8 Museums to Visit from Home

Photo by Matteo Maretto on Unsplash Museums are these magical places that can transport you to a different era, or to the mind of an artist. And it can also teach you a lot about human history. During these weird times where we need to stay at home and practice social distance, most museums are close. But you

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What I Read in April

March and April have been weird months, spent mostly at home. Even though I had more time to read, it was hard to concentrate in March, so I didn’t manage to finish any book that month. But in April my headspace got much better. I read a total of six books, some of them I

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Books to Read While Social Isolating Part 2

One of the pros of being at home during this weird time we are living, is that we can do things like read more. A few weeks ago, I wrote a list with some book suggestions. The first part of this list was posted last week (check out here), and today I’m sharing the second

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For their Fall/Winter 2020 collection, Prada explores what it means to be feminine

Photos: Prada To this day, things considered ‘feminine’ are usually seen as frivolous and fragile while more traditionally ‘masculine’ subjects are considered strong and more intellectual. For their Fall/Winter 2020 collection, Prada made an exquisite job showing how these clichés of feminine can define strength. Miuccia Prada wanted to show how what is considered intrinsically

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What to Stream While Social Isolating part Two

Photo: Prime Video You know what would be a good idea? To spend this week at home and do things like bake a cake, have a solo dance party, or stream some tv shows. Just like in the part one of this list (check it out here), the series were divided in different categories. For

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Books to Read While Social Isolating

I don’t know about you, but I’m still in self-quarantine, which means way more time to do home-based things. Not everybody is in the mood or mental headspace to be productive and do a bunch of online courses. And spending so much time inside four walls can get quite boring (especially knowing you should stay

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