Archive for May, 2018

Struggling With Your Kids (or Your Own!) Exam Stress? Our 10 Tips Have Got You Covered

Photo Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RZ86OB9hw4 Exam time is upon many of us, and we know with that tensions tend to run high, and anxiety often higher. In this ever-competitive world, managing our own expectations, goals, and hopes, can be a challenge. It can be good to put things in perspective, and equally good to find healthy ways

What If There Was A Solution To All Your Water Needs?

We’ve been discussing many water-related issues for some time now in order to get to the bigger picture with you. In terms of drinking water, we could say that not all water is created equal, right? We all know that tap water is contaminated, filled with pesticides, chlorine, pharmaceuticals, nitrates, fluoride and other bi-products of

7 Things to Do in Lebanon this June (to Kick-Off Your Summer Right!)

It’s been a while since we’ve done one of our ‘things to do’ lists, and with summer in the air (a bit too heavily recently, I might add) and June barely a week away, we thought there’s no better time like the present! Lebanon offers an embarrassment of riches when it comes to ways to

Balancing Your Personal Expression With Your Solar Plexus Chakra

Now that spring has sprung all around us, most of us are excited to be in nature, hiking or travelling to various sites surrounded by water and beautiful blossomed flowers. Spring leaves behind the inward tendencies of winter and propels us to expand into the external world with our personal projects, creative ambitions and outdoor

6 Lebanese Initiatives Blazing an Eco-Friendly Path

We tend to get a lot of bad news and moaning and groaning about the sad state of affairs when it comes to environmentally-related things in Lebanon (and other-related things too). But isn’t it nice when we can recognize the awesome accomplishments of people too? Pictured above is an incredible conceptual design called the Beirut

The Magical Properties of Water – Memory And Consciousness

As we have been discussing the element of water now for several weeks, we have come to learn that similar to the earth’s surface, 70% of our body (ranges from 80%- 50% throughout life) is made up of water. Water keeps humans alive, along with all the plants and animals that share Earth, our home.

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Your Fate is Tied to Earth’s Water Systems. Here’s Why.

Photocredit: https://janetthomas.wordpress.com Most people know that water covers 70% of our planet. Over 96% of that water is the salty water of our oceans, and that is the water that creates half the oxygen we breathe. It’s also the water that absorbs the carbon dioxide we generate, provides a sixth of the protein we eat, and

17 Incredible Water-Related Facts You Should Know

Water is pretty fascinating, and we’ve been talking a lot about it lately. This week we thought you’d like to discover a whole host of information about water, all in one neat little shot. It might change your perspective, and if nothing else, give you some useful knowledge to pull out at the dinner table

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7 Reasons Flotation Therapy Might Be Your Next Thing

Photo Credit: www.floatclinic.com If you haven’t yet heard of flotation therapy, it’s probably going to sound pretty darn strange at first. For most people a form of sensory deprivation, where you essentially float at zero gravity in a dark enclosed tank of body temperature salty water, sounds like walking into a nightmare. At least it

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