Posts Tagged ‘Lebanon’

7 Things to Do In Lebanon This July (To Keep Your Summer Going Strong)

We started June with 7 Things You Could Do, and we, at The Wellness Project, are suckers for tradition. So now we’ve got 7 MORE things, just for the ever-so-sweaty and cheerful month of July. As usual, we tried to keep most of them ‘off the beaten path’, a little bit quirky, and with the

The Benefits of Kangen Water Go A Long Way

We’ve been progressively building upon a series of blogs on water topics to better understand our relationship to water and life on the planet. We shared our new discovery of Kangen water systems in our recent blog, and it feels like the perfect moment to dive deeper with you into the additional benefits behind this

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

Want to Make Sure Less of Your Garbage Ends Up Here?

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ve caught the recent media explosion about the mountain of garbage that recently washed up on Lebanon’s shores. It’s a shaming reminder of our garbage crisis and the less-than-spectacular efforts to fix it. It’s also just, tragically sad. Other than making quick mention of the urgent call we

Feminism is Good for Your Health (Part 1)

This is the beginning of what I hope will become a series on feminism, so I won’t be trying to pack everything into a couple of pages. It would be a futile attempt anyway: there is too much. I will just start by saying: feminism has a ridiculously bad rap, mostly because of a complete

Did You Know Our Sea is a Sewer Now? Lebanon, It’s Time to Talk

We have a lot to worry about in Lebanon. I could make a list, but we would be here all day, and it would be unnecessarily depressing. We also have incredible riches: our resilient communities that adapt and thrive under duress, our vast cultural heritage, and our food, to just touch on the very obvious

A Visit to Batroun? Here’s How I’d Do it

This summer, I have been finding myself saying yes to a number of new activities and adventures. This has pushed me to get out of my comfort zone and visit new places around the country. My friends were visiting from abroad and they wanted to spend some time away from the city. Our first stop

Have you heard of Slow Food Beirut? 5 Things We Absolutely Love About Them!

“We promote good, clean and fair food”. Slow Food Beirut is a member-founded non-profit organization that was established in 2006 in Lebanon. It is part of a global, grassroots organization with supporters in 150 countries around the world. What do they do and why do we love them? 1- Slow Food Beirut understands the real

12 Amazing Things You Need to Do in Lebanon This Summer

Lebanon is an incredibly rich and beautiful country for outdoor adventures, and we often forget to branch out of our regular comfort zones and routines. What better way to take advantage of the summer weather than to go on some adventures with family or friends.   Here’s a list to get you started! 1-  Head

How to Protect Lebanon’s Trees: Preventing Devastating Forest Fires

These trees are the ‘lungs’ of the country, our source of clean air, rich soil, and biodiversity. However, with the many other sources of social and political concern in Lebanon, our attention and resources are often directed away from the beautiful landscape we live on. Unfortunately, that landscape, and the trees that cover it are

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