Mr. Bo’s Photography

Amazing bird eye photography by Australian Mr. Bo, inspired by the raw beauty of nature, the spirit of adventure and an insatiable drive to explore the horizons beyond ordinary. Seeking extraordinary captures has driven him to devise and explore extraordinary means to view the object from a unique angle. See more work and shop here, and…

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Few Things of Note #50

  So, I’ve reached my 50th list. a great milestone. yeeey ! Great link-pack ahead: A very important read – Kids who use smartphone start talking later. Don’t suffer in silence “When the Bough Breaks” is a MUST watch movie about postpartum. When choosing is impossible. Advice vs. Feedback. That one single word is a game changer.…

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Few Things of Note #49

Shalom, what’s you’ve been up to this week ?  aside from full power great initiatives I’ve been planing my upcoming Paris visit next week. How to eat healthyish in Paris ? Yes, you can. Raising a mindful kids. Great children book for adults as well. What Happened, Miss Simone? fascinating documentary about the raise and…

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4 Summer Cocktails to Try (DIY)

As much as i love wine, when it’s getting warmer outside, i am a great sucker for the cocktails. They are fresh, beautifully served and have that certain chic that goes very well with a summer outfit.. I’ve rounded-up few of the latest i stumbled upon while on the search for new one to try…

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Few Things of Note #48

Happy Weekend Everyone, few great links ahead Habits of influential people (Loving #2 – ‘They are graciously disruptive’) Parenting in digital age. Great read. Few things you need to know. (not really, but nice) Very powerful campaign for Pantone© featuring the refugee crisis by Erdem Omur. A great Israeli coockbook – Breaking Bread by the talented…

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Don’t decrease the goal. Increase the effort.

~ Unknown

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‘Women&Food’ Oil Paintings by Lee Price

American artist Lee Price, in a hyper-realistic oil painting series “Woman & Food” explores the very complex relationship woman had with food. In Price’s paintings, food serves as a symbol for the many distractions we create to keep ourselves from being conscious and present in our lives. When I’m having difficulties in my life food…

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Egg Collective’s Designing Women Exhibition in NYC

Egg Collective is a New York-based design company established in 2011 by three female. All of Egg Collective’s work is made in its own wood shop and in collaboration with a community of small-scale fabricators. Part of Egg Collective’s business ethos is focus on female empowerment, collaboration, and camaraderie and they wanted the opportunity to…

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Few Things of Note #47

Hi, So much has been happening this week, i didn’t find the time to post a single blogpost, recapping my favorite links for the weekend: Kids recreating the most iconic Met Gala looks … oh Rihannah !! (via) Most common social media rules . Lido swimsuits. because basic is so so beautiful. Shiki Shimi is now considered to be…

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Few Things of Note #46

Yey, it’s finally weekend, lot’s has been going on this week… Memorial Day, independent Day and 3 crazy days of AboutUs event (#LivingForLifestyle)… nevertheless, links: Summer scarf – 12 creative ways to tie it and stay chic. Do you have a Morning Detox routine ? “That One Day” – a fantastic short film by Miu…

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Femme Inspiration

“It is difficult to know what to do with so much happiness. With sadness there is something to rub against, a wound to attend with lotion and cloth. When the world falls in around you, you have pieces to pick up, something to hold in your hands, like ticket stubs or change. But happiness floats.…

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Few Things of Note #45

Hey There, Officially it’s still count as weekend… few links: 100 inspirational quotes to love life. AboutUs – Summer by Karina&Stoa Synchronized swimmers film – so amazing ! Mansur Gavriel bucket bag will probably remain my favorite Taste of Paris 2017, unfortunately i will miss it by few days… if you happen to be in Paris around May…

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