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Motherhood, Parenting

Raise empathic children in an egocentric society

What Is Empathy?

Empathy is the ability to understand someone else’s perspective, to feel the emotions they feel and to understand what their thoughts are in a particular situation.

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Self-Development

6 Reasons Why You Should Live Abroad For a While

Moving to a foreign country can sound like a thrilling adventure for some or a nightmare for others. The idea of leaving behind everything we have & know so we can adapt to a new culture, new rules is like stepping into a different world. This can be a little bit frightening no matter how adventurous one may be.

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Psychology

Red Personality

Red has many personal connotations and meanings than any other colour. The red draws admiration & curiosity, hence the use of this colour can instantly attract our attention to a certain element.

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Pregnancy

Baby On A Budget: 7 Things Your Newborn Doesn’t Need

Before the arrival of a baby, parents want to do the most they can to welcome their bundle of joy in a warm, loving & comfortable place, where nothing is missing. Since we live in times where we can purchase anything to ease our work, parents may be tempted to create a long shopping list. Although there are plenty of choices for all budgets and tastes, we must question every purchase: Is it essential? For how long will I use it? 

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Self-Development

Holiday Beauty Tips: Skincare Preparation Before Travelling

Sunny days, cool summer breeze, and sandy beaches! It is that time of the year when we are ready to leave the city and throw ourselves under the sweet & warm sun rays.

But while a little vacay has plenty of benefits for our mind & body, going to another country may also stress our skin, which is why a little extra care before travelling is necessary.

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Psychology

Famous May Psychologist: Sigmund Freud

Life of Sigmund Freud

Sigismund Schlomo Freud was born into a family of Jews on 6 May 1856, in the Austrian Empire. He had childhood difficulties due to the financial problems the family had to face. However, Freud showed his intelligence from an early age and the family did their utmost to give him a proper education. His mother was the one who was highly interested in investing in Freud’s education, something that he mentioned on the few occasions when he talked about his personal life.

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Psychology, Self-Development

Purple Personality

As previously discussed in the collection of Psychology of Colours, personality and our chromatic choices can reveal aspects of who we are and our current emotional state.

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Food for Thought

Books of The Month: May 2018

Our eating habits and diets determine our health, therefore it is important to keep an eye on what we eat according to the season and adapt the diet to the outside temperatures. That is because, in the summer, the physical or mental fatigue can be caused both by the physiological effort to accommodate to the hot season but also by the inadequate nutrition.

This is why Wabi-Sabi proposes 10 cooking books with delicious recipes for summer 2018, to keep you healthy and satisfy your culinary desires:

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Self-Development

Multitasking: The modern myth with serious psychological effects

In the age of technology, multitasking has become a habit for many of us. Few are the ones who focus on one task at work or at home. Sometimes it is difficult to avoid multitasking because of the lack of resources, time or our job’s nature requires to complete multiple tasks in a short period. We get calls after calls, we respond to emails, we eat while we watch TV, we check Facebook feeds while we work, and so on.

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Psychology

Yellow Personality

For centuries, people have been fascinated by the magic, meaning & power of colours. In the ancient times, the colours were attributed to certain divinities and had well-defined symbolic functions, being a bridge between the human and divine worlds.

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