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Best Canadian projects you need to know about

GRL PWR: Canada   Did you know that Canada has the largest share of creative economy employment and the largest share of workers in creative occupations, according to a report released by the British organization Nesta?   It’s been less than a year since Mélanie Joly, the Minister of Canadian Heritage, announced Creative Canada – A Vision...

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How to Succeed as an Expat

Create a Reality of Your Own “The ideal place for me is the one in which it is most natural to live as a foreigner.” – Italo Calvino       UNFPA reports that in 2015, 244 million people lived outside their country of origin. IATA reports that on average, every day more than 8 million people fly. In 2013 total...

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Nicola Pozzani: how to make perfumes for the Queen?

Or the art of crafting and inspiring … fragrantly! One day my perfume teacher told me that anything can be expressed through scent and that I could use it to create my own story. (N. Pozzani)   Nicola Pozzani is a catalyst for people's ideas and emotions, through fragrance. He works on scent-related projects globally,...

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How to fall in love with Aromatherapy

Autumn is coming Bye-bye anxiety, hello Aromatherapy! Most of us are unaware of the powerful therapeutic properties of essential oils. For this last bit of summer, let us guide you through a sensory journey you will fall in love with, guaranteed.     A four-hour session of aromatherapy and I’ve been teleported back to my...

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5 steps to get your travel inspiration

We are made up of the roads we take   I’m sure you know that saying: “We are made up of the roads we take”. Whoever wrote it, knew what they were talking about.    Summer is quickly ending and what if you’re stuck in a place without taking any roads? It might be you’re...

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12 Buddhist Lessons for a Better and Happier You

12 Buddhist Lessons for a Better and Happier You Buddhism is widely known as being a spiritual journey.     One that millions ( 350 millions) of people around the world have embarked on, ever since the very first Buddhist, Siddhartha Gautama, went on a quest for enlightenment around the sixth century BC.   Buddhism...

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The Ultimate Winter’s Cosy Reading List

Whether you’re a passionate reader or not, you probably have heard about the magical world of books.   A book is like a winter wonderland. It’s got rides that will make you spin, fly and drop from an imaginary height; it’s got jaw-dropping circus performances; mouth-watering seasonal food, enchanting words and magic pages. All in...

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The power of sharing: a project called TED

Imagine that you could have a unique platform of sharing your greatest thoughts and ideas through a short, powerful talk, in front of hundreds of like-minded individuals.     TED history Back in 1984, Richard Saul Wurman created TED (for Technology, Entertainment and Design) with a genius conference with a line-up discussing the compact disc,...

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From London to Compostela: a Londoner journey to letting go

Born in Romania and raised in Sweden, Tanya moved to London in 2012 to study photography. Four years ago, Tanya wanted to live the big city life. And London delivered. Not too long ago though, Tanya realised she missed nature as she experienced it in Sweden. Although London is famous for its parks, Tanya needed more...

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