It is highly likely that all of us have at least one pair of denim jeans in our wardrobe. In this episode, learn about the history of this favorite piece of clothing as well as the damaging environmental impacts of manufacturing it.
This Big Idea episode was inspired by the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday. Let’s talk about how to healthily give and receive the four types of love (agape, philia, storge, and eros).
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.
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…
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.
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…
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.
Inspired by the Christmas and holiday seasons, Aristidis Marousas ponders what it means to grow up. What were the expectations of adulthood in our minds as children? What are they now? How can we hold on to Joy, Wonder, and Innocence?