New research explains how stress causes gray hair, a virus originating from China has begun to spread globally, FICO credit scores to change, democracy could be under threat. These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week.
Category: Current Events, Journal, Newsworthy, SpotlightTags: aging, amazon, authoritarian, bezos, business, climate change, current events, dating, democracy, disaster, doomsday clock, economic growth, economics, environment, fatigue, fico, glacier, global warming, government, graying, hacked, headaches, health, loans, lunar new year, memory, nervous system, news update, Newsworthy, nuclear war, politics, renewables, saudi arabia, science, scotland, society, stress, tibet, united nations, virus, washington post, whatsapp, wind energy, world economic forum
Sure, we all know the benefits of living in an “awakened” state, but what does it take to actually get there?
Category: Journal, Lifestyle, SpotlightTags: acknowledgement, awakening, blog, blogging, conscious, consciousness, enlightenment, Experience, exploration, featured, growth, healing, life advice, limiting beliefs, mindfulness, reparenting, self care, self development, self exploration, self help, self improvement, self love, spiritual, spirituality, trauma
This episode explores the Big Idea of being Undefinable. It is ok to not fit into a box, to have many layers, to like different things, and to be different people.
Eau de what? In this episode of Stuff Explained, learn about the history and types of fragrances, as well as the different notes involved. With all the hype and marketing in the fragrance industry, it can be difficult narrowing down the options that work…
At the beginning of each month, we spotlight a staff-favorite book that meets our objective of thoughtfully sharing stories to help our audience experience their world in a smarter, healthier, and happier way.
If you are interested in physical and mental wellbeing, aromatherapy could be a great activity to consider. In this episode, we provide an Aromatherapy 101 explaining the history, methods, risks, and benefits of using essential oils.
Happy New Year to all! Another year and another decade are now behind us. This is around the time where, between nursing hangovers, we reminisce about the past. So much has happened! Ups, downs, and everything in between.
To prepare for the New Year and Decade, Aristidis take a look at the concept of renewal. Additionally, he shares a list of 12 steps heavily influenced by Christine Hassler and Marie Forleo. If you haven’t already, go check them out. They have definitely…
We love Christmas time but do we know the true origins of the holiday? In this episode of Stuff Explained, Aristidis Marousas traces the history of Christmas all the way back to neolithic times. Tune in to learn about the impacts of society and…
Category: Spotlight, Stuff ExplainedTags: a christmas carol, blog, blogger, blogging, britain, charles dickens, christianity, christians, christmas, christmas tree, church, culture, druids, england, epiphany, facts, gift giving, great britain, history, industrialization, jesus, midwinter solstice, neolithic, pagan, pilgrims, podcast, podcaster, podcasting, presents, romans, santa claus, saturnalia, society, solstice, Stuff Explained, turkey, united kingdom, united states, victorian era, western civilization, yule
Where did our modern idea of Santa Claus originate from? In this episode, Aristidis Marousas explores the long history of how a man named Nicholas went from being a bishop, to a saint, to a globally recognized icon and legend of the Christmas season.
Category: Spotlight, Stuff ExplainedTags: advertising, america, civil way, clement clark moore, coca-cola, coke, culture, dutch, elf, facts, history, holidays, kris kringle, marketing, moore, new york city, noel, podcast, podcasting, propaganda, roman, saint nicholas, santa claus, sinter klaas, st nick, Stuff Explained, turkey, twas the night before christmas, usa
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