The world’s first user-designed eyewear The eyewear industry is not as it would appear. Nine out of ten frames you reach for will be from the same manufacturer: Luxottica Group. Their near-monopoly on the designer eyewear space means those Ray Bans or Dior sunnies you saved up to purchase cost almost
Recognizing Technology’s Potential For Destruction By Christopher Schrader | A month ago, I was on a 1950s refurbished diesel boat cruising in the Arctic Circle under the midnight sun. I was sharing a whiskey with Jonathan Nolan, creator of the hit HBO show Westworld. The series has a cult-like following, and
The Sweet Spot of Work-Life Balance In today’s fast-paced world, we never seem to be able to strike a perfect balance between work and life. In addition to being a mom to a 7-year-old boy, I also run a PR firm, take on emcee gigs, engage in illustration projects, and study
How access to nutrition information is changing the way we make decisions about our health By Walter Oh | We now live in a world where with a few taps on our phones, we can find out how we should dress for the day, how much a spontaneous trip to Europe
What goes up must come down. We’ve all heard that saying before, but no one says: What goes down must come up. But we all experience this as entrepreneurs, as business goes up one year and down another. The sales process is going well one day and not so well the
THREE WAYS TO INCORPORATE WELLNESS RITUALS INTO YOUR LIFE USING DIGITAL TOOLS By Jaslyn Koh | Most of us can identify with having a new year resolution that aligns with health and fitness, but life frequently gets in the way. We get busy with work, family, and social commitments. We travel.
CHANNEL YOUR INNER MIXOLOGIST AND IMPRESS GUESTS THIS YEAR AS YOU ENTERTAIN WITH ARTISANAL COCKTAILS AND MOCKTAILS Non-alcoholic | HIBISCALADE Ingredients Full lemon cut into small wedges 2 ½ tsp of Okinawa black sugar 1 Hibiscus and rosehip tea bag Soda water to serve Preparation Brew tea bag for 3 minutes Muddle lemon with