p>You may believe your thoughts are intangible and inscrutable, but all mental activity is communicated via electrical impulses. As our understanding of the brain improves, we’re increasingly able to decode our …

Ashley Conrad's 21-Day Clutch Cut: Nutrition

Main | Meet Your Trainer | Training | Nutrition | Supplements | Get Started<p>Clutch Cut nutrition isn't about deprivation. Instead of depriving your …

Nutrition

Fitness 360: Alex Savva, Fit Freak

Alex Savva wasn't born ripped or gifted with freak genetics. He's not one of those guys who looks good regardless of activity or nutrition, or an …

'Natural' illusions: Biologist's failed attempt to defend organic food

Organic Food

News about Pope Francis - All the latest news

At a press conference in Geneva, Vatican and World Council of Churches officials unveil details of the ecumenical pilgrimage that Pope Francis will …

Understanding Deepak Chopra's 'Biofields'

Why does the concept sound so sketchy to rationalist ears?<p>Deepak Chopra “is someone who is challenging many of us who live somewhat comfortably in what we consider to be the ‘rational,’” admitted <i>Atlantic</i> editor Steve Clemons during their interview at The Atlantic Meets the Pacific on Thursday. …

The best money saving travel apps

<i>Chris Guillebeau is a writer, world traveler, entrepreneur, and lifelong learner. To learn more travel hacking tips and tricks,</i> <i>watch Chris’ workshop on creativeLIVE</i><i>. Follow him on Twitter @ChrisGuillebeau.</i><p>You don’t make it to every country in the world without learning a thing or two about how to …

There’s one key difference between kids who excel at math and those who don’t

“I’m just not a math person.”<p>We hear it all the time. And we’ve had enough. Because we believe that the idea of “math people” is the most self-destructive idea in America today. The truth is, you probably <i>are</i> a math person, and by thinking otherwise, you are possibly hamstringing your own career. …

Mathematics

Peek-a-boo: A window on baby's brain

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/health/1020000/1020165_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524666086_27c76d7510f28374dd6070c098128a37<p><b>A baby's first smile is an exciting moment. But what can it tell us about their understanding of the world?</b><p>Boasting about the speed of childhood …

One month waiting list for Paris' cat cafe

A cafe in Paris is offering customers the chance to stroke a cat whilst sipping on their coffee.<p>There are 12 cats on standby to help caffeine-lovers relax after the owner adopted an idea which originated in Japan.<p>Hugh Schofield reports.

An army of robot baristas could mean the end of Starbucks as we know it

Starbucks’ 95,000 baristas have a competitor. It doesn’t need sleep. It’s precise in a way that a human could never be. It requires no training. It can’t quit. It has memorized every one of its customers’ orders. There’s never a line for its perfectly turned-out drinks.<p>It doesn’t require health …

Coffee

Index: Nearly 30 million people in slavery

Nearly 30 million people are living in slavery across the globe, many of them men, women and children trafficked by gangs for sex work and unskilled labour, according to a global slavery index.<p>The index, released on Thursday by anti-slavery charity Walk Free Foundation, ranked 162 countries on the …

Protests in France over Roma girl expulsion

Thousands of French teenagers have blockaded entrances to their schools and marched through Paris to protest the expulsions of immigrant families, including some of their classmates.<p>Police sprayed tear gas on Thursday at a few students throwing projectiles but most marched peacefully, some climbing …