It’s almost midnight. I’m covered in my favorite white cotton sheets, just a few yawns away from a…
The 14th LAUREL Monthly Soundlust - Wind - invites you to release all the pressure you've been feeling and the overthinking you've been doing, and be carried away for a moment or two, be one with the wind.
Discover “Roots”, the one-year anniversary edition of the LAUREL Monthly Soundlust, invoking the very essence of this journal’s inspiration - nature, through the life of trees.
How to slow down and connect with nature, without traveling too far from the city.
With the immensity of 2020 flipping its pages to the end, we look at how we managed to hold space for being, for living and for feeling during such a challenging period of our modern times.
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.
A life in balance, that’s aligned to the present and to an inner purpose, is a better, more astute expression of happiness, with everything that may involve.
A list of creative activities you can take on in your spare time, that can ignite your imagination and creativity, while also offering you a space for a more mindful living.
Every single person on this earth, no matter what social or economic or geographic background they come from, has the potential to become an active creative person, through their very own senses. Each one of us has the ability to feel this world in a unique way and that, I believe, is the very essence of creativity.