Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.― Eleanor Roosevelt Imagine a social media platform where you communicate with people based on your passions, with genuine and enduring relationships being forged.
Sustainable initiatives are sweeping grocery stores worldwide, with the aim to zap excess food and packaging into zero waste.
Curated by Seanna Pratt Boulder, CO. is well known for its “green” community, and this campaign for local power is another step in the right direction.
By Morgan Sullivan The month I graduated university was also the month I decided to leave home. For years, my life had seemed to be growing ever narrower: my thoughts, my relationships, my perspective, all had shrunk until often I felt as though I was simply experiencing the same few days on repeat, on repeat.
These sustainability-conscious and satisfyingly-tasty coffee roasters focus on providing fair working conditions and wages for farmers in developing countries (and saving the planet as a whole).
Curated by Seanna Pratt Traveling the entire world may seem like a lofty goal for most, but 35-year-old Graham Hughes made it his reality.
Now more than ever, the education of women is vital to the growth and advancement of the global community as a whole.
By Kern Carter Once “Thoughts of a Fractured Soul” was published, I found myself having to answer that one vague question time and time again: what is your book about?
Take a stroll through these Parisian parks and breathe in the fresh air of the City of Light. Grab a picnic, grab a book, or just grab a patch of grass and enjoy the city from a local perspective.
By Natasha Amar Before I even begin, I apologize if this breaks your heart in ways that you didn’t imagine and I don’t understand.
Because sometimes you need to escape from the skyscraper in the sky to bring your ideas down to solid ground.
By Alexis Limberakis and Delia Haustein As the drought in California continues for a third straight year, we are ever mindful of the many ways in which we take water for granted.
The nature of employment for women has dramatically changed since the dawn of the 21st century, and what are considered the “best” jobs for women in 2014 may just surprise you.
By Elizabeth Escobar They’re called the “third billion.” They are the estimated 870 million women from developing countries around the world who are set to take the global economy by storm over the next decade—at which point their number is thought to exceed 1 billion.
By JJ Fox Navreem woke up on the side of the motorway today. She woke up there yesterday and she will wake up there tomorrow.
Environmental sustainability is one of the biggest issues of the 21st century. With growing concern over the effects of Climate Change, universities are offering more environmental programs to complement the increasing number of jobs in this sector.
Not all donuts are created equal, and that’s quite apparent with many shops from around the world offering their own artisanal spins on the hugely popular fried (or baked) treat.
AmnesiArt has charmed us again with this gorgeous video, which highlights the beauty and humanness of Paris. Watch and fall in love for the first time or all over again with the City of Light.
By Chelsea Graham I arrived in Italy wearing lime green combat boots. My hair was some sort of Manic Panic pink, faded by time and a lack of maintenance.
Millennials rely on their mobile devices for everything from entertainment to organization. With a bevy of apps to choose from, there’s more than enough options to complement your daily activities.