In this episode, we discuss the ingenious way in which a pair of brothers created a restaurant rating system to drive (pun intended) sales for their tire company.Continue reading “Stuff Explained Ep25: Michelin Stars”
I’ve written quite a few articles now on wellness where I reference, directly or indirectly, act act of loving yourself. Self love, or self care, is really the cornerstone of wellbeing. Without caring about and loving ourselves, we will never truly feel whole or satisfied with life.Continue reading “Indulgence vs Self Love”
We return to exploring the history of food items that we may currently take for granted. In this episode, learn how the potato made its way from a misunderstood New World plant to becoming a vital European foodstuff.Continue reading “Stuff Explained Ep11: Potatoes”
The tomato. Is it a fruit or vegetable? Where did it really come from? Why were so many people scared to eat it for centuries? Find out the answers to these questions, along with many other interesting facts, in the latest episode of Stuff Explained!Continue reading “Stuff Explained Ep07: Tomatoes”
A major pillar of wellness is the health of our body. Besides rest and exercise, eating is a major factor of physical wellbeing. Eating well helps us sleep, think, and act better on a daily basis. Our diets, therefore, ultimately impact our emotional, mental, and spiritual health.Continue reading “The “Mindful Eating” Diet”
The consequences of breeding chickens to grow rapidly, minimalist phones are growing in popularity, FAA grounding Boeing’s 737 MAX fleet, the U.S. Navy is under cyber-siege, and rural American law enforcement unwilling to enforce new gun control measures.
These are just a few of the top newsworthy items from this past week as first shared on our Facebook page.Continue reading “Newsworthy – Mar 15th, 2019”
In the latest episode of origins, host Aristidis Marousas takes a look at the history of what might arguably be the world’s favorite food… Pizza!
Everything you know is a lie.
Not really, but kind of. Let me explain.
Many of the oranges we consume are actually green.
Summer is a very popular season for travel and vacation.
But many of us simply are not able to take off more than a few days at a time.
This leaves us with the short-but-sweet weekend vacation!