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Why Pick a Resolution When You Can Pick a Quote?

Why Pick a Resolution When You Can Pick a Quote?

This year, instead of writing down resolutions, I decided on a few words and expressions that I would like to carry with me throughout the next twelve months. Besides having specific, more tangible goals, sometimes we need a quote, some sort of mental guidance to […]

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4 Things I Have Learnt in 2018

4 Things I Have Learnt in 2018

It has been a challenging fall, a challenging year. Some ups, some downs and a handful of detours. Nevertheless, 2018 was full of new opportunities and learnings as well, the most important of which I’d like to share with you here:  

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Top 2018 Book Recommendations

Top 2018 Book Recommendations

2018 was one of the few years to find me without an endless resolution list. As shared on the blog earlier this year, the only tangible goal I set for myself was to read 35 books. Twelve months later, I’m more than happy to announce […]

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The One About Other Halves

The One About Other Halves

Soul mates. Other halves. Isn’t it funny how in a world that champions the individual, we were potty-trained to believe that we’re incomplete and have thus to spend our lives looking for the person that will make us feel whole again?  

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Is Food The Sixth Love Language?

Is Food The Sixth Love Language?

In the realms of Greek culture, food is the sixth love language. From the extended family coming together around the table for a Sunday feast to celebrating life’s milestones with friends over dinner, from my grandfather offering me the ripest, juiciest tomato of his crop […]

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The Sicilian Diaries: An Ode to Palermo Food

The Sicilian Diaries: An Ode to Palermo Food

Sicilian food tastes like what I imagine food in heaven is going to be like. If not, I’m more than happy to rot in hell. [Provided that there will be abundant supply of sushi.] As Matthew Fort writes in Sweet Honey, Bitter Lemons, “Sicilian cooking […]

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Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18 – Exhibition Review

Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18 – Exhibition Review

The Design Museum’s latest exhibition, Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-2018, explores graphic design’s prominent role in the major political moments of our times.

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Flâneur: A Store for Explorers

Flâneur: A Store for Explorers

When meeting someone who knows the word flâneur, it feels like reuniting with an long-lost sibling. So imagine my excitement when I came across a store with that name in the heart of Athens, in the picturesque and usually tourist-ridden area of Plaka. [Thanks to all the […]

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Book Review: Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari

Book Review: Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari

Modern Romance: An Investigation by Aziz Ansari is a book that I keep revisiting over conversations with friends. Ansari addresses the pleasures and perils of modern romance in an honest, humorous, insightful and quintessentially millennial manner. His references expand from celebrities and Reddit threads to […]

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Alone Time: Therapeutic or Simply Weird?

Alone Time: Therapeutic or Simply Weird?

I’m a self-proclaimed introvert but it took me a long time to come to terms with it.

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