Posts Tagged ‘Education’

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

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

Spending Family Time, Everything You Should Know

Kids are back to school after the Christmas holidays and parents are back to work. During that time, it is easy to get caught in a hectic vortex of activities that start on Monday morning and end on Sunday night. Between the urgent meetings, work to be done at the office and the chores at

5 Books by Middle Eastern Authors You Need to Read (Part II)

Welcome back to our ongoing booklist! We aren’t going to repeat our preamble on the magical self-growth potential of reading, nor the wealth of regional talented writers you can bury yourself in to foster it. So without further adieu, here are 5 more gems for your enjoyment.   1) Secret Son (2009) by Laila Lalami

5 Books by Middle Eastern Authors You Need to Read (Part I)

We consider reading to be a wellness strategy. Hence why this list absolutely fits the theme of this page, in case you were wondering. Making time to read is an act of self-care. It is a quiet span of time you dedicate to yourself. It also cultivates wisdom and reflection. This is not necessarily because

5 Documentaries That Will Change The Way You Look At Food And Health

We live in a world with many misconceptions and contradicting information related to food and health. We read an article today, only to find another one that contradicts it tomorrow. In this world of information, it is becoming increasingly hard to know what to read and who to trust. That is why, we have gathered

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Learning in Lebanon: 6 Cultural Adventures You Need to Share With Your Family

Other than the myriad festivals that flourish in the Lebanese summer, there is a spectacular diversity of things to explore with the entire family. It can be a challenge to separate ourselves and our kids from the internet, phones and other technology. So finding interesting shared forms of engagement is key, especially when they can

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