2020 has been rough and 2021 might turn out much easier, but if there's a silver lining to any of this it's the understanding that life is uncertain and fleeting. Travel bloggers Danielle and Tommy of Slow Car Fast Home know this best: "If...
If there's one thing Marcel Duchamp's conceptual art has taught us, it's that the term "art" is broader than oil paint and canvas. Art has no rules, some might say, and paintings shouldn't be restricted to canvas or paper. The following artists will inspire...
During these uncertain days (weeks, months, years...), at a time when quarantine is the new normal, not only do our daily routines look different—but we ourselves look different. Grooming and beauty might seem trivial at a time of global crisis but you don't have...
In today’s day and age, most people are pretty familiar with two things: technology and social media.And so YouTube channel “Primitive Technology” combined both of these fascinations when it started uploading videos of a man building tools and crafts using only wild materials and his own two...
Some of the earliest works of glass art were glass vessels. As a decorative and functional medium, glass was developed in Egypt and Assyria. These days, it's hard to imagine our life without glass. Indeed, recent years have seen glass vessels and sculptures in the forefront of home décor trends, and...
Travel blogger and Instagram sensation Michelle Halpern describes herself as living proof that it’s never too late to change your life, follow a dream, or throw all of society’s expectations out the window to do things on your own terms. In Halpern's case, throwing society’s...
Professional collector and antique store owner Alex Archbold has been in the business for years.But his biggest treasure hunt adventure came when without ever looking inside the property, Alex took a risk and bought a piano teacher’s home, in hopes of being able to break even with...
You don't have to be a scientist to understand that color can help influence our mental wellbeing. While dark colors, like blue, black, and gray, are often equated with sadness and depression, bright colors like yellow and orange can promote happiness and optimism. Known...
If you're an Instagram junkie like we are, curating your feed can be a daunting task. One thing to keep in mind is: keep it light! Following accounts that make you happy—and more importantly, hungry—is crucial in the days of quarantine. With traveling limited to our kitchens,...
Quarantine fatigue is real and overcoming it is harder than a simple change of clothes. But chin up! We've compiled a short list of new hobbies you can try out when Netflix just doesn't cut it anymore. With these hobbies, you can easily let the fun begin!