A simple, healthy & nutritious homemade granola recipe, done in under 30 minutes. The first…
A simple, healthy & nutritious homemade granola recipe, done in under 30 minutes. The first Food for Soul recipe, proposed by our food curator, Ildiko Csiki.
Introducing Food for Soul, a food and cooking column, for foodies who are looking for simple and easy-to-cook recipes that are also nutritious, delicious, and kind to our overall health.
The February edition of LAUREL Monthly Soundlust - Soulfulness - explores the intricate expressions of “self-love” beyond the individual, as we honor and celebrate soul music, a timeless legacy of the African American culture.
Tapping into the fundamental ideas of Ayurveda and finding inspiration in its traditional teachings for seeking balance and leading a better and healthier life.
This January's theme for LAUREL Monthly Soundlust (8th edition) is "Passage", a collection of energetic, feel-good songs, to motivate us into continuing our journey with confidence and purpose.
Check out my selection of the top 20 songs I loved most from this year's seven editions of the LAUREL Monthly Soundlust.
This month’s theme for LAUREL Monthly Soundlust - Timefulness - finds us reclaiming our living space, our energy, our emotions, learning to find joy in the ordinary things of our everyday lives and, why not, wrap them in a cinematic vibe for an extra taste of fun and playfulness.
In life, there are things that just happen and then there are the things that happen beyond an act of courage. If last month we touched ground with the idea of Foundations for our regular curated playlist - a theme that’s expressing our “Why”, our essence, our motivation -, the current edition goes about our “How” and what it takes to build the life that we want, achieve the things that we dream of, find our balance and our own sense of happiness. Here’s the story of the 6th LAUREL Monthly Soundlust - Courage.
With the new LAUREL Monthly Soundlust out now, I got inspired by the theme of Courage and the words kept free falling from my fingers. In this short piece, I’d like to mention a few of the things that I was reminded of when writing the story of the song list.