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Twin Set

Swedish photographer Maja Daniels has spent a great deal of time with Parisian twins Monette and Mady, documenting their everyday lives.

02/09/2015
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A Taste of Home

Sometimes it takes half a continent and an expensive toaster to realize which culinary commodities you hold dear.

02/06/2015
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Excerpt: A Sense of Belonging

In his new book, Community: The Structure of Belonging: Peter Block explores how we can become better connected citizens on a local level.

02/06/2015
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Words with Friends

Whether you’re a quiet person or a loud talker, your conversational skills can enhance your social interactions.

02/06/2015
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The Best Medicine

Whatever way you laugh, it’s one of the simplest joys. This photo essay explores laughter in its many forms and explains the science of a smile.

02/06/2015
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Culinary Essentials

We asked some of our favorite chefs and food intensives what they’ve learned about life from years in the kitchen.

02/06/2015
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Simple Philosophies

But what does it all mean? Many great philosophical minds have tried to pare down their theorems to find the fundamental truths.

02/06/2015
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Keeping it Civil

Our lives are dictated by unspoken rules that keep society moving smoothly and civilly. Without them, imagine the impolite chaos that would descend.

02/06/2015
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Under the Microscope

Aristotle said that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, but that didn’t stop photographer Justin Fantl from slicing things to their core.

02/06/2015
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The Most Essential Oil

This photo essay pays tribute to the enduring fruit that gives so many cultures reasons to gather and enjoy meals together.

02/06/2015
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My Bedside Table: The Curator

Hans Ulrich Obrist, renowned critic, art historian and curator tells us how he assembles the items next to his bed and shares a few morning rituals.

18/02/2015
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A Sense of Spaces

We asked architect, designer and photographer Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen to take us on a tour of Copenhagen spaces that get the experience just right.

18/02/2015
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In Praise of Slowness

In this excerpt from Carl Honoré’s In Praise of Slowness: Challenging the Cult of Speed, Honoré writes on benefits of flexible hours and downtime.

18/02/2015
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The Language of Limbs

Learning to control the way our limbs convey meaning gives us greater control of our messages. What language is your body speaking?

18/02/2015
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An Interview with Carl Honoré

Carl Honoré, respected advocate of the Slow Movement and author of the book In Praise Of Slowness, offers some insight into what Slow means today.

18/02/2015
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The Solace of Sunday Night

Whether you’re planning the week’s agenda or loafing on the couch, this evening can be used to embrace the calm before the weekdays’ storm.

18/02/2015
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The Path to Success

Sometimes it’s best to enjoy the road you’re on as you confidently stride into uncharted territory.

18/02/2015
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