A time honored tradition in this universe has been the yin-yang relationship between Coffee and Reading
Caffè di Artisan recreates that cosy world for you, with its Luxury coffee, ready in 60 seconds, without Expensive, Complicated Machines...and these passionately curated Reads and Views. All from our in-house lovers of Coffee and Reading.
Ranging across topics like health, science, sports, parenting, politics, trivia!
Curl up with Caffè di Artisan and these Reads.
Explore the stories behind 100 images that changed the world.
From images of wars, disasters and victories to the those of a Beatles pillow fight and the Oscars selfie, they are all there. Many firsts: from the first photograph of the Earth from space to the first cell phone photo. Tiananmen Square to the Dali image as surrealistic as his canvases...Sports, wildlife, famous faces and some whose name was never known...Images that capture the essence of our world. Happy browsing
If clichés like "Follow your passion", "Give 110%" and "Be true to yourself" just aren't cutting it for you, then we've got some fresh takes on how to get a head start on your career.
From "Don't work too hard" to "Relax" here's some often unconventional career advice from some really successful people. From Mark Zuckerberg to Donald Trump, from Bill Gates and Warren Buffet to Sheryl Sandberg and Maya Angelou, they all weigh in with some invaluable advice.
It's unthinkable, and it's definitely unspeakable, but (some) women all over the world are coming forward to say it: I regret having my children. Women who long for a life where they don't feel trapped and mired in innumerable details keeping track of their kids.
There are still things women are not supposed to feel, and certainly not to openly discuss. Regretting motherhood is the biggest to date.
"Fathers, are permitted multifaceted identities, and are even patted on the back for being involved parents." With mothers, it's simply expected that you will be an attentive, highly-involved caretaker, and there is no praise when you are. Read on for a take on what can be a very tough job.
When you were a kid it was a lot easier. In college you almost had to be trying not to make friends. But then you're an adult. You get busy with work. Your friends get busy with work. People get married. Have kids. And pretty soon being "close" means a text message twice a year.
In 1985 most people said they had 3 close friends. In 2004 the most common number was zero. Here's why it is important to have close friends...and concrete strategies to add to your list. Read on...
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