Does hiking in the Himalayas sound like a bucket-list-worthy adventure to you? Discover a mysterious, dreamy village called Kalap in my One of a Mind article.
Promised: the day you watch this one-of-a-kind documentary will reframe your mindset and recharge your soul in a very subtle yet powerful way.
166 rational pages of science that read like a blood-curling thriller? This exceptional book should be mandatory reading for all (future) parents. Or anyone who likes to keep their marbles.
The secret to youthful health and great balance of body and soul lies in the health of our spine, according to Vanda Scaravelli.
With reviews of most recent pageturners on beauty and cosmetics by Lisa Eldridge and Dita von Teese, the first 2016 instalment of Bookshelf Monthly returns from a year-long hiatus.
What’s new on the blog + a rant about age perception that surprisingly ends in a green beauty make-over.
Dear German-speaking Adventurers: select BEAUTYCALYPSE posts and brand new topics are now available ‘auf Deutsch‘ in the Hamburg-based yoga magazine Ginger.
Being the last Bookshelf Monthly edition of 2014, it also includes this year’s top 3 reading favourites (that you can conveniently transform into clever Christmas presents, too).
As we turn the calender pages to face a brand new month, what time is it on BEAUTYCALYPSE? – That’s right. Time to read a damn good book.
“Thought and beauty, like a hurricane or waves, should not know conventional, delimited forms.” – A. Chekhov, letters.